Garden Junk Totems

June 19th, 2009 in member junk     
cindyb82 cindyb82, member
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Here are my versions of the garden junk tower that Chovey & JunkerMidge shared. It all started when I wanted a unique Mother's Day for my garden-lovin' Mom. I've made these for my family and friends...once I got started, I couldnt stop creating!!! Thanks to all of you for postings and your inspiration!!! 


posted in: member junk, glass, outdoor spaces

Comments (12)

DesertRat writes: I've been using clear Hard As Nails for the glue, and large platters for the base. So far they have stayed upright through the summer monsoons. Love this medium! Posted: 3:26 pm on July 14th
kimmer55 writes: Love your stuff! We are looking for artists/vendors like you to sell at our annual Art is Alive show April 9 & 10 in Canton, OH. check us out at www.artisalive.com or feel free to contact me. Thanks! GREAT Great stuff you have! I love it!!! Posted: 3:29 pm on January 13th
fiestajill writes: Cindy, You have an eye for style. Great gifts.
Thanks for sharing. Jill Posted: 7:22 am on July 20th
cindyb82 writes: WOW!!! $40! I sold a couple of them at the Springfield (OH) Flea Market in May for $15. I try to keep my cost low (visioning my huge black lab toying with one-yikes!). Although the first one I made for my mom probably cost me $20 in materials. I'm located in NW Ohio. Posted: 8:57 am on June 26th
countyroadrebels writes: These are too too cute, are you from the OKC area?? I was just wondering because there is a girl that sells these at "The Rink" in OKC that my Aunt just paid like $40.00 for.... anyway, cute stuff. Posted: 4:52 pm on June 24th
junkermidge writes: That are absolutely beautiful! You did a great job.
Midge Posted: 10:03 pm on June 23rd
shabbychick writes: Great garden totems - a perfect way to brighten up a summertime garden!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 10:41 am on June 22nd
pmorse writes: Love 'e,m! My garden is always colorful in the spring, but when the summer heat hits--which it HAS--I'm always trying to find 'pretty' things to fill in the gaps. Posted: 5:36 pm on June 21st
cindyb82 writes: Glad you like them! I use a waterproof adhesive that can bond glass and ceramics. If can be found at your local hardware or a mass retailer that has a hardware section. Posted: 12:38 pm on June 21st
suewhitney writes: Just a note to Rubbishgirl. I would use Gorilla Super Glue or try their new ab fab epoxy product.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:42 am on June 21st
suewhitney writes: Hi Cindy,

These are absolutely stunning. Love, love,love! Great job on these works of art.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:39 am on June 21st
RubbishGirl writes: Those are great! What kind of glue do you use? I tried Loctight(sp) and it didn't hold. Posted: 10:38 am on June 20th
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