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RE: Huge butterfly (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: becky_ia on 05.24.2012 at 10:58 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I think you may be talking about my butterfly.

becky

Butterfly Garden Stake


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RE: garden sparklers (Follow-Up #18)

posted by: dollydee on 07.09.2010 at 10:51 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Soooooo cute!!!!

I like these with the mini bowling pins too :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Sparklers


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RE: garden sparklers (Follow-Up #11)

posted by: flagtruck on 07.09.2010 at 10:40 am in Garden Junk Forum

I saw these in a catalog and have been contemplating how to make them ever since. I have some stainless wire I use in my concrete & lath construction but don't know if it is a stiff enough gauge to hold up. I believe you could stand these in about anything, hollow all-thread rod, copper tube atop 3/8" rebar amongst other things. Heres the link,
check out the bottle tree also, I think they are copying us GJ's.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dancing Garden Jewels Stake


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Spider Web Window

posted by: excessfroufrou on 07.13.2010 at 12:11 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I posted this to the wrong side first, sometimes I think I am totally losing it. I've been working and working on this window. It was my first time to work with crash glass. It took a lot longer than I expected. I did my blue web design and then went back and filled in with the crash glass, using GEII to glue everything. I decided not to grout it because I think it looks more webby this way. I made the spiders out of glass beads. It has been raining here so I haven't put it in the yard yet. Forgive my photography, the only place I could get enough light was my dressing room and I wanted a pic in front of the mirror too.
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free standing porches

posted by: kathyjb on 05.26.2011 at 12:48 am in Garden Junk Forum

On another forum there is a woman who has a beautiful yard and a really neat free standing porch she constructed out of leftovers and old church looking windows. It's really pretty. Has anyone here made something like this or do you know of any more pictures like it? Here is the address to her website. you will need to copy and paste. http://fp1.centurytel.net/ladybug/index.html

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No dig potatoes in baskets Add your hints

posted by: goldenpond on 04.29.2009 at 06:51 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Someone asked about my method of potatoes in bushel baskets.You can also use Large buckets or other comtainers provided you add plenty of drainage.I prefer farmer's bushel baskets as they are natural with ready made drainage.

Start by filling 1/4 of the basket with compost or soil(not manure)
Set sprouted poatatoes about 3 inches apart.( I use potatoes that accidentally sprouted in my pantry but you can buy seed potates.
Cut so each piece has a sprout and allow to dry a day or two.)
Cover with a little more compost and then i add leaves or straw.when the greenery is about 6 inches above the leaves or straw add more leaving about 4 inches of greenery out at all times.
Adding occasionally- as it compacts and at the seasons end when foliage begins to yellow you will have potatoes filling the basket. Each potato and growing zone means they will ripen different. At the end of the season you can dump them out or just reach in and grab your spuds,NO DIGGING!
If you want a really large harvest you can do this with chicken wire say 3 or 4 ft.tall and make a circle about as round as a bushel basket. Keep adding and they will keep growing taller and filling with spuds.
There are many other methods similar to mine just google growing potatoes in baskets and you will see. P Allen does his with all compost but then P Allen is loaded$$$$
Please help us all and add ideas using your recycled items in the veggie/fruit garden to this post
tanya

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RE: New project - Candles (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: katishooked on 01.20.2010 at 06:35 pm in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

Silva, I can't wait to see this finished. I like it already. Keep us posted.

Kat

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Sydney 'Sculpture By The Sea'

posted by: iminmystudio on 11.09.2009 at 08:38 pm in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

On Sunday we went to look at 'Sculpture By The Sea' an annual event where sculptures are placed along a coastal walk at Bondi Beach Sydney, when I saw these I just had to take a photo and show you guys.

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totem poll

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There were about a hundred so I've only posted those I thought appropriate for this forum, I've seen you guys make totem polls and thought they looked fun now that I've seen these up close I want one!
The little house was very strange indeed.

This last one has nothing to do with mosaics but it was my favourite he looks so patient as if he is waiting to be picked up or maybe sad as if he is waiting for someone who isn't coming, it also shows how close to the water this exhibition was the others were on the land side of the path.

