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A Spring Visit to Spring Hill Botanical Garden

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My last visit was in the summer and most of the blooms were different.   This is what is blooming in April in Florida! 





While there I had to stop and pick up a geocache!

An interesting Mother Child sculpture



 This was quite the strange flower! 

A bit further back so you can see how it grows.

It was a nice visit but I missed many areas due to time constraints.



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Pocket Letter Ready to Roll

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There was a request for a swap for a Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn Pocket letter and I was lucky enough to get the Autumn one!  I've been dying to do one for the fall, not that I'm tired of Easter Bunnies, Leprechauns and spring flowers!  I'm not!  I'm looking forward to receiving some beautiful springy PL's!  
But I just had a hankering to do a fall one.
I immediately stamped out some cute witches, pumpkins and owls.  I looked forward to diving into my Thanksgiving stuff I had acquired in anticipation.....but you never know where the journey will take you when you begin creating.  
What is Fall?  It's back to school, Thanksgiving, w itches and goblins and hunting season. It's colorful leaves and nuts and berries, rich browns, oranges and maroons.  It's apple season.  
Can you pick out the pockets that represent the various categories? 



I hope she likes it.  I really enjoyed putting it together!  I imagine it will get a few new touches before it go…

My Artistic Gene is Ambushing Me

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I am so into making pocket letters I can hardly think of anything else!   It's not that they are so awesome, actually many are received with a perfunctory thank you, but I am just enjoying the process of creating!  
I might like to keep the one's I've made but I love receiving them too much! 
I have a fat notebook now with about fifteen P.L.'s stuffed with goodies for me to use in creating more of them!  It is just so much fun to go out to the mailbox these days!  
This is one of my recent Pocket Letters that I sent out this week.  
The front of the Pocket Letter has a theme.  This one has a Frenchy Poodle theme. 

The back is stuffed with interesting items  that may or may not be part of the the theme. When the goodies are removed, a nice background compliments the front.   I keep the goodies intact and use them as needed and the background slowly appears on the ones that I have received.  

This week I did two Etegami postcards to match the theme Remember.....Clumsy i…