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Garden Chandie

Posted by robolady (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 15, 08 at 10:37

I wanted to post this over on garden junk, but the link is not working. I was inspired by a project posted on a different board and robomodified it. here is my garden Chandie

I've used glass rings (antique awning rings) and a dogbone insulator as well as regular prisms to dress it up. I'm still looking for some pearls or strings of glass beads for a little more bling. It's a great alternative to a hanging basket for the winter months.


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RE: Garden Chandie

Excellent idea for a winter hanging indeed. I am trying to decorate for winter now that all my Christmas Deckies are down and the place looks bare.......I am going to keep my snowmen out......love your chandie idea....anymore ideas????
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Maddya


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How innovative. Love the originality.


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that is so cute I love the idea....... now off to find a wagon wheel


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RE: Garden Chandie

Just a note, that wheel is only about 12"dia. You don't have to use a wagon wheel. Carriage wheels, bicycle wheels, or evan an old iron grate would all work for this project. Just see what you've got laying around. would love to see the finished product.


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I like it!!


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What a great idea, Love it!


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I think I missed this one - if so, Margo - that's really cute!


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