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I started this blog to get to know other gardeners and track my own garden's progrss. It is a wonderful way to honor the stewardship I have over my plot of ground I have been blessed with. Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

LInks to Posts with Great Yard Art

Can you tell it is snowing - atually bllizzarding at my house - instead of digging in the dirt I am looking at others gardens!

This post will be added to as I find other links - it is a great way for me to keep track of projects I would like to do!



Look at this fun plant in a frame! Lots of fun ideas on this post
What an adorable mailbox! _ there is a tutorial at this link - Jan has done a great job on this. Christy did these next two projects


Beaded Plant Hanger Beaded Plant Decor Beautiful Frosted Mason Jar Candle Holders for the Patio - I love these!

11 comments:

mario said...
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Lisa said...

Hi Paula

Thanks for dropping by and leaving your lovely comment. Thanks for featuring the mason jars! They look lovely in the midst of all those great gardening pictures.

I have some backyard work to do this summer and I've found some great ideas on your site.

Thanks!

Jan @ bobbypins boardwalk said...

You are so sweet for highlighting my lowly mailbox. It looks good now, but it took a while for me to figure out what on earth to do with it, and now look at it -- getting all this love... I think the white areas of the mailbox are now pink from blushing! Thank you for the feature! I hope you have room for another follower, and I invite you to do the same. I love your blog. I'm geting new ideas already!

Embellished Bayou said...

Thanks so much for highlighting my beaded plant decor! I appreciate your visit and sweet comments.

Stephanie Lynn said...

Thanks so much for linking the plant hangers/bird feeders! I greatly appreciate it! I love this time of year! - So many inspiring projects! Thanks again - hope you are enjoying your weekend! ~ Stephanie Lynn

Ott, A. said...

Those are some cute ideas, and the before and after pictures of the chairs are impressive. Where did you find mason jars with roosters on them? Thanks!

linda may said...

G'Day Paula, I have just had a read back through your last few posts. I love that you share so much in here. There are some great ideas for planting and decforating.
I saw that you have a grandmother's garden. Just thought I would say when my kids were little I had an idea that they should be able to go outside and pick things to eat straight off the plants. They would eat my capsicums and apricots,nectarines lily pillies, beans and baby tomatoes straight off the plant.They are in their 20's now, but not a gardener in sight amongst them. Oh well, I tried. Hahaha.

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Oh, my, hope your weather clears soon! What great ideas; I'm partial to the frosted mason jars, how cute! I think I'd even use them in the house!

Lindsey @ Better After said...

Hi Paula! Thanks so much for the mention! Looks like I'm in great company! :)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

All of these projects are great, but that red and white chair is just fantastic! Snow in May... yuck! Hope it warms up soon for you!

Betty said...

Boy, Andrea did a great job on that chair. I love it! It must really add soem pazas to her back yard. Thanks for sharing.

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