Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Lovely Antique Garden Ornament

Yes, please. I would dearly love to have an antique garden ornament this lovely to delight my eye when I look outside.  via


ladyhawthorne said...

Me too! I'm trying on a zero budget to create a Mediterranean garden as our climate is pretty much the same here in N Central TX, this would look beautiful in the front garden.

Gail, northern California said...

Whoa. Love it.

Penelope Bianchi said...

Completely divine! Now; if you find yourself an ornament with good lines: here is how to "age it quickly: Mix a quart of buttermilk.......wiwth about the same amount of cow or horse dried manure. (yes...."boonies"!! (manure has to be dry) mix with buttermilk and paint on pot. Put in garage, shed or dark place!) Don't even look at it for a few months Tah day!! It will be mossy and old looking with patina!

If you are squeamish about this; you don't really want something to look like this!