drought resistant flowers

August 10th, 2010 in member junk     
Deni0529 Deni0529, member
2 users recommend

more of my drought resistant flowers

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, , outdoor spaces

Comments (6)

wahoolb writes: My daugther & I love those. We made some for her butterfly garden & have received lots of compliments. I love I don't have to water them!!! Posted: 10:47 pm on August 12th
chippingcharm writes: Bright and fun...Laurel Posted: 7:44 am on August 12th
Deni0529 writes: I use epoxy on some things too, but these are all bolted on (if you notice,all the plates are either plastic or metal), and the silverware leaves are rivited on. When I drill plates, glass or anything breakable, I have a spray bottle of water, that I spray on to keep the bit cool,(and I use tile and glass bits) this helps alot, and just go SLOW, not too much pressure. Also I have found the diamond bits on my Dremel tool work great, especially for sanding glass holes, and enlarging them. Just like my MOM used to have a spray bottle of water handy when she ironed, I have one handy in my shop, how times have changed! Posted: 2:13 pm on August 11th
artteachergirl writes: I use epoxy on all my similar projects...holds through all kinds of weather. These are beautiful! Posted: 9:35 pm on August 10th
MakinItHappen writes: Ahaha, very cute. I, too, had trouble drilling porcelain, even though I bought the special bit and everything. Finally gave up and used epoxy for my projects. Posted: 3:37 pm on August 10th
2gaudygals writes: Great flowers. I bought a lot of plates at Good Will to do something like this, but we are having a lot of trouble drilling holes in them. Keep up your good work. Posted: 12:36 pm on August 10th
You must be logged in to post comments. Click here to login.