� My 2nd TWIST to my Garden-Art �

August 11th, 2009 in member junk     
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I’m still working on my 1st TWIST.  I can't figure it out.  I'm determined to get it soon.


Here is my 2nd TWIST to my Garden-Art. 


No watering year round flower in pot for your home.


Last year during one of my Dumpster Dives I came across two pots with cement and a stick coming from it.  I thought hmmmmmmmmmmmm I can do something with these.


Well, I did! 


I poured cement into 6 more pots to create more of these lovely flowers.


Hope you enjoy it!


♥ Deidre


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, centerpiece, wood, glass, garden, fun, family room, outdoor spaces, white, kitchen, living room, porch, bedroom, entry, black, dining room, bathroom, study, office, sunroom, great room, silver-metallic, crystal, paint

Comments (14)

2gaudygals writes: Love them all. Posted: 9:21 am on July 31st
Junkyard_Ballerina writes: JMS is the *best* website! It's Christmas eve day, and I still have things on my to-do list...but can't stop taking little peeks! These flowers are just wonderful. You've inspired me to make some for my neighbor for Easter. She doesn't know that I know who places a gorgeous Easter basket on my porch. This year I'll be placing some *dazzling* flowers on hers! Thanks for sharing. Really pretty! Posted: 4:43 pm on December 24th
DigginDeep writes: These are fabulous! I have to know how you did it? I've been looking for something add to my garden to give it whimsy in the summer and color in the winter. Posted: 10:15 am on September 9th
JunkMama1 writes: Deidre - you know I think you are an amazing junker and I love how your flowers sold that "hot potatoes" at our last show!! Posted: 3:29 pm on August 21st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Pretty. Pretty. Love the low maintenance! ;)
Candy Posted: 1:22 pm on August 17th
suewhitney writes: Great twist! Love these.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 11:54 am on August 17th
Grasshopper22 writes: Love them...you can never have enough flowers in the garden
and they require no watering :) Posted: 8:36 am on August 15th
RustyDiva writes: Love the black and white and the little pots. Great idea. Posted: 5:57 pm on August 12th
cindyb82 writes: Very sharp...love the idea!! Cindy ;) Posted: 5:02 pm on August 12th
CottageElements writes: Very cute. Love the black and white colors!

Lani Posted: 11:52 pm on August 11th
byabpryor writes: very cool and very doable..... hmmmm I've got a twist.... Posted: 10:54 pm on August 11th
smiller0529 writes: I love it! Posted: 8:57 pm on August 11th
junktiqueboutique writes: hhhmmmm, I don't know which is prettier, your junk flowers or your real ones. They are both beautiful. Posted: 8:17 pm on August 11th
LuAnn writes: Lovely flowers. Never having to water again-what a novel idea. Good job.

LuAnn Posted: 7:54 pm on August 11th
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