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RE: My stairs, wip (Follow-Up #45)

posted by: nicethyme on 03.05.2009 at 07:16 pm in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

well, I am finally at the end WHEW! thank goodness for that.

I grout it all in white and did avery subtle graduated colorwash.

I call it Fall Down the Stairs!

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home made solar gazing ball

posted by: garden2garden on 10.11.2009 at 09:38 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I saw a picture of a green lighted solar gazing ball a couple years ago, and have been coveting one ever since. I have had the concrete stand for a few years, got it on sale at the concrete yard ornament place. Just a note- always ask if they have a section where they keep their broken pcs. It only has a chip off the lip and was marked down to 10$. I've been keeping a little bit bigger ball (yard sale lamp globes) on it but it broke, so I dug this one out I got for 10 cents years ago. PhotobucketWalmart had those little solar lights we've been talking about on sale last month. I got one to try it out and one thing led to anotherI cut the bottom off a plastic soda bottle and taped it, to keep the light in place, At first I had used a plain clear one and then got the brilliant idea to use a green one for my green light!.Photobucket It was hard to get a picture of it that was true to what it looked like PhotobucketIt didn't look near this good in person, but the pictures turned out good, lol.PhotobucketIt was very hot that week, the mosquitoes were bad that time of the evening, so there were lots of pics where I was slapping skeeters. This one turned out pretty cool.Photobucket

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lots of crazy painted flamingos!

posted by: purplemoon on 08.05.2009 at 06:35 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Here's that site with all the wildly painted Flamingos. I love the dragonfly. And the giraffe, tho he's waaaay beyond my painting ability. There are so many hysterical ones to see.

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: Wild n Crazy Flamingos

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RE: styfofoam containers planted (Follow-Up #4)

posted by: backyardmom on 08.03.2009 at 07:58 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Hi Kat.They are covered with grout.A member of my herb club heard about it and on Saturday a couple of us got together and made 25 of them.The containers you can get from your local grocrey store from the fish dept.We got the grout at home depot.It comes in alot of different colors.Then you use grout enhancer to mix it.then you put a thin layer on the bottom and side's and bottom and a bout 2 inches on the inside,cause you'll be putting dirt in.Let that dry.make sure you get it all covered.after its dry then you put it on a little thicker.It drys fast.once it's dry look and make sure all the white is covered.before you plant in it put drainage holes in bottom with a screw driver.Also you can use Omaha steaks containers.It's easy.And not as heavy as hypertufa..LOL Joan

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styfofoam containers planted

posted by: backyardmom on 08.03.2009 at 03:28 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Here I planted two.One with hens and chicks and one with
herbs thyme and chives.
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RE: How to keep solar lights in place on old floor lamp? (Follow-Up #14)

posted by: tbledsaw on 07.26.2009 at 05:29 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Call me crazy, but I recently made an outdoor chandeliere with solar lights. I had the exact same problem you had, the light bases were too narrow to fit snugly into the sockets.
I simply took 1/2" masking tape and wrapped around each base until they were a snug and perfect fit for each of the sockets. Worked absolutely wonderfully!


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Gem Bugs

posted by: kirkus on 07.13.2009 at 06:53 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Carol and I went to a town craft fair to the north of us on Saturday. We bought these cute gem bugs. They're made with the gems that many of you use for your bowling balls and the silver is soldered around it. Aren't they cute? The first picture shows the screen bugs we bought. They have a little wire so you can insert them into your window screen. The second picture shows a bug we bought that is attached to a plant stake. Pretty neat! :o) Of course, now Carol wants to make them...with her DH helping her. (Hey, that's me!) :o) ENJOY! Bear Hugs! Kirk

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Door Arbor Complete!

posted by: jeannespines on 06.06.2009 at 10:32 pm in Garden Junk Forum

This door arbor my DH & I completed this week. On Wed. he cut 2x8's for the top rafters...the 2 old doors I salvaged some time ago & they were ready for use! We pushed, pulled, tugged and balanced things to get the rafters on. DH has patience! While he screwed in the brace pieces, I hooked up extension cords and sanded and sanded! The doors were painted white on the outside & stained dark on inside...doors are a bit different...but the hts. were the same. Here's a pic of them balanced on sawhorses and so I paint this coat of white:

