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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Just a Stone

Every December I do a craft fair with a friend - and this year I decided to try something different.
 I decided on garden markers painted on smooth stones from the beach

 Different sizes - some for large gardens - some for smaller
 And the herb garden
 Something for the winter holidays
 Add a few critters
 And critters for the garden - all the stones are from 1 1/2" to 4 1/2"

 Lady bugs to match your favorite colors

 Some pretty night scenes - nice for fairy gardens (approx 4" high)
 And fairy houses to set in your favorite fairy garden (3 to 4" tall)
 Penguin family - mama is about 4" tall - babies about 1 1/2"
 Let's sail away
 Or maybe go glamping!
Or find a quiet place in the country, near a wonderful fairy house.

Don't you think every garden needs some pretty painted stones?


Lowcarb team member said...

These are brilliant, What a great collection.
They are all super, but the penguin family is just adorable.
Can painted stones be adorable? Yes, they can!

All the best Jan

Karen said...

Hi Joanne,
I love all of your sweet garden rocks. I would love some in my garden. You are very creative! Have a wonderful weekend! Karen

Kim said...

I think, most definitely, every garden needs to have a few of these fun painted rocks. Soooooo many fun ideas here. Love that family of penguins!

eileeninmd said...

Oh wow, these are so cute. Great idea for the garden markers. I love the adorable ladybugs. The penguin family is another favorite. Beautiful dragonfly. They are all wonderful. Happy Sunday!

Gayle said...

What a creative idea. I'm inspired.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Those are just super -- love them!

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Small City Scenes said...

Let's just say you are too artistic for your own good. My painted rocks look like the preschool class did them. I do love the night ones. All are so pretty. WOW!!!

Powell River Books said...

I love your painted rocks. I repainted my large turtle a month or so ago. I have a new piece of cedar that looks like a good pedestal. I need to find another large rock that speaks to me. - Margy

betty-NZ said...

These are just adorable! I wish I had some when I started my flower garden to keep track of my seeds.

Lorrie said...

These stones are wonderful, JoAnn - I love the ladybug family!

Candy S said...

I love the lady bugs - they are so cute and for sure the fairy garden rocks would look wonderful in my fairy garden. The idea of marking the vegetable garden with painted rocks instead of having to replace wooden wooden every year is truly brilliant! Hugs, Candy

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Your stones are so cute and colourful. Love them!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love those ladybugs! My sister is artistic and she can take a big rock and make it look like a cabin! You have such neat lettering too! Have FUN! Hugs1

J said...

So cute! I do ladybugs with the grandkids and they are always a success because you almost can't go wrong!

Kay said...

These are wonderful, JoAnn! Your talent really shines. I really love what you've done. The garden labels are very sweet and the critters equally so. Well done, you!