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Today's Open House was so much fun! I love talking about and showing new stuff, and I think everyone loved the make n takes and how cute and quick they were. Here is another one from the Happenings Kit #133329. It comes with everything shown here, except the adhesive and stamp set and it makes 15 cards with envelopes for only $14.95 – what a deal!!!
I used the greeting from Peachy Keen. Don't you just love it?
So about a week ago I think it was, I looked in the potato bucket and saw this.
Since I started my diet I just eat sweet potatoes, and I thought wow look how pretty the leaves are, so I posted it on FaceBook (what did we do before FaceBook right?) and I asked do I plant it? I knew I didn't think you should eat it once it starts to grow limbs. Mostly everyone said to plant it and I didn't even need to use dirt, but just put it in water. So I did and look at it today.
I just have it in a little dish inside my old sifter, I need to find a bigger dish to put it in but I kinda like the sifter look and it sits on my kitchen window sill. The roots are winding around inside the little dish…do you think if they get too many I can just trim them? My sister said I had a green thumb, I chuckled a little bit…yah I can grow a potato…ha! You should see the stuff she grows…much more fancier and prettier than a potato.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.
Jacqui Lines says
I actually said you have a "Garden Green" thumb…to throw in the Stampin' Up! angle!!!! It loosk cool though. I always get sweet potatoe vines to put in my planters for the summer they spread really well have cool looking leaves and you can get red tinged ones too that actually look purple, but they look good too. Nice for hanging planters and to fill in spots.
TX JennyWren says
Hey Diana, Good start to growing your own sweet potatoes!! Now plant it into a large pot with soil and keep it by the sunny window and you will be harvesting your own sweet potatoes in about 3 months!!
Marlene Salvato says
I used to put 4 – 6 toothpicks stuck partially in around the middle and rest it on a jar so only the bottom was in the water – the top grew like crazy & it became a beautiful plant…luv u