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More Garden totems

Posted by puggranny Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 26, 11 at 0:30

Been busy with some new yard items

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57770544@N04/tags/totems/


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Very nice! I love the 1 decorated with shells, the lighthouse 1 & the orange glass /green 1. Lots of great creative use of glass in them. Jan


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I love your little birdy rain gauge totem and lady totems. I like your use of more unusual toppings like the mirror. Your bowling balls are gorgeous too. TFS and keep those projects coming!


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Wow fantastic!
I too love the most recent one that is green and orange. tho it appears to be gravity defying. Will it sit on a pole? The lady with the yellow bead hair is my second fave. Some of them appear to have painted pieces? Am I correct? Oh, and very creative use of shells and mirror.
Kathy


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getting creative! NIce! I love the green one-


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The orange and green on will sit up on a piece of rebar the bottom piece has a whole in it to (was a candle holder) I did paint a marble for th lips of garden ladies. I just keep getting class and making stuff Going to have a yard full fo stuff come summer!!!


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Those are really cool, I like how you think outside the box when putting your totems together. You come up with some really super combinations, they have a real folk art feeling to them.
Frou


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You have some really creative pieces there! Love the speckled bowl/dish on the one and the fish vase too.


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