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Garden junk or not garden junk

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 14, 11 at 18:03

Cast from a discarded plastic Halloween cauldron. So is that garden junk?
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This might be because it was cast from an old, plastic plant container and extra mud from the first picture.
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RE: Garden junk or not garden junk

Your pots are sooo beautiful!
I like to cast concrete too because it is fun, but my creations are play, your stuff is art!
Kathy


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Not GJ, robert! Garden ART! Beautiful creations!
Love 'em ....what gorgeous colors! TFS! Jeanne S.


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That's garden ART - not junk !!! I can't imagine the hours you spend on making up these fantastic things .


***** You must have a junk stash that
is beyond belief !!!***** LOL


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Transformed from a witches cauldron to a planter fit for a princess!! Love the colors, do you put a hole in bottom for drainage? They are beautiful art for the garden!! Jan


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A bit heavy looking for art (that could just be me) but certainly not junk. That finish on them is awesome! Is it baked on?

tj


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Great addition to your garden!


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Call it what ever you want.....I call it BEAUTIFUL


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Wow Robert...you do a fantastic job on your containers! Especially love the colors in the first one.


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As the old adage goes, it's all in the eyes of the beholder! Everything I've ever seen you post is great garden junk (art) & so unique! TFS! (again) Jeanne S.


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