Monday, April 2, 2018

Garden Deco

Like them?
A friend of mine makes them.  It's her version of decluttering or 'cleaning out the cabinets'. She takes dishes, bowls, ceramics, candle holders, etc. that she no longer uses and converts them to yard ornaments.  Pretty cool, huh?

Happy second day of April.



44 comments:

  1. Beautiful artwork and such a wonderful way to declutter!

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  2. Wonderful, to be able to make such artwork is indeed a talent.

    Yvonne.

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  3. WOW! This is my idea of recycling! Most impressive.

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  4. Such fun - and they would make most excellent bird feeders too.

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  5. Wow, so clever! What a neat idea your friend had... ^_^

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    1. It is a neat idea, isn't it, Heather?

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  6. That's a lovely idea! Thanks for sharing, hugs, Valerie

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    1. It sure is, Val.
      My pleasure.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  7. I think it is always a joy to see things in unexpected places, the plates look wonderful in the garden! Clever lady :)
    Wren x

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  8. Isn't it cool to have such creative friends Super Sandra? These look absolutely lovely! Happy Monday and Hugs...RO

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    1. It sure is, Rockin Ro:)
      And a Happy Monday to you.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  9. That is a great way to reuse indeed and save space

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    1. She knows how to recycle doesn't she?

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  10. Smart idea and it does clean out the cupboards.

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    1. It is a smart idea. I don't think I would have thought of it.

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  11. I like that decluttering idea, she could even sell them!

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  12. Two years ago, when one of the girls in my book club got married, we held a wedding shower for her, and one of the other ladies made bird feeders out of cups and saucers for part favors. I was reminded of this when I saw your pictures.

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  13. this is a really neat idea !!!!!!! unique; and you can be sure the neighbors will all trying to be copying her now { they do around here any way ~~~~ ♥♥☺☺

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  14. I saw them making those funky flowers on HOme and Family -- instructions are online at hallmarkchannel.com -- I have to do it. These are GREAT!

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    1. Looking forward to your funky flowers.

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  15. Creative ideas! Would never have thought about working china and pottery into a garden! Lovely.

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  16. Lovely additions to any garden. Our church has a garden tour every summer. One of the "garden angels" made these to sell at the craft corner. Cleverly done.

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    1. I love garden tours. What fun.
      Good job to the garden angels.

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  17. Hey Sandra! That is a great idea! Makes me think! LOL! What a great way to recycle! Well done to your friend! Big Hugs!
    (Thanks for always checking up on me! You are a sweetheart!)

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    1. It is a great way to recycle isn't it, Stacy. Nothing goes to waste;)

      Right back at ya, my friend.

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  18. These are very well done and original. I love the first one which is a bird bath I am assuming and the next 2 would look great in a garden. Happy April!

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    1. I certainly enjoy them. That first one is my favorite too:)

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