Creative garden creatures from re-purposed materials…
Every garden has living creatures if you’re lucky, and if you’re lucky you might also find one of these garden art creatures.
Garden Sculptures and assemblages you make or hunt for…
Repurposed Life says, “My repurposed butterfly made from antique ceiling tile! He is painted with Chalk Paint, Georgia Clay and Maine Harbor Blue. Love him among the flowers! Perfect companion for my dragonflies.”
Nancy K. Meyer says, “My latest garden art, beautiful butterflies fabricated by the welder uptown! I had the draft or idea for one, the other two were his invention —horseshoes from a local horseman.”
Everyone loves animals in the garden! Whether living or not, pet or pest, there is usually someplace to add a creature accent in your garden. I once had a small visitor who delighted in finding and naming all my little cement frogs, ceramic bunnies or stone kitties. I was surprised at how many creatures I had!
Denise Nestor tells us, “The dragonfly is my creation and the recycled iron fence garden is James’. We love making our yard an extension to our home and decorating it as well.”
Ann Elias’s Gem butterfly. “For this garden butterfly, Ann says, “I made my butterfly from dishes, a bottle and some gems. The wings are made out of plexiglass.” Ann used GE II Silicone to attach the gems.”
Becky Fosbrink says, “Flowers are in an old copper wringer washer and the dragonfly made by me was made with all different things I had that I upcycled to this.”