I have had Art Noveau in my collection for a while and have gone through the booklet a thousand times with all good intentions of playing with it, but get so distracted, so when I saw that the garden would be our challenge I vowed I would use the Art Noveau cart. I cut and played and all of a sudden I saw "Four O'clocks", I am not sure if that is what they were meant to be but they sure showed themselves to me as that and I went to work. If you are not familiar with Four O'clocks, they are indigenous to South America and are rather magic in that they can have multiple colors on the vine, they can grow splotches of different colors in a flower and as they mature they can change colors. They are drought tolerent and like a silty soil. They rally around Four O'clock in the afternoon and as evening approaches they emit a magnificent scent. So the Tim Holtz "Clock" Texture Fade folder was perfect to incorporate (Sat. I posted the large clock, this is the smaller one) and behind it I wrote out one of my all time fav, Bible quotes from Ecclesiastes 3.... "to everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven." The little bee is also cut from Art Noveau. The flowers and leaves took forever to color in with the Copics, a chore I dearly love, but as I drew short on time I began to panic this would not be finished, so I pulled one of those "what ifs from my brain" and tried something new, when I cut out the dies I removed the flowers and I colored just the basics into 3 of the flowers and then replaced the flowers back into their slots on the mat and scanned them in, then I printed that out and took it to Imagine to cut, (below is a pic of the scanned project).