I'm amazed at how much H & I have managed to accomplish while we've been Staying Safe at home. We recently took on a pretty big project that was long over due......
We had a little corner in the back yard that had become a BIG catch all ......if we didn't know where to put something.....we'd just throw it in the "corner"
You may want to cover your eye's before you scroll on to the next photo......lol!
I tried to warn you!!!!!
We took everything out of the corner. and lined it up in the yard....then we sorted it into groups. The biggest group was a collection of bird cages/ houses that my mother had collected over the years and some that I had added to her collection.
After everything was sorted, I began to start decorating the corner with what I had the most of.......birdcages.
I hung a couple on the lattice fence and scattered some around my wash tub flower pots.....
In addition to the bird cages, I added a few new things to the corner. I hung a Honey for sale sign that was a gift from one of my favorite cousins. She gave it to me a couple of years ago , so you may remember seeing it hung in the sun room.
To the left of the lattice work you can see how I married 2 of the larger cages and put them on a metal stand then I added a couple more metal cages to create a Birdcage vignette ......
H hung 1 of the bed post - ceiling fan blade dragon flies from the tree branches. I have another one but it needs some repairs so it won't be hung til those are finished.
H took the fence piece and lattice piece that formed the gate into the corner and put them together on the block fence.
We are still only about half thru with the project, the actual corner still needs a lot of work. So far all we've done in the corner is hang some old windows on the fence and some bird cages from the tree branches
Lot's of changes in the corner since last spring......you can see how H reconfigured the gate.....the John Deere garden cart found a new home....here's where it went.....http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2020/04/john-deere-goat-cart.html
See you soon with more progress on the "corner"!