Garden graphic with recycled tools
Have you ‘saw’ this? Look how Katrina Lounsbury collected several old and vintage hand saws to make a design on her shed. Repetition works for the Rockettes and the idea is the same with any strong graphic element or shape such as these wedge shaped saws. When we ‘saw’ this project, we knew it was so special and unique…..we hope you think so, too!
Katrina has been collecting hand saws for a while and came up with a genius idea for displaying them on the blank wall of her garden shed. Looking out her window (below), you see that she had tools decorating the side of the shed already.
Katrina only spent $14, she says, on the saws so we know she got a great deal! The center where the saw tips meet is covered with the round bottom part of a small chicken feeder. Screws or nails can hold everything together.
Her garden angel also of recycled materials fills in more space for a stunning effect on her shed. Katrina planted red sage in her horse trough below, a deer resistant choice in her area.
Katrina says, “I am so pleased with how it turned out.”
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