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Finished - finally

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 25, 11 at 20:36

This is it. My bench is cleared. Why is this garden junk? Well the old brake drum and the three feet from a wood stove of course. Ha, ha, ha.
Now I need a nice low maintenance evergreen plant.

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I love love love it!!!!!!!


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That will great with a green plant spilling out of it!

hugs, Karen


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Beautiful! Yes, a green plant...what can it be for your climate? I was thinking of that annual "Asparagus Fern." Like the multiple colors in the finish! Great recycling! Jeanne S.


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I was thinking of Asparagus Fern also but it isn't an annual, at least not in warm climates, mine has been in ground 23 years at least! At least in that great pot won't grown too out- of -control! The colors are great! Like those feet! Jan


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We want to know how you made this fab piece.

Rosie, Sugar Hill, GA


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Wow!
Kathy


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That is absolutely beautiful! I love it. Your brake drum and stove feet really set it off.

Marylee


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this is VERY COOL. i agree w the others, we need some directions! :)


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