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Metal garden art

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DIY Copper Garden Art from Copper Tubing

I love the look of copper in the garden-so much so that I have made a few different pieces for my garden and also a rain chain. I like to use copper tubing because it is flexible and I can manipulate it any way that I want. The added bonus is that it is beautiful and elegant. I created this recently from a roll of copper tubing, some concrete and an old nursery pot: DIY copper garden art Here is another piece I made last year: DIY copper garden art Here is a picture of the first one I…

Tin Can Flowers - Think Crafts by CreateForLess

My mother has to be one of the hardest people to shop for. So with mother’s day fast approaching, I thought it would be nice for the kids and I to make her something special. She has always LOVED bird watching and has a ton of bird houses and feeders around her yard. That is why I thought she would love these tin can flowers. I think they are so pretty and will brighten up the yard just as a decoration. They also work great as a bird feeder, we have had them in our yard for about a week and…

Antiqued Metal Angel Garden Statue – GearPings

Beautify your garden with a touch of Angel For a number of variants applies: we will soon stop the sales in order to produce new stock. Order today to get your Angel guaranteed. The sparkle of light, the whisper of wings the fleeting touch that an angel can bring. Get this Gorgeous Antiqued Metal Angel Trellis statue. This Angel is a charming addition for any flower garden, landscape, lawn, patio, porch, yard and even a nice decoration in for your house. It's a great gift that you can…

The Outlaw Gardener: Sorticulture Part Two: The Adventure Continues.

If you've been reading my posts about Sorticulture, you know that I had a blast at this event, my only regret being that I only had 5 hours to take it all in. Instead of doing one post with a lot of pictures, I'm spreading them out a bit. We've all seen wind chimes made with flatware but the clever combination of glass vessels and silverware by Glassafras Creations was a first for me. Beth Wright Designs came up with these cool wire work baskets planted up with succulents and adorned with…