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I'm so pleased Kirsten :) I'm glad that you like this kal, I myself think it is elegant....LOL
Thank you so much :)


Gosh I love those timber textures!! I really love this one! Thanks so much, Barb! (❛ᴗ❛)


Thank you Janet, glad that you like this kal, I like it too :)
You are talking about the heat that drove you back in and here, for me, the cold drove me ironic....LOL When the temps are mild, I love to be out with my plants, taking care of them, grooming them, but it is too cold for me and there is no pleasure to stay outside.... :( The warm up is coming though for the few days and then back to cold and rain :(


How pretty Barb, this is very different. I love the aqua behind it too. I've been out in the garden weeding but the heat drove me in. I am so enjoying doing some gardening.
Thanks and hugs my friend ♥


Thank you Buenavida, glad you like the kal....and nice to meet you :)


It pleases me that you like this kal Gail :) It is kind of unconventional but then so was the original....LOL Thank you so much for the comment :)

Unique. Very nice! Thanks!


Very interesting. To me the browns look like straw weaving against snow. Love the shaded background, too. Thank you, Barb:)


Yours is a great interpretation Suzy, and I know that you love snow and cold.
For me, I would think of white sands of a great beach and some driftwood lying around....LOL


This is gorgeous. I love the browns against the white (with the aqua background). The browns remind me of branches, twigs, vines and plants in the winter, and the white is the snow surrounding them as they poke up from the ground.


I like it too Ardy, especially the very thin lines. Thank you for the comment :)


Very interesting design in this one. Thanks, Barb.

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