Spring Garden Art

 

Spring has sprung enough in the Seattle area for me to start displaying my garden art that isn’t frost-proof.  It’s always a big thrill to see these favorites I’ve created over the years add a little salvage garden style to our outside areas.  Especially this year -making their debut in the new garden!

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4 Responses to “Spring Garden Art”

  1. Julie Says:

    Love this! A great tribute to Earth Day – reuse and beautify, starting in our own front yards.

  2. Beth Evans-Ramos Says:

    It’s a happy coincidence that the garden art’s debut also celebrated Earth Day. Besides plants, using found objects and handmade art is the best way to adorn our yards.

  3. Kirsten Says:

    what did you use for your ball in the center? Its beautiful!

    • Beth Evans-Ramos Says:

      Hi Kirsten,

      I used a glass gazing ball that had lost its color. Not a very practical choice. Although it has survived for many years. I bring it inside before it starts to freeze. A bowling ball would have been a much more logical choice. Thanks for your kind comment.

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