Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Garden face

I think it's fun having faces in the garden in unexpected places.

I made this garden face out of some leftover grout from my mosaic garden stone, if you remember, here.

I brushed on some forest green paint to give him some depth.

He's hanging on the garden fence keeping watch over the garden.

Enjoy your day!


Ruth Welter said...

Donna, this is wonderful...please tell me you are considering making and selling these. I would buy one from you, this is awesome.


Darla said...

I love this!!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

It turned out great! What a wonderful expression on his face.

Catherine Holman said...

He's pretty cool!

Cherrie said...

Almost looks like Santa Claus!

Anonymous said...

Really unique! How did you make him, did you have a mold? I love faces in the garden!

Peonies & Magnolias said...

What a wonderful face. You did an awesome job on him. Have a great week.


Sherri said...

How wonderful-I love that face!!! You are just so creative Donna!

Rhondi said...

Hi Donna
What a fun face you made for your garden. Thanks for coming to my porch party.
Hugs, Rhondi

Zuzana said...

Oh, I love it! It looks like it could be placed in a water fountain having water running from its mouth.;)
It also reminds me of the "La Bocca della Verità" ("the Mouth of Truth") in Rome, featured in the movie "Roman Holiday".;))
Have a great midweek dear Donna,

Beverly said...

Donna, I love this old fellow. He looks like he must have a good soul, and I'll bet he has wonderful stories to share.

Great job!

Sheila said...

Very clever. I love him!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This is a very unusual face, Donna, and very whimsical!

Thanks for entering my HomeGoods gift card give away! Did you check their store locator link in the first paragraph? HomeGoods is opening lots of new stores countrywide and you might be pleasantly surprised!

CIELO said...

Very pretty and whimsical... love it!


mississippi artist said...

Love the garden face,you are very talented. Yard art really adds to a garden doesn't it?