Sunday, May 24, 2009

Two More Glass Plate Flowers

This completes the Glass Plate Flower Project! These two will be staying with me.

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Crafty Gardener said...

All your plate flowers turned out lovely. The ones you keep will be a lovely addition to the garden.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Cindee .. these are garden jewelery for sure girl ! Especially with the clear glass reflecting the colours they will be "planted" around : )

tina said...

They look great in your yard!

Kathleen said...

Gorgeous Cindee. I can see why they are staying with you! I would keep them too. I just noticed the photo (on your sidebar) of your kitty sitting in a bowl. That is so precious!

Shabby Cottage Collectibles said...

Your glass plate flowers are wonderful! Warm wishes for a Happy Memorial Day, Esther

Happy To Be said...

May you have a wonderful Memorial day weekend my friend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

flowergardengirl said...

Cindee they are all just amazing. Classy and tastefully done. I like the pastel and clear plates best. Thanks so much for sharing.

Brenda Kula said...

Have you ever thought about doing stuff like this for a living? Designing and making various yard ornaments? Garden Deva in Tulsa does it with steel, and she's made quite a name for herself. Check out her site:

CiNdEe said...

Hi Crafty Gardener,
Thank You! I am really liking them!

Hi Joy,
Thanks! They are pretty fun to display in the yard.(-:

Hi Tina,

Hi Kathleen,
Thank You! Wyatt loves to sit under the bird feeder too. He is a real brat!!! LOL

Hi Shabby Cottage Collectibles,
Thanks for stopping by!!! Happy Memorial Day to you too!!!

Hi Happy To Be,
Happy Memorial Day Weekend to you too!!! Thanks for stopping by!

Hi flowergardengirl,
I like the clear ones as well. Thats why I am keeping them(-: I gave the blue one to my daughters boyfriends mom and she loved it(-:

perennialgardener said...

Those plate flowers look great in your garden Cindee. You are so creative, can't wait to see what you make next. ;)

Brighid said...

You are so talented, and inspiring. I love looking for the unusual with fresh eyes. Now where did I put that ol disk blade water fountain thingy?

CiNdEe said...

Hi perennialgardener,
Thanks(-: Not sure what I am making next. Nothing in the works yet!(-:

Hi Brighid,
Thanks! You saw the birdfeeder made out of the disk blade? My brother made that for me(-: Those are very useful! I have one more disk blade that I need to get made into something. I would love to see your fountain(-: Thanks for stopping by!

Jenns Three Graces said...

These are adorable! Guess what i just found in the dollar store - I want to make a child's garden and I came across a netted (pink net) butterfly catcher with a bamboo handle to tuck in somewhere. They came in pink, lavendar, yellow and orange. I'll put a beach bucket and shovel, and I'm open to ideas from you - the Goddess of Garden Ideas....Jenn

CiNdEe said...

Hi Jenn,
Sounds like you found some cool ideas at the dollar store. Keep and eye out for some old childrens things like trikes/wagons/wheelbarrows etc. Usually find at garage sales. I put an old toy metal dump truck in my garden too. They don't make them like that now days. Everything is plastic!