Ok, I've been lacking in the creative projects lately so here is some of natures beauty. Well, actually I give most of the credit to my sister Gail. I'm currently staying at here house for a few days and this is some of the beauty that abounds her yard.
Out the back door.
Wonderfully rusty display of art.
Love the ginormous snowball bush. They are a bit droopy from all the rain lately but beautiful.
Check out what my creative sister can do with a few bicycle wheels.
A closer view of the trellis o' wheels.
Seriously, how creative is my sister..... she can even make a compost area pretty.
Ah, she did like the faux chandelier that we made. She picked out a perfect spot to hang it up.
A close up of a garden totem that she made. Luckily she taught me how to make this last fall when I visited.
Gotta love creative uses for Mason jars.
A newly re-purposed wringer-washer made into a beverage holder.
Another not so little nook behind the garage.
A little place to sit if you are inclined.
Yep, that's right... .a typewriter along with inspiration.
A lovely fountain.
I love these pink and green plant in the old canning pot. Yes, me the somewhat reluctant gardener does not know the name of this plant. Luckily I don't think my master gardener sisters are too ashamed that I don't know much about gardening but do enjoy theirs.
This backyard has many hidden gems.
Is that a bird hiding behind the flowers?
This is just a few of the wonders of my sisters garden. I hope you enjoyed a peek in her garden. Thanks Gail for all your hard work!
Hopefully while I am visiting Wisconsin I'll get some great creative ideas to share. As you can see I'm in the company of a very creative person. I'm sure we will get some creative energy going.
Tomorrow we are taking a card making class with acetate. I have not been working on cards for a while but I'm sure I'll get lots of ideas at this class to get me in the paper crafting spirit.
I LOVE that wheel trellis! It's gorgeous! What a beautiful garden you sister has!ReplyDelete
I too love the trellis -- how did she link the wheels, exactly?ReplyDelete