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Next day gave it another coat & then was ready to move out by that woodshed...too heavy so we pulled it on that scrap pc. of plywood with the 'Gator. Here it is from the backside...set in place:

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Then I worked on a few plantings (haul some dirt & compost...amend the soil)...susieroses inspired me to try roses again at bird sanctuary...so this project got the "Knockout Rose" bush(red)...which is supposed to be hardy! I hope so for my sake! No green thumb with roses! It's that little plant in front of the door. Had to dig out Hosta's first..as they had been shaded in this spot where we lost a Jack Pine tree.

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So here's a full view of what's back there now... a re-cycled metal shed (for DH's wood) & old white barn door & now the Door Arbor! I planted "White Queen Cleome" at the other door opposite the rose:

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Since today was cold & rainy, DH & I went to a nursery & I picked out a "Sun Parasol Pretty Crimson Mandevilla" bushy plant which will hang from the center rafter. I've never tried this plant before (annual which I will try to save)...it has 3" red flowers...glossy green foilage...should be beautiful! That's a white lilac in front (already bloomed) and an pink-turns-to-red bush behind it...so I'm hoping for a very pretty red & white garden!

Ok, one more thing...lookin' for a metal bench or stool/chair to sit near the arbor...I will paint it white (or red) ... and, if I can't find while GJ'ing...then I will look for some sort of white garden statue/art.

Long post...can you tell I'm excited! A great project...can't take credit...got the idea from a Country Sampler (May 2006) article about a guy who built one for entrance to herb garden...we changed it a bit...he used 2x4's for rafters...and different pane window openings.

Will post pics later as it progresses. Thanks for listening! Jeanne S.
oops, purplemoon, the green stained glass butterfly that you sent on the JT is going to hang in there, too! Whoopee!

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RE: pvc cover for deck (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: nanatricia on 05.31.2009 at 10:42 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I have built one I used pvc as the fraim .Then I put shade cloth on top .I put 2 layers it realy helps I love sitting under and it helps shade oursun room (now den)

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Yard Pond For Cheap

posted by: susiewantsroses on 05.27.2009 at 05:34 pm in Garden Junk Forum

We wanted a water feature but did not want fish. (We went through years of caring for large fish at our previous home.) So this pond has only a small amount of standing water.

The hard-shelled pond cost us $25.oo off of Craigslist.
We have collected stones, smooth rocks, fossils, brick pavers and flag stone for over a year from Craigslist's Free section and Freecycle. When there were enough supplies and time we started the pond. We did have to buy a retail pump. We already had the turtle and the allegator from our previous house.

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Of course the labor was done by my Pond boy (Hubs) and I.

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for the birds....found some neat ideas

posted by: purplemoon on 05.21.2009 at 10:18 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Triple level, mosaic birdbath I just saw on flickr. I love this!!

and some wacky birdhouse designs from Winfield Collections

hugs, Karen

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RE: for the birds....found some neat ideas (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: purplemoon on 05.21.2009 at 10:46 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I find a lot of cool inspiration on Flickr. Check out this mosaic cobalt bottle.

she's done more neat stuff. And in fact, lots of links on right to browse other cool ideas.
Have fun,
hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: garden art

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RE: newbie with pictures (Follow-Up #4)

posted by: mzclassic on 11.20.2008 at 06:25 am in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

Welcome and I love your bathroom and your stepping stone. You will really love it here as all of these people are very talented and very helpful. We're like a big family!

Donna in Florida

Here is a link that might be useful: My Stuff

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RE: Old Window Art (Follow-Up #22)

posted by: saywhatagnes on 09.17.2008 at 05:10 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Hello Schnecke and welcome to Garden Junk!
You found an old 9 pane window and you have a neighbor with tons of old windows....touch me please, I need some of your good fortune ! LOL!

