Yard Project in 2005 -- img0673
Entry walk and entry gate I designed and built for a home in Arroyo Grande, California, in 2005. These rocks mostly came from beaches in southern Oregon. and these basically are their natural colors. But I wet them down before taking this picture to show the colors better and my digital camera added a bit too much saturation. So in real life these are the actual colors but just not so bright.
Glass Beaded Garden Art on Mesquite
This piece of jewelry for your patio is the perfect way to add colorful shine to your yard. I use mesquite wood and copper wire and 20 lb clear fishing line to string the glass and wood beads. Several of he strands are finished with lovely sounding bells. This piece is very quite so it won't disturb neighbors. This wind chimes can withstand quite a bit of wind but should be cared for during extreme weather. --Measures 5" X 11" --includes a waxed cotton cord for hanging which adds…
My Five Favorite Indoor Plants - Beneath My Heart
I’ve been crushin’ on indoor plants lately. I think it is because of the “life” that they bring to the home, especially in this past cold, dark winter. So here are my favorite right now. I love succulents. Probably because they are hard to kill.