Wednesday, 11 June 2008

Decorating Gardens
























We have always gone in for alternative garden decoration, ever since we went to an Arts Centre in Knaresborough which had a lot of CDs on a wall. We just thought they looked nice and suspended some on a tree in our back garden but then discovered that on a sunny day if it is a bit windy they will cast beams of light round the garden, and give off a kaleidoscope of colours.

I have a butterfly light holder which contains a tealight for summer evenings. I bought this last year but never used it as it rained most of the summer so I hope I can get some use out of it this year as I suppose it will softly light the butterfly.

Mark's idea: curtain pole ends bought reduced for about £3 and made into interesting features. Also a Buddhist prayer flag (don't know what they make of this next door). We have been to a few Buddhist meetings and Mark used to try to meditate but never got the necessary peace in the house lol






6 comments:

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Frances said...

You got spam, methinks, milady.
Wonder if it's Buddhist generated spam - a bit like poor old Mark gets at home. The more I hear about the man the more he sounds beleaguered. LOL - Nothing better than a bit of beleaguerment for a man, I always think, keeps them on their toes.
Love your garden arty fartyness. I keep intending to put CDs out to frighten the birds, but I do like them and can't bring myself to scare them. Apart from seagulls and I take pleasure in doing that myself. I wish slugs were frightened of CDs as I have loads of old free software that doesn't work. I would happily scatter it about to get rid of our limacine friends.
There is something of the hippy about your family - you sound more and more like my family as time goes on.
I think we lower the tone here in North Devon though... unlike your family who seem to add a touch of class and mystique to the area you live in.

Bev said...

This is spam, but harmless. I was taken in by the flattery on the bottom one and clicked on it, but it just goes to the lotto.

I was just really pleased there is somebody else apart from you reading my blog LOL

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Bev said...

Why don't you put up the CDs as little mirrors so that the slugs can see themselves lol