This isn't garden junk but it might be inspiring during cold winter months when you can't get outside to play.
Prepare to be amazed....
Here is a link that might be useful: Edinburgh library finds
Wowzer! Those are incredible! I would be insane if I tried to do one of those...cutting all those little details. TFS!
AWESOME! & love that it's a mystery (for libraries!) TFS! Jeanne S.
but please try again to post on the conversations
Incredible art pieces. Thanks for sharing.
I want to try to make the feathers.
Thank you for the lovely site. If you had posted on "conversations" I would never have seen it!
Incredible! Such talent!! Thanks for showing us. Might give someone an idea to make something out of metal for the yard. Love the gramophone on the book!! Jan
I wanted to post this on the convo side but once again I couldn't log in. Even when I can log in over here I not logged in over there. I'm tired of sending messages to the GW site people, it doesn't seem to do any good.
nmgirl....I don't care where you post it! Thank you for taking the time to give us the opprtunity to enjoy it! Have a great HOliday Season! And "thank you" again!
nmgirl, what wonders. I immediately sent the link to friends who will also love it.
So glad it was here, on the forum, not obscured in a section I never visit. I'd suggest that y'all suggest to one another jumping to that other side if you wish, but please don't deprive us of fascinating goodies.
Everytime a craft or other is posted here it actually deprives someone of a garden junk item by knocking something off the last page.
There are craft and decoration sites on Gardenweb, that you might want to go to.