It has a long month away from doing anything creative. I lost my grandpa :( , my baby boy turned 3, went in for my first surgery, kids started soccer and gardening season has started :D Well after getting all of that sorted out and my gardens off and planted I was looking out at the Moai statue I did last year, I figured he needed someone to hang out with after the lights go out at night. So I whipped this guy up. Now off to the garden center while this guy dries. :D Hope you enjoy
Friday, May 18, 2012
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Its finally starting to green up around here. I have 1/2 of the greenhouse permanently planted the other half are in cold frames and almost ready to go to their outdoor location. I have radishes, spinach and lettuce that have popped through to say hello and my annuals are up and waving to the world. :D So now I have been on a search for interesting containers to put all these extra pretty ornamentals. HMMMM Have you actually checked out the prices of some of the big pots and outdoor decor. It is crazy! So off to Google I go for inspiration and this is what I came up with. This Moai planter is 3 ft tall and made of concrete, Styrofoam and reinforcing wire The inner pot can be removed for easy planting or changing out plants as the year goes by. I'm thinking of putting some big bushy purple verbena in for hair.
Happy Creating :D
Happy Creating :D
For a more detailed step by step and another crazy head planter idea visit here: http://tampster1.blogspot.ca/2012/05/new-concrete-planter-head-for-garden.html#.Ups31sRrZy0
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
This mini painting was inspired by a garden statue located at the Butchart gardens in Victoria, BC. This statue was recessed into a wall and surrounded by lush greenery and gorgeous flowers which is a beautiful contrast against each other.
2.75 * 2.75 in
acrylic on stretched canvas
initialed on front and signed/dated on back