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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Garden Shed

It's not mine!



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17 comments:

  1. That is so lovely and the figures - great ...

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  2. Seriously?! Even your garden shed is beautiful? It's really hard not to be jealous. :)

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  3. How cute! I also loved your garden photos and the hummingbird. Looks like I will have to plant lots of Bee Balm next year.

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  4. It's fabulous! Thanks for showing it.

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  5. I'm putting art in my garden today - so much of this appeals to me

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  6. How cute it is. I had a good laugh about those coffee pot heads. LOL!How cute and you can now use those old skillets instead of throwing them away. LOL!

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  7. Tatyana,

    That is one great looking garden shed! I also loved your containers and the photos of the hummingbird.

    Eileen

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  8. How dear is that! Love it, Tatyana. Happy August :)

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  9. Love those coffee pot guys. What fun.

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  10. I suffer from garden shed envy! I'd love to have one, but probably will never happen here due to our neighborhood rules.

    That's a very pretty shed you photographed. Love all the little surprises tucked in the vignette.

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  11. What a lovely structure! If it's mine i will use it as a resting area rather than a tool box. I laughed at your label 'it's not mine'. haha. thanks for giving us ideas and beautiful things in our heads.

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  12. This is my kind of garden shed. I love all the special adornments.

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  13. Complimenti.. che arte nel riciclare...
    very very good...

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  14. Wonder why the ferns that grow wild under our steps don't look inviting like these? Love all of this!

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  15. Those stairs are just divine and with those cool coffee pots it just makes those wooden sheds cool as ever.

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  16. True. Garden sheds made of wood are easy to redecorate too.

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