When we built our home 18 years ago there were many left over drops of cement. This one I grabbed because it looked so much like a mushroom. Now that it has aged it blends into the landscape well.
It looks great!
Wow it really does look like a mushroom, I love the moss on the top of it.Jen
love the moss
When seeing the pic, I thought you had bought this at a store! Great mushroom...
Oh thats SO COOL! I want one
It does look like a mushroom! How did you get the moss to grow on it? It is great for a garden!Talented you!! :)
Wow, that's a heck of a lot better than the cement scraps that were left in my yard. I love it! Ours were so odd looking that I was only able to use them to fill the bottom of my raised bed. I love finding creative uses for materials that we already have.
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oops. I meant to say, that mushroon is so cool! I don't think you could buy anythig as cool as that
I love it! You could make those and sell them!Brenda
Cindee, I love your mushroom! I wonder if it would be easy to make more! Gail
Hi Tina,Thanks! Hi Muddy Boot Dreams,Thanks for stopping by and commenting!!!Hi Aunt Debbie,The moss is nice.(-: It did that all by itself(-:Hi Skeeter,Thanks! I always thought it was a fun piece of construction waste(-:Hi CatHerder,Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!!!!Hi Meadowview Thymes,That moss grew all by itself on the mushroom! Cool huh!!Hi Cinj,Yeah most of the stuff left over was junk that was not useable really. But a few things were like the mushroom(-:Hi My Little Family,Thanks! I haven't seen anything like it before thats for sure...lol (-:Hi Brenda,I wouldn't know how to make one. It looks like the cement was poured into a hole in the ground then the top part was what oozed out on top. But it wasn't in the ground when I saw it. But that might work to make one.Hi Gail,I have no idea. I don't think it would be that hard to do if you had the cement and the ground to pour it in/on. That thing is heavy though. You would have to be pretty strong to lift it up after it was done. I guess you could do a smaller size one though and it wouldn't be to heavy. I bet that one there weighs 50 pounds.(-: I have seen the little mushrooms that people poke into planters those would be cute too. Lots of ideas. Let me know if you make some(-:
What a great looking mushroom. That's the ultimate recycling...LOL. I really love your totems as well.I really enjoy your blog and will be adding you as a favorite link to my website. Would you be willing to do the same? Thankswww.gardensandcrafts.com
Hi Dottie,Thanks. I would love to add you to my blog list(-:
I LOVE the mushroom! People pay LOTS of money for those...do you think you could start your own "Mushroom Farm" with cement drops?!?!?
I love that mushroom. It is a great find for your garden. Hope you don't mind me stopping by. I just found you & btw, your blog is stunning. Love all the photos & info.debbie
What a great looking mushroom. I love it. It looks much better than the one I saw in the bbs. Wonder if you put cement in a hole in the ground then set a pipe of some kind in the middle as the stem. Hmmmm!!!!
Hi Cindee~I love this...And I love your blog!I'm glad I found you!Cyndee
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