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Little garden faces & mirror

Posted by realrose (realrose@bellsouth.net) on
Sun, Feb 14, 10 at 15:32

Hi, I saw these little faces for pots at a gallery in Seaside, Fl. Had to try some. They're quick, easy & fun. Just fun faces mosaiced to a large serving/ cooking metal spoon. The 1st one I attached to a rod to be used for staking and the 2nd did nothing other than use for decoration in my pot. I think I like the 2nd idea better, quicker & cheaper, too.Photobucket
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This is a mirror I made for a friend's daughter, who just had a baby boy "Evan" Photobucket


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RE: Little garden faces & mirror

So cute! Love the faces and that mirror is adorable! I bet she loves it!


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Love those faces!! Very cute. What a great idea! Nice job on the mirror!!


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oooh very cool spoon faces - thats neat, I like that pot too. Great job on the mirror


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Question on the spoons. Are you using the inside or the backside? Love em, and the mirror I would think will be a hit.

Kat


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How lovely. Just yesterday, after church and lunch, my friend and I hit a couple flea markets, and I saw some old spoons that w/be perfect for this, and dang it, I passed them up. Great idea for garden art. The mirror is really pretty.


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RE: Little garden faces & mirror

Thanks everyone! I use the backside. You could use maybe a spatula or spreader? I've not used those, but would be interesting and fun. Thanks again, Rose Mary


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