There’s this great little country coffee house not too far from where we live.

I love it because it has delicious coffee.

My kids love it because they can run around and play; there are picnic tables, a Bocce Ball court, rocks to climb on, and a little path that winds around through beautiful plants and flowers.

A couple weeks ago, my daughter decided to make a replica of the place:

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(In case you can’t tell, that’s an upside-down mannequin in the pond, with red stockings on. And that’s the Bocce Ball court and the truck with eyes.)
I was impressed.
It almost look like the real thing…

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(There’s the mannequin in the pond, except they changed her outfit recently. Now she’s wearing slippers!)

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(There’s the truck, and it really does have eyes on it.)

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(And there’s Bocce Ball court.)
The coolest thing was, when we brought my daughter’s replica to the coffee shop (she wanted to give it them), the owner asked her to sign and date it then gave us all lunch on the house.
And then she proudly displayed it on the top of her counter for everyone to see.  :)
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33 Comments on It almost looked like the real thing

  1. She is very creative that one! How absolutely sweet that the owners proudly displayed her art work and gave you some free eats on top of that. Do you think she could make me a replica of Nordstrom??

  2. That is so cool! Your daughter is really clever, and how sweet of the owner too. I wish I lived close enough to check out the Flower House too.

  3. Well how FUN is that?! Very clever daughter you have there…and sweet since she wanted to give it to the owner! Looks like a great place to enjoy…would love to see it some day!

  4. As I was reading this I was thinking, 1) this would make a great school project and 2) the owner of the coffee shop would love it and might even give you a cup of coffee. Your daughter did a great job.I love unique coffee houses. They have character. Used to drink at one in Cody. After 10 years away, one thing I miss the most is that place.

  5. The replica your daughter created is just fabulous, she is indeed very creative and if I were the coffee shop owner I would display her art work with pride.Stopping by from VKT after reading about you there

  6. She did a wonderful job. Her attention to detail is notable.And I love how the owner responded! I bet her response made your daughter feel so special and talented. We need more people in the world like that!stephanie@metropolitanmama.net

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