Random Garden Decor

September 3rd, 2014 in member junk     
GypsyBarn Jasmin Marisett, contributor
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A little garden display. a spot to sit, or add pots for display.
mounted on a piece that came from a cows watering device.
A little chain running up the side to allow vines to attach and grow up
Thanks Mr. Watson! We sure do appreciate your crates!
This is ideal to be used for bulbs. The screen in the drawer allows soil to be brushed off and then fall into the tub below to be reused later. Hang herbs and tools off the ladder
A side display. An old old hibachi grill now full off burlap. soil and blue lobelia waiting to grow and overflow a stunning shade of blue.
A little garden display. a spot to sit, or add pots for display.

A little garden display. a spot to sit, or add pots for display.

The garden season! My favourite time of year! A chance to make so many random fun things for the garden! That means an opportunity to use up a lot of the bits and bobs that are cluttering the *free space* around here. ( do repurosers even have those words in their vocab? * Free space* I seriously just laughed at myself while I wrote that)
Thought I would share to stem a few ideas.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Garden decor
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, wood, cottage, plant holder, eclectic, funky, country, garden, whimsical, fun, outdoor spaces, porch, farm, shelf, sunroom, historical

Comments (3)

Mark Sindone writes: Very rustic and unique! Almost looks like a camping set and matching storage units for whatever activities you're going to be doing out in the garden! Where did you managed to source all the material from? I bet they make a nice centrepiece for your garden! Posted: 1:06 am on October 24th
gadgetsponge writes: Great creations! All the rust, old wood and bits work very well together. I wish some of my bits and bobs would work that well together. They are just sitting around with no love. Posted: 11:26 am on September 11th
MakinItHappen writes: Wow, thanks, Jasmin. I already see a couple things I'd like to copy here. You're so creative! Posted: 8:39 am on September 6th
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