Saturday, May 7, 2016

Yard Art Designs

Ceramic plates glued together
White with blue dots & solid blue flower shape plate

Green & Clear glass upright Totem
Clear vase, clear dish, green vase, clear dish, crystal ball

Clear relish dish, two clear punch cups, two clear votives, two flat marbles,, two folks & one spoon.

Glass Owl, I used green glass paint on the votive candle holders for the eyes and then added flat marbles.  A used an old spoon for nose and two forks for the feet.

Thank you for coming by to visit my blog and a big thanks to you if you have the time to leave a comment and/or join as a follower. I want to say I really appreciate all the comments on my last post.  Please let me know you stopped by, so I can be sure and return the favor. 

As you can see I have been at the local thrift store again, really it is like a treasure hunt for me.  You never know what fun ideas you will find.  



Dap Auto Marine Sealant it is waterproof (purchased at Home Depot)

24 comments:

  1. These are fabulous, such a clever idea - I bet they brighten up your yard.
    Pauline
    x

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  2. These are brilliant very imaginative
    Carol x

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  3. Beautiful art designs!!!
    Hugsss, Gaby

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  4. Great recycling ideas! They're such fun creations. Debra x

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  5. Wow, what amazing creations. Such fun. Cara x

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  6. Oh WOW absolutely amazingly brilliant :-)

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  7. Totally amazing creations Diane, love them, Kate x

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  8. So fun, creative, and PRETTY!
    Lynn

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  9. I had to read your blog post twice...I thought you where very kindly showing us photos of pieces of art you admire etc then realised you made them! How clever and creative are you? Such wonderful ideas, so unique and loving them! x

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  10. Oh WOW, they are amazing!! Well done Diane.
    Hugs
    Gina xx

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  11. Gosh, how clever, these are fabulous.

    Kath x

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  12. Brilliant designs and love the owl. Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  13. Wonderful garden art pieces. They look absolutely stunning and what a great idea. Barbxx

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  14. Now these are just clever! I hear you about the treasure hunt, and we used to love to do just that. (our finds didn't turn out so splendidly as yours, however). I've seen fine china cups glued as you've done here, to make tiny drinking fountains for the birds, or leave seeds in the saucer. (not sure what the rain does to the seed though). #3 is especially creative with the way you've assembled the items to make the totem face! #1 has to be my fav though, because I used to collect old odd plates for wall arrangements! TFS & Hugs.

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  15. I always love seeing your glass creations! These are divine, Diane.

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  16. Just love these that you do and that Owl is just so cool and very creative of you, LOVE IT!

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  17. Fabulous creations out of glass pieces. Very clever Owl. I love how the glass art glistens in the garden sun. Embracing Creative Bliss...

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  18. Oh WOW Diane what some spectacular garden art you have created they are magnificent, well done
    hugs
    Lorraine x

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  19. So striking these are fabulous works of art hugs Carol ex

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  20. Oh, these are brilliant. And add a touch of whimsy to the garden.
    Amalia
    xo

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  21. These are so cute and creative! Amazing that you made these!

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  22. Love your adorable owl, finally got to see it, finished.......your flower glass art is beautiful as is the green and clear glass Totem....you've been busy girl!!! Cheers, Anne xox

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Diane

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