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Silverware in the Garden

Posted by luvs2click 5 Ohio (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 11 at 14:41

A friend of mine makes these out of silverware and I have a few in my garden. I was surprised how, even in the blazing sun, the butterflies like to perch on the spoon butterfly! I believe I've posted the dragonfly before.


Here is a link that might be useful: Lots more garden shots at my flickr site

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RE: Silverware in the Garden

Your friend does nice work! I really like the dragon & butterfly! Sweet! TFS! Jeanne S.

RE: Silverware in the Garden

Oh my goodness....I love these!!! Especially the flower!! BEAUTIFUL! I'm going to have to get DH to "borrow" that.

RE: Silverware in the Garden

Arlene...Your sculptures are wonderful. Your garden shots are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.


RE: Silverware in the Garden

  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 27, 11 at 21:21

Very pretty!! I like the flower. We have some old silver now to find someone who welds. DH can't he has a pacemaker!!

RE: Silverware in the Garden

TFS all your wonderful pictures.
I too am totally intrigued by the handle flower. It was nice to see your gnome gardens again.

RE: Silverware in the Garden

I love the spoon butterfly & butterfly on spoon!!~.~ The dragonfly seems to have a lot of company! Did your friend make the ants too? I love all your garden stuff, & the handle flower is beautiful! TFS Jan

RE: Silverware in the Garden

What a great photo of the real butterfly on his new friend!
That is so neat. The flower is really pretty with such 'fancy' petals! I like all this stuff so much.

hugs, Karen

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