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Junk Flower Sculpture?

Posted by imjustsam 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 17, 12 at 15:18

I have been wanting to make something like this for a while now. I always see neet flowers madeon barnwood, but us city gals don't see barnwood too often. I had to finally gt rid of my old potting bench, it was beyond even a junkers repair ability. I salvaged a shelf to make ths project though.

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RE: Junk Flower Sculpture?

Love it!!!! Just what are the flowers made of? Looks like some type of wire basket. Love the bright pink color you chose.


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Sam, this is wonderful! Love all of the different things you used, but I'm with oldcrafty...what are the flowers made of??


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The flowers were a couple old gold wire baskets. Looked kind of like what some people used to use at Christmas time. I was thinking of maybe adding some chicken wire to them next spring to plant succulents in.


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Beautiful board, love that well weathered look that only time can give! The flowers are lovely & like the curly cues of the green leaves. Great job! Jan


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Looks Great! Good Job! I have it on my To Do List too...one of these days!!!


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Wonderful. The boards are perfect for the bright flowers. I like the pitchfork at the bottom too.
Kathy


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  • Posted by sorie6 5 colorado (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 18, 12 at 15:39

Greaat!!!!! I love the look and the flowers are pretty. tfs.


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So cute!!


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Really neat project. I like it. Each time I read a comment, I hade to scroll back up and see what I missed the first time I looked. I missed the pitch fork completely. Thank you for sharing.


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Looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!1


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