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surely you're not thinking that she's going to scare them away... she's way too beautiful!! : ) xo
She seems to be doing the trick so far. I don't think she will scare them for long though. We did have fun making her :) x
I think they'd rather invite her to dance - she's lovely!Thanks for the birthday wishes, I did indeed have a lovely day.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
She's the most beautiful scarecrow I've seen!
We should have thought of that! We have some fake owls, but the critters aren't afraid of them!
but this is sooooooo great !!! the best i have seen !! how do you call this? scarycrows? wonderful . and the head of the "little girl" is even more lovely !
She is pretty cute....doubt they will be afraid for long. Glad to see you settling in to your new home Jasmine. Lovely countryside.
Completely agree with previous comments - she's far to pretty to be scary and much more likely to attract admirers!!!Hugs xxx
She might be scary at night... -J
I'm thrilled that you've settled in and are finding your new home such a delight!!Enjoy discovering all of the beauty around you this summer!
She is fabulous. If she doesn't work try hanging up some cds/dvds. The birds don't seem to like them very much when they shine in the sunLove and hugs Gina xxx
We had a scarecrow a couple years back, with a plastic pumpkin head. He scared few birds, but unfortunately scared our kids. Greatly. So we had to take him down.
Jasmine thats a lovely spinachkeeper you have there. Your spinach is going to have all the good vibes. XXXm
Hi Jasmine, First congrats on following your grandparents advice. Do let us know how the showing went. Secondly I am laughing at your scarcrow. I had one that I made in my garden. The elk came stood there looking at her and then proceeded to eat her straw hat and rip her clothes off. I do have very strange elk. LOL
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