Glass garden flowers

Enhance your garden with stunning glass flowers that add a touch of color and whimsy. Explore top ideas to create a vibrant and unique outdoor space.
Yard Art, Decoration, Garden Ornament, Garden Totems, Garden Crafts, Garden Ornaments, Diy Garden Decor, Garden Projects, Garden Whimsy

Yesterday that sweet husband of mine drove me up to Seattle for the 2018 Northwest Flower and Garden Show. And let me tell you Bob, the displays did not disappoint. Honestly though, I think my husband is regretting taking me to the show because his summer project list now has about 5 more “to do” items Read More >>

Dotti Myers
Ideas, Yard Art, Garden Art, Garden Decor, Glass Garden Flowers, Pallets Garden, Glass Garden, Tin Flowers, Glass Garden Art

Nothing beats day dreaming about spring when it is ZERO degrees outside! So here is a fun project to start planning for - THE PERFECT FLOWER GARDEN! Low maintenance! Always in Bloom! Never wilting! No dead-heading! Glistens in the sun! Makes your heart happy! Supply List various vintage clear glass plates, bowls, saucers, etc. premium silicone glue rubbing alcohol 3/8 inch rebar - approximately 41 inches per stem one hockey puck per flower drill & 3/8 inch drill bit Begin by gathering a…

Stephanie Baldwin Vintage Green Antiques
How to Make Stunning Painted Plate Garden Art - Infarrantly Creative Gardening, Yard Art, Garden Art, Shaded Garden, Glass Garden Flowers, Glass Garden Art, Garden Crafts, Glass Plate Flowers, Diy Garden

I have seen some vintage dish and plate flowers on Pinterest and thought making my own from some inexpensive Dollar Tree glassware and glass paint would add a pop of pizazz to my yard this Spring. These are so easy to make and it is really hard to screw it up. You don’t need to have painting experience to make this garden art. Just a few swooshes with a paint brush and some glue and you are all set.

Linda Hutchinson
Crafts, Yard Art, Ideas, Gardening, Glass Garden Flowers Diy, Glass Garden Flowers, Glassware Garden Art, Glass Garden Art, Glass Plate Flowers

I find myself in thrift stores and antique stores a lot and I seem to have accumulated a lot of colorful glass items. After putting all of my glass items together I decided to try and create a few flowers for my yard. I have tried many different ways to make these flowers and I […]

Barbara Hoffman