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DIY String Gardens "Kokedama"

If you want a different sort of garden indoor garden, then you need to take a look at these DIY kokedama (hanging moss ball planters)!

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Log gate made into pencils. Pretty neat idea for childrens garden entrance or for preschool... but those ends need to be dulled! Ouch! :) **Link is to a picture only site.. :/

"farmhouse" by Dayna Lyn (artist) ceramic Stone Pillars, Contemporary Sculpture, Ceramic Painting, New Artists, Creative Words, Bird Feeders, Folk Art, Sculptures, Middle

"farmhouse" artist: Dayna Lyn (www.DaynaLyn.wix.com/DaynaLyn) ceramic When I created this work I saw it as a bird feeder... it's large enough for small to medium sized birds. Thought it would look great on some classic stone pillar in the middle of my yard & perfectly framed by my kitchen window when I look at it from inside my home.

"Dot" by Dayna Lyn Ceramic Anti Gravity, Contemporary Sculpture, Ceramic Painting, New Artists, Creative Words, Cut Flowers, Sculptures, Ceramics, Fresh

"Dot" artist: Dayna Lyn (www.DaynaLyn.wix.com/DaynaLyn) Ceramic. I just love this vase with fresh-cut flowers... it forces the flowers to be displayed in an anti-gravity or wind-blown feel.

"Cobalt Asian" artist: Dayna Lyn majolica on ceramic Ceramic Painting, Cobalt, Original Art, Asian, Ceramics, Pure Products, Creative, Garden, Artist

"Cobalt Asian" artist: Dayna Lyn (www.DaynaLyn.wix.com/DaynaLyn) majolica on ceramic. Imaginary flowers I created - I added heavy amounts of majolica so when it was fired it spattered - this added movement to the image, but implies changing moments of the imagined flower's growth cycle.

"Aftermath" artist: Dayna Lyn (www.DaynaLyn.wix.com/DaynaLyn) ceramic Contemporary Sculpture, New Artists, Creative Words, Sculptures, Ceramics, Studio, Gallery, Garden, Painting

"Aftermath" artist: Dayna Lyn (www.DaynaLyn.wix.com/DaynaLyn) ceramic