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Brunnera tabletop

Posted by ans_garden (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 25, 09 at 22:27

I started this project 2 years ago & never finished it, but thought if I posted it here maybe that would 'encourage' me to finish it! It's a top for a little garage-sale table I picked up. The pattern is an enlarged photo of one of my favorite plants, Brunnera Macrophylla Jack Frost. And yes, it's like doing one of those 1000-piece puzzles (which I fortunately enjoy :)


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

Ooops. can never remember how to put in photos


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

Well girl your not alone. Took me forever to make it work...But I finallyt got it...Look forward to seeing those pics....Cathy


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RE: Brunnera tabletop - with pic

Dang I'm having a hard time. Think I've got it now.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://s90.photobucket.com/albums/k245/ans_garden/Mosaics/?action=view¤t=Brunneratable.jpg


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

I think it is fantastic. The colors are really nice. The plant looks like what I call a "caladium"? I like the idea of using a photo for a pattern and extending the leaf into the border makes it "out of the box". Keep going!


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

this is going to be gorgeous when finished. Would be nice if you get it finished so we can see it please.

Kathy


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

Looks really nice. The leave look like they are real, please show us again when it is finished!


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RE: Brunnera tabletop

Ditto all of the above.
Can't wait to see the finished photos!


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oooh I remermber this, its gonna be FABULOUS!


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