Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Hi Jo, thanks for visiting. I hope all is well with you. Beatrix Potter is an absolute delight :)
I'm going to steal this wonderful Beatrix Potter and will credit you. I hope you're okay wth it. If not, just let me know. She's simply FABULOUS. :-)
I really really want a Beatrix Potter like yours! :) Of course, She is absolutely perfect in your beautiful yard.
*haha* Beatrix!! She's an original wonder!! Thanks for sharing her with us on your blog!Blessings~ AndreaXOXOXO
I have always wanted to make one of these...they are adorable. So cute!
Brilliant. DJan did indeed showcase Beatrix - and I am grateful.
Oh, this is simply wonderful. I love it!I once made a wind chime from tiny clay pots but this beats it all hollow as the saying goes.
haha...that is so clever!
What a neat Beatrix!
I love this!!lovetweedles
Beatrix is adorable! Hugs!
I love this. I actually made one of these but my grandson was so afraid of it that I dismantled it.
That's great, very clever...
Beatrix is cute. Looks like I feel at the end of the day in the garden.
Jo, Your pot person is so cute.I made one of these years ago. It's way smaller than yours. But I love it. He needs a new head now. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
I always enjoy seeing her taking tea in the yard under the tree. It is a neat sculpture. I like to see her.
OMG - she is adorable. Did you purchase her, or make her yourself? I wish I had a spot in my garden for her.
Jayne: We made her a couple of years ago.She's holding up well :)~Jo
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