She definitely looks like she has attitude! But my dear, your creation is fantastic...
How serene that dear deer looks! She thinks you plant your landscaping just for her and her pals.Best,Susan
She does look so innocent! But, oh deer, I know what a rascal they be. Praying my tulip bulbs stay safe til Spring!xo Elizabeth
Cathy- Such innocent eyes on that deer! (Such DEEP snow, too!)Very, very clever!Loretta
We've finally gotten rid of the deer ones with two dogs in the house - the garden has never looked so good! Is she not afraid of your pooch?xxoo
LOL! The deer run wild here as well..thankfully we are all fenced in, or we would have no landscaping at all!
We have deer. I just wish they would stay away! I can't grow a thing except their bellies!! Unlike Zhush, I need to be fenced in. I love the Deer John or John Deer. So witty! XO
Oh deer they can be such a menace! Good luck! xx
This crew has zero fear of The Hound and they know exactly where the invisible fence line runs. The deer netting fence didn't go up this year but we have sprayed that really nasty smelling deer repellant spray - maybe that's why no one has been to our front door...The neighbor had to install a TEN foot fence around their vegetable garden to keep the herd out!
I hope you are having a wonderful week so far!Xo,E&J
Awesome photo, and another awesome project! I like to think of it as Deer John. ;)Visiting from the Graphics Fairy.
We have deer in our yard as well. I never would have thought of making something like this. Fun!
Pretty to look at but you're right - so destructive in the yard. Luckily our big dog keeps them mostly at bay!! Like them just fine on your charming napkin!!
That is hysterical. She must run with the same group of bunnies that are eating my landscape to the ground. We have traps set up. My back yard looks like a big salad just trying to lure them in before they do anymore damage.
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