because art is a daily practice
Love the garden art! I hung flags around my garden this morning as well. Mine are to deter the deer though...plus they are cute. :)
So creative and cute! Don't you just LOVE garden art!xoxKaren
love your style .. best looking garden I am sure!! would really love some of the rain~
Stumbled onto your blog via Elizabeth Aquino. What a perfect find! I am away from my home and garden due to family obligations. I miss it, and look forward to some version of garden art when I get back...
I love your garden art! I used to collect olive oil cans and display them all around my kitchen above the cabinets. There was a can of Popeye spinach up there too, because whoever heard of olive oil without Popeye? If only I had been clever like you and made some garden art of those cans instead of pitching them when we remodeled? You're such an inspiration!
Very cool recycling! Love the medallions!
LOVE your art. I made flags like that but only one layer for grand kids and a friend for July 4th.Excited to see the bottle tops as am planning to use some on the quilt I just started. Did you just punch a nail in to make the hole?
You really are amazing. I just ooh and ahh over this stuff.
Very cool! Your medallions are fabulous! In Jordan, you see lots of folks using those olive oil tins as planters on their porches and balconies. Makes for a very colorful garden display. Have a wonderful weekend. Tammy
You are amazing ! These look so good and so much FUN ! Love the pie tin and bottle caps and banners...can't wait to seem them again after the elements have had their turn to play with them.xx
How cool! Love these pieces!
These are wonderful. They give such a party vibe. Way to recycle!
what clever and original garden art you have created! It must be a pleasure to sit out there. And it is fun you collected the beer caps all in one go at the Taco place. LOL. Maybe you can make the Taco shop something to hang. soon, their customers will be wanting them. You will have back orders and have to hire helpers. .....
I'm on a kick to save cans, too. I am in awe of your green olive can. That picture on the can is priceless. I wish I knew how you made those pie tin medallions. I actually bought a pie the other day in hopes of making something, but it turned out too bad to even show. Yours is lovely.
The metal work is spectacular Kimmie, so shiny and fun! You have some brilliant suns in the yard. xox Corrine
if only we embraced aging with such affection...."beautifully rusted".and your garden art??you never fail to delight!
the medallions are terrific! i can't decide which i like more: bottle caps for sure, but the olive can is perfect too!and you are right, the rust will only make them more appealing.some day, you must show us a step by step on how to make the pie tins into those gorgeous sunbursts.thanks for the inspiration.
kmmie this is absolutely adorable!!!! me encanta!!!muchisimos besos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(((Ouch!!! Jaw just hit floor!))Seriously, this piece is AWEsome, Kimmie!!! I'd die and go to heaven if I saw this hanging outside of my kitchen window!!! It's fabulous -- and I love that banner too! Hugs, Terri xoxo
I have fallen behind in blogland...blaming in on the heat :)what wonders you create using bits of this and that...I can imagine the happy sound of you tipping the bottle caps into a bag and taking them home to play!LOVE what you've created...but then I always enjoy what you make dear Kimmie!...your sunflowers are so happy and more!oxo
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