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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

June Gilbank - Crocheted Cacti

Unlike my mom who has a green thumb, everything I grow dies on me! Yep, even the hardiest cactus!

I am seriously considering a crocheted succulent - it never needs watering, never dies, and is always in peak condition!

It makes the sweetest gift..

brightens up your window and ...

is most unusual!

These crocheted cacti are the creations of June Gilbank, a crochet pattern designer, craft book author, multi-crafter, animal lover, technical writer and web geek.

Visit PlanetJune for more info on those super adorable cactus patterns.

11 comments:

Ruth said...

Thank you for stopping by my website.Now following your blog.
Sorry to hear about your mum,hope she is feeling much better.

Regards
Ruth

America's Next Top Mommy said...

Hi there! Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. It's much appreciated! Will follow! Would love for you to do the same :)

Leah H. said...

That is a very good idea. No watering and any maintenance needed..

Visiting for Wordless Wednesday! Hope you can stop by:)

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Sonali said...

Veronica, these are awesome! I love your cacti!! You are very talented...

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alissa apel said...

Those are the best kind of plants. Such little up keep.

Taylor Joelle Designs said...

Wow. Those would take some talent!

Thanks for linking up for WW at Taylor Joelle Designs!

http://taylorjoelleblog.com

Mommyof2girlz/StephD said...

LOL, those are so cute and a perfect gift for someone who is green thumb challenged. Happy Friday sweetie :)

L. said...

These are so cute! And just like you, I have a total black thumb, so these would be perfect for me! :D

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Steadfast Ahoy! said...

Veronica, you are my kind of gardener. The plants I have live in spite of me, not because I help them at all. I should begin knitting myself some flowers. I could do that. :)
Rosemary

Kisa said...

Wow, those are absolutely beautiful!

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