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thinking about landmarks...

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I have some grand plans for an embroidery pattern that features world (and a few U.S.) landmarks. (It's going to be super cool, and different from other landmark types of things.) But I'm having a hard time choosing which I want to use. I've narrowed the list down to 12, but they won't all fit and I need to narrow it down a bit more.

Until next Saturday, I have a poll in the left sidebar. (If you're reading in a feeder, you'll have to stop by the actual blog.) I'd really love to have your input, so choose up to 5 landmarks that you'd like to see in an embroidery pattern!

Oh, and if there are others that you don't see in the list, but want to suggest, please leave a comment with your ideas!

9 comments:

  1. A smiling Taj Majal would be SO cute, can't wait to see what people decide.

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  2. Oh I would love to see your statue of liberty!! Even if it doesn't make your final pattern, please please share! I want to see a cute smiling liberty!! xo

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  3. A California Mission?

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  4. Mount Rushmore would be pretty funny...

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  5. Easter Island! And there's really no way to pick... You could do several series featuring different continents! Think of how cool Australia could be! Then you could keep all the Americana too. ;)

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  6. Thank you for the excellent ideas! I do feel like there are so many, and it may need to be a series. We'll see.

    Oh, and I am so embarrassed. When I created the poll, I typed "Kremlin". But duh...I really mean St. Basil's Cathedral in St. Petersburg. They are right near each other, but of course, not the same. My smarty-pants sister pointed out my error....whoops!

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  7. The Duomo in Florence could be really cool.

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  8. What about Stonehenge or the Brandenburg Gate? I hope the Pyramids win, we're studying about ancient Egypt and that would be a great activity to go along with the lessons!

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  9. I tried voting but it never took my answers. I choose 5 and hit the vote button but I guess it doesn't like me. Vote fail.

    But I'd love to see the monuments of Rome, China, London, Paris, and Moscow you mentioned.

    Though, why are you leaving out those cute little Easter Island statues? They rock!

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