Im still learning and playing myself but I sure hope I can help answer some of your questions.
1. My flower petals and leaves/stems are all pieces of stained glass that I cut with either a wheeled glass cutter or tile nippers. I prefer the nippers. More room for error as I make a lot of mistakes. I buy the glass sheets at Hobby Lobby when they have a 50% off sale or with sale coupons. I used glass globs/half marbles for the center of the flowers. I think theyre sometimes called floral gems too. I purchase them at places like Wal-Mart, dollar stores, and craft stores like Hobby Lobby & Michaels.

Check out the Stained Glass & Mosaic Forum here at Garden Web for a wealth of information on the subject. Super nice, super talented, super helpful folks over there.

2. Ive never found a window I didnt need to replace at least 2 panes so I use panes from other old windows or glass from discarded picture frames and cut them to fit myself. Garage sales, flea markets, and thrift stores are all great places to find old picture frames with the glass still intact for next to nothing.

You can also have the panes cut at a glass shop like Indalyne said. Its also fairly easy to cut panes yourself (hey, if I can do it, you can do it! LOL!). I used a wheeled glass cutter I got at Hobby Lobby and practiced on pieces of scrap glass until I got my confidence up. There are some short videos on Youtube that will help too.
In my very limited experience I have found that there is no standard size pane for the older windows. I decorated an old window recently with 12 panes and I think every pane was a different size. I had to be real careful not to mix them up since I usually decorate them out of the window frame. I dont know if the wood swells and shifts with age but only a couple panes were actually the same exact size. Some fit tight in the muntins, others I had to run thick caulk beads around to keep them from rattling.
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3. So far I have only decorated windows with glass, globs, and caulk to hang on my porch and fence but if youll type in Old Windows in the search box down at the bottom of the main page here youll come back with a ton of links to past posts. More decorated windows as well as greenhouses, tables, trellis, etc, made from old windows .....the list goes on and its all gorgeous.
If you do go over to the Stained Glass & Mosaic forum, type in Glass on Glass in their search box and prepare to have your breath taken away! Seriously! Awesomely beautiful glass mosaic art done in old window and picture frames!
I wish I could post links to all the stuff Ive mentioned to show you what Im talking about but I dont know how.

4. A 9 section window? The possibilities are endless. I would love to do a window frame to hang over my couch in my livingroom. I would like to use different colored panes of glass like Adina72 did in her window and have it lighted from behind. Like maybe set on top of a box frame with rope lights. I also thought I might cover thin pieces of cardboard (cut to fit inside the pane frames) with various fabric scraps and hang it lengthwise over a twin size bed for a headboard. Sort of a patchwork block quilt look.

Katishooked ~ Coloring caulk is a wonderful idea. I didnt have much luck mixing craft paint and silicone caulk myself. The paint faded as I stirred it and the caulk together with a popsicle stick and then the caulk wouldnt set. Might be time to experiment again.
Indalyne ~ I use DAP Plastic Wood cellulose fibre filler in natural color. Its the easiest Ive found to work with. It drys quickly, sands beautifully, and paint goes on nicely. Ive practically rebuilt whole muntin strips with this stuff and it never fails.
Kathy (Concretenprimroses) ~ Ive seen black and brown caulk. Dont know why it wouldnt work as well as the clear. I cover the whole pane of glass with clear silicone caulk then mash my glass globs and bits down on top of it before it sets but maybe a person could just glue down the decorations with clear and come back with the darker caulk and stipple it on in between for a black grout effect.

I hope Ive helped.
Wishing yall all a wonderful day,
Aggie

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RE: Question for those who've done old window art (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: saywhatagnes on 04.15.2008 at 03:06 am in Garden Junk Forum

Hello Kim,

Ive only done four 4-pane windows so far (w/marbles & stained glass) and Im presently working on a larger 12 pane window to hang on an old swing-set frame out in my yard.

I did remove all the old putty and caulk first. When I replaced the panes, I used push-style glazing points and GE II silicone caulk.
I also fixed all the splits and cracks in the frames with wood glue and added cellulose fibre filler where any pieces of muntin was missing (my windows were truly in awful shape when I got them).
I feel very confident that the panes are secure in the frames but I have them hanging on my front porch now and I do end up taking them down when were having really strong wind as they tend to swing side to side and hit the porch posts.

