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Wednesday, February 28, 2018


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Another great idea! The shadow box looks great and must bring back a lot of memories each time you pass the collection.

Loree / danger garden

Nicely done, and it's good to know I'm not alone in my appreciation of seed packets and inability to actually plant the seeds.

Barbara H.

Ditto to what Peter and Loree said! I've got some shadow boxes that are not being used, along with quite a few frames, so you might have started me on the path to another unfinished project. Or, maybe I'll actually get this one done - there's always hope!

Linda Brazill

It does help that it is too early to garden outdoors!

Lisa at Greenbow

A good indoor project. It fits nicely by your bookcase full of garden books. So well done. I have some old seed packets but the poor things are so beat up I wouldn't display them. They are more ready for the trash. I don't know why I don't toss them, let alone plant them. Now that would be novel.

Beth @ PlantPostings

What a great idea, and a nice conversation piece, too.

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