Monday, September 7, 2009

Garden Gnomes

I have been very busy this Labor Day weekend and would like to share the fruits of my labor (of love!).  You know how I like to recycle if I can so these Garden Gnomes have been created over burned out light bulbs (must be my favorite armature).  I am really happy with them and plan on creating many more.  The little Gnomes in the last picture are on night light bulbs and are waiting for their paint job. The rabbit is another series on burned out vanity bulbs that I believe will become an entire series of Party Animals.  That's future stuff as long as the muse lasts. :o)
Thanks for looking!

14 comments:

MarZel said...

Wow...you have been busy. They are so original and individual. SUPER!

Sonia ;) said...

Wow...I love them..Bulbs amazing..what type of clay?

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

Lazy Bone said...

I love them!

Sycamore Moon Studios said...

I love each and every one of these. AWESOME!

Tammie Lee said...

These are wonderfully charming. Such a great thing to do with old light bulbs, quite creative.

magikalseasons said...

I adore these! :)

Mealy Monster Land said...

wow!!! these are great, I really, really like them. hmmmm, I am gonna have to check your shop. did you list them yet?

ODD imagination said...

Thank you for your wonderful remarks!

You like me, you really like me! Ok - I guess that phrase is worn out since the day Sally Fields said it at the podium but it still makes me laugh. :o)

Nicole, they are in my etsy shop. This is the most items I have ever had listed on etsy. A true land mark occasion for me - ha ha

Shannon said...

I love these!

maerys said...

what fun idea, I love them too

Jo James said...

Darling!
I like the bunny best. Although, those flower-sprouting gnomes are really cool too.

oldblackcatboo said...

I LOVE these gnomes!!!
So different from all the others!
I am going to check out your Etsy shop right now!

sandybau said...

Oh wow... these are the prettiest and creative bulbs I've ever seen!! They're incredible beautiful ♥ ♥ ♥ Thank you so much for your nice comments on my little Lady Hatter!!!

Felcidia said...

Beautiful fantasy! I love these colors