Thursday, March 15, 2018

Dreamy Bohemian Garden Spaces II

Dreamy.
Exotic.
Magical.
Ethereal. 


...Something that glimmers and shines, colored glass, little pops of unexpected paint colors, mixes of different tones of metals and patinas, mixing shiny with worn, and of course, organic natural textures and colors of grass and stone...


Take a look at these dreamy Bohemian garden spaces and I think you'll agree - they're out of this world...

Wouldn't you love to live here? 


Create a mosaic with stained glass or beach glass scraps. Smooth the edges of the glass with a glass grinder, or put the pieces in a rock tumbler to create your own homemade faux beach glass. Use the pieces in a mosaic, like this one done in stone and concrete. 



Gems, stones and crystals for bees & butterflies to land and drink via gardening choice



Handmade windchime garden bell from earthwindstoneware.com



Heart shaped bird bath via


Suncatcher from Willowtreeloft on Etsy



Paint or mosaic some garden stones. (here's how) Image via Julie Satamura via Dunn Gardens



You can make your own awesome colored glass garden window with glass gems and stained glass scraps. Use a strong adhesive that dries clear, such as E6000 to adhere the glass & gems to an old window.



Bell tree on copper with wire, beads, and bells from Lakeside



Rock garden spiral


Wire cloud with stained glass droplets


Unique garden design




Which do you like best?


Have a great week!
Laura

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5 comments:

  1. The heart shaped bird bath is just genius - will be trying this asap!

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  2. Прекрасни снимки, благодаря!Хубава седмица и на Вас , пожелавам!!!

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  3. It's all great! But I am in love with the lounging fairy lady there at the end.
    :) gwingal

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  4. Love your Bohemian glass and gem window. Trying to create on an old window removed from my house but have numerous spaces between glass pieces and gems. Any advise on how to fill spaces to max with keeping a nice flow? Thanks.

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    1. What adhesive are you using? I'm guessing something clear such as E6000? My answer: Fill the smaller spaces with GLASS BEADS :)

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