Frank will come around. After 30+ yrs of me sounding like the old Budweiser commercial ("Why ask why?"), now DH just nods and says "Yes Dear" when I ask him to help me with one of my garden junk projects. LOL!
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Have fun and good luck with your window,
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RE: Question for those who've done old window art (Follow-Up #12)

posted by: saywhatagnes on 04.16.2008 at 07:03 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Hi OrDel,

My flowers and doo-hickys are glass bits and half-marbles. Sure wish I could paint well but I have no talent in that department.
But on the panes, I used clear GE II 100% Silicone Caulk (indoor/outdoor for window & door). Personal choice. I think any clear caulk for exterior use would do.
I used an old toothbrush to stipple it on the glass, then pressed my glass bits and marbles down on top of it. I did a small section at a time.


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How much you use (or how thick you apply it) kind of determines the opacity/translucency. Im heavy-handed and I got a little globby in places. Also, some caulk will squish out around the sides of the glass bits and marbles when you put them on. You can use all kinds of techniques.
I did one with a wide-tooth comb. I dragged it through the caulk down the length of the glass pane in a wavy motion. That was pretty but Im not so delicate and I kept getting my fat fingers in the wet caulk and messing up my neat swirly lines.
Heres the backside of one that was not quite dry (or cured) in a picture frame:

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You know, thinking on it, I dont see why you couldnt apply caulk to glass, let it dry, then paint decorations on the caulk. Like if you used a craft paint for outdoor use. That might be really nice.
Anyhow, sure hope I could be of help,
Aggie

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Concrete mushrooms

posted by: dee54 on 08.12.2008 at 06:32 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Here are three of the 14 concrete mushrooms that I have made in the last three weeks. They are so much fun to see what they look like when unmolded. I use a variety of plastic and glass items like fast food big drinking cups, glass or plastic sundae glasses, glass footed candy dishes, and metal bowls.
When using the cups or sundae glasses I first spray Pam and then line the inside of the glass with plastic. For the tops I just line with the plastic unless it is a deep bowl. It then is easy to pop or pull out the hardened form. Then they go into the water to cure. I also use another cup like the stem that I cover in plastic and place in the middle of the top so the two will fit right into each other when finished.

Image link: Concrete mushrooms (38 k)

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Bugville

posted by: gardeningpeggy on 07.19.2008 at 09:36 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I put this together on my screened porch, I call it bugville.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bugville

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little pot fountain

posted by: purplemoon on 07.18.2008 at 04:12 pm in Garden Junk Forum

I think this is a neat fountain with a rain chain. Its in our inspiration album now. I also added the patriotic bowling ball of nursetina's, and Cindee's "garden plates". Plus the little trike garden vignette by calicocat. I am a day or so behind in reading posts, so have some catching up to do, but thought I better get these latest photos in the album.

Rain Chain Pot Fountain on HGTV site

hugs, Karen

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RE: Yellow Ladder revisited... as promised! (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: tasymo on 07.17.2008 at 05:40 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Weave- that's my mosaic'd frying pan, of course!! Don't you have one in your garden? I thought everyone did...

Here is a link that might be useful: mosaic'd frying pan

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RE: question ? (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: texasfern on 07.16.2008 at 04:18 am in Stained Glass & Mosaics Forum

It's great stuff to work with Bonnie.
You can either paint the back of the glass(before you break it) or paint your substrate.
I have used Weldbond to secure, none of the pieces I have used it for were for outdoors.
The frog was done by a friend of mine that I taught for awhile. This is ungrouted. We also did one we painted spots on. The spots on this one are the painted glass.
We did some ceramic fruit!
It works well on candle hurricanes. You can barely see the colored pieces in it.
The final picture is of one of my favorite crosses.
It is also great to fill up large spaces between tesse stuff.
Hope this helps.
I think I may have to go find those buckets of glass I have!

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RE: Old Windows- Make your own patterns? (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: junkinthetrunk on 07.05.2008 at 08:31 pm in Garden Junk Forum

Saw these at a flea market
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