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Porch and Sign

The studio now has a porch.  It's not a very big one, it was actually built in about 5 hours, not including shopping time.  The hardest part was busting up the concrete ramp that led into the front door (remember, this used to be a shed).  That took a lot of time and energy, I'm still feeling the pain.  Thankfully, my wonderful neighbor came over and with a few good hits with the sledgehammer and breaker bar finished the task when my muscles were done.  I'd probably still be chipping away at that thing.
Janet's parents sent me a sign for the studio for my birthday.  It has special meaning to me because it was made by hand by Janet's sister-in-law.  It's a pretty sign and I think it looks great with the stain color of the building.  I think I may need to move it up a little higher because the plant covers part of it.  What do you think?
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  1. Oh, that's really inviting, I must have missed the paint, I like that too, very nice, what a wonerful job you have done with your studio. I like the height of the sign, I'd put a smaller plant beside the door or a plant in a pot made by you or a grouping of different sized pots outside the door. Happy birthday whenever it was.

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  2. It's beautiful!!! I'm so impressed, Lori! When is the ribbon-cutting party? :-)

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  3. Thanks Linda and Martha,
    The ribbon cutting party/open studio will be Nov 18th through the 21. Please come by.

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  4. I am soooo jealous of that studio! Looks so cozy with a porch. It's just gotta have a little Christmas tree on it for the holidays!

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  5. Thanks Tracey,
    The tree on it is actually our Christmas tree from last year. I'll be putting lights on it for the sale and the holidays.

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  6. Don't move the sign, prune the plant.

    Love your studio. Will you be teaching classes?

    Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

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  7. Tara,
    You're the expert on plants, I'll prune.
    I teach at Mudfire in Decatur, it's a better venue for students than my little studio.

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