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October 24, 2011


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oh awesome cynthia! what a wonderful concept for so many things for gift giving AND inexpensive for mailing. you know i'll be headed thriftying tomorrow. seriously, this is excellent for my snail mail swaps this season...THANK YOU MUCHLY!!!!!! :)


Great idea!! Thank you for sharing!

Gail Ellspermann

Love the project! Wow, a thrift store within walking distance of home...that sounds dangerous...


Wow, Cynthia, there is no limit for your creativity. Awesome!


Oh my I am in LOVE with these! What a fabulous idea!! Thanks for the inspiration. So happy to have found you today.


This is wonderful! Can't wait to try it:)

Valerie Elson

Thank you, Two Women and a Hoe, for recommending Cynthia on your facebook wall. She is indeed an inspiration!

Jan @TWOwomenANDaHOE

We love this, Cynthia! We hope our post on FB generated great traffic to your site!

May all your gardens grow,

carol sims

this is such a good thing. love all of what u do. thanks for all information. the plants, and blackboard are great for the kids.


can someone send me the how tos for the painted tires stacked flowers inside them


wonderful and great idea..!!! Thanks so much.

random Cindy

You can actually dispense with the plastic bag if your felt is thick. Wool can hold several times it's weight in water and then release it slowly as your plants need it. Wool makes a great liner for coco fiber hanging baskets too.

Awesome idea

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