Celebrating Daffodil Season
Two years ago Good housekeeping magazine asked me to create a craft story on daffodils. What a happy assignment!. If the daffodils are not starting to peek their heads up in your garden, you can still have daffodils at your front door. I created this wreath with simplicity in mind. Grab a grapevine wreath. Purchase a variety of the good looking daffodil silks at any craft store. ( the garlands are also a good source for silk flower heads.) Nestle a birds nest in the corner of the wreath…
Old Village Wishing Well
The Old Village Wishing Well is a set of unique 3D exterior props that fit together to make a small scene. The set features the well base and roof, three ivy sections, a pulley, rope and bucket, as well as a tiling ground plane.
A Tribute to Don Carson's Artwork - Part One - Updated with new artwork !
It's with great pleasure that I introduce today in my Imagineers articles series Don Carson. Don Carson initially trained as a commercial...
Traditional garden well reconstruction, Worcestershire | Brick & Bower Landscapes and construction
Brick and Bower offer landscape gardening, garden design and garden construction within Worcestershire and the West Midlands.
Колодец на даче: интересные идеи оформления
Времена, когда колодцы повсеместно использовались по своему прямому назначению, некоторым из нас знакомы лишь понаслышке. И все же ни централизованное
Купить или заказать Колодец декоративный № 1, 4 в интернет-магазине на Ярмарке Мастеров. Может быть только декором и выполнять роль цветника, а может быть изящным действующим сооружением - источником воды. 5-слойная антисептическая пропитка. Работа представлена в коллекции…
Ancient wishing well
Download royalty-free Isolated illustration of an ancient and magical wishing well stock photo 7347715 from Depositphotos collection of millions of premium high-resolution stock photos, vector images and illustrations.
Chelsea 2012: Artisan Gardens
The Satoyama Life garden won a Gold Medal and was also chosen as the Best Artisan Garden – and for once we agree with the Chelsea judges, although it was a pretty obvious choice as it was easily the best of the small gardens – we also particularly like the designer’s work and his intricate use of moss. It was created by Japanese designer, Kazuyuki Ishihara, who was responsible for our overall favourite garden at Chelsea in 2010. The amount of detail that went into this garden was above and…