Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Garden loom










I made a fence from sticks and string to keep maxy the dog from lying in the garden. I want to grow from seed this spring and his great big feet won't let that happen if he keeps sleeping in there!
I tied extra pieces of string around two of the sticks to make a loom. I was inspired by seasonalgnome (http://seasonalgnome.blogspot.com/2010/07/garden-loom.html) to make this one. We then picked flowers and leaves to weave into the garden loom.








Little messyfish will finally wear his gum boots! Yeah... No more wet shoes after watering the plants.








Prunning the lavender bushes. He was in there for 30 mins plus happily chopping away...(flower heads in half).


8 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I sometimes have to erect temporary fences to remind Luna of where she isn't to go after winter. It will work. Yours looks munch more artsy than mine would look.

Lynn said...

I could use that little guy in my garden! Cute gnome too!

TwigandToadstool said...

This really is a super idea that I just have to do! It's going on the to do list for this month!!!!
xo maureen

Julie said...

How sweet!!!

Yes, I need to do my next EDM...gotta see what it will be. I forget where I am on the list! LOL.

I know sunglasses will be OK for you...try a different medium maybe???

Serena said...

Lucky you having your own live-in gardener....too cute!

softearthart said...

Weaving is so cool, thanks for your comments on my blog, love and light Marie

Brynn said...

your loom turned out great! Thanks for the shout out. :)

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