Through the garden gate

February 1st, 2009 in member junk     
Faeryhollow Faeryhollow, member
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This HEAVY wrought iron gate was a $5.00 thrift store find several years ago, and I finally got around to painting and installing it last summer. The arbor is trimmed with thrift store treasures also, some wood and some resin.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, garden, arbor, gate

Comments (8)

MelHow writes: Five!! That is an incredible price!! Lucky you!! Posted: 11:25 pm on February 1st
eliz2nd writes: love it! how lucky you are to find such a beautiful gate at an amazing price I bet your garden is charming Posted: 8:33 pm on February 1st
CottageElements writes: You have a beautiful garden! The garden gate is wonderful and $5 to boot! Love those kinds of finds. Thanks for sharing and welcome to JMS!

Lani Posted: 7:20 pm on February 1st
Faeryhollow writes: Thanks so much for the warm welcome to this great site. I love looking around as well as sharing the fun projects that I've done. This pic is from last summer. Although we're in the South, it's not THAT warm! I won't have flowers for a month or two, except for the hellebores. Posted: 6:25 pm on February 1st
rebeljunker writes: Hi Faeryhollow
Welcome to the site! I love your all your ideas! I just LOVE your garden gate!!! Are these recent pictures? I can't imagine, flowers blooming at this time, but then I've from southern Manitoba(still deep in Winter). Di Posted: 5:29 pm on February 1st
grannijo writes: Great the thrift stores..have found many treasures of our locals is call"Trash to Treasure". Posted: 4:09 pm on February 1st
georgiamoon writes: This turned into a real show stopper! What great treasures you found. It looks fantastic, Georgia Posted: 2:23 pm on February 1st
irishrovr writes: Don't you just find the best stuff at thrift stores? Nice job!

Eileen Posted: 1:29 pm on February 1st
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