Nothing brings a bit of character to a garden like a well paced garden sign... and nothing is more appreciated by the gardener then one that is personalized. Something that truly sets their little piece of heaven apart from all the rest.
Flowers attract all sorts of wonderful friends, not just the 2 legged ones from down the block. There are the amazing birds and colorful insects like the hovering hummingbird and the beautiful butterflies that love to hang around.
We have designed a few neat features into this project that will make it even easier to use and re-use. These features include:
- The butterfly, hummingbird and daffodil, have been modeled to add interesting dimension to your layout. Wings and petals raise up from the background so they can overlap borders and other models.
- Tile and ribbon that accepts V-Carving or even the addition of raised text.
- The tile has a flat bottomed dished center so it will accept almost any model and will also let you get the most "Z" depth out of the added model.
With this project you can jazz up just about any type of flower garden even if your green thumb is a little faded.
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The Mother's Garden No.2 project contains the following models and project sheet.
To get you started on your next weekend project we have included this assembled layout.
Food for thought.
Ideas for other combinations of this project.
In case you need...
The vector outlines for all of the models in this project you can download them from this link:
In case you wanted to know...
Font used in the renderings is called -
- Monotype Corsiva
Font used in the Project Sheet for this project is called -
- Monotype Corsiva
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This project was created for all of the people out there that don't have a green thumb and planting a garden sign is the best you can do.