Friday, July 8, 2011




Yard art...
I enjoy seeing what other's put on display...
these are a few things I ran across on a walk...

what is the most outlandish yard art you've seen?


13 comments:

texwisgirl said...

i always think it's funny when folks use bathtubs and toilets (especially when placed together) as flower beds.

Darla said...

Toilets! The yard art you have featured today is cute.

Diana Ferguson said...

Wow! So agree with the previous comments. Toilets!

Janie said...

The frogs are really cute.
Along the lines of others' comments, someone in our area features an old outhouse collection! Actually, I think it's kind of interesting, historically speaking.

Zoey said...

I think toilets are pretty outlandish...I don't like bathtubs either, unless they are sunk in the ground and filled with water.

Flora said...

Cool...Well we were at Chloride AZ... (I think thats the state it is in?? Sorry about that!?) Anyways...it is a ghost town and you should see their yard art..all SORTS of things used for Yard Art...and things just stacked.... very interesting...you have to see it some would say junk piles...but cool.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Love the yard art!!!! have a great weekend!

Linda Chapman said...

A fellow blogger uses empty wine bottles as a border in her back yard flower garden. I think that is a great idea!! I think it was May from May Days.

mumsysramblings said...

The most outlandish yard art I have seen that comes to mind right now is two large 'Sponge Bob Square Pants' figures. In my opinion the frogs in your pictures would be much better. Hugs

Linda Hoye said...

I love yard art too!

Farmchick said...

I have witnessed a huge M&M man (yellow) in a yard. Seriously....

Cherrie said...

In the kids movie "Gnomeo and Juliet" they have a toilet in the yard with the gnomes! Cute movie Nicky and I have watched it about 10 times! lol

In my late boyfriends yard he had Knights Armor it was pretty cool and I have never seen one like it since.

missing moments said...

A local at our island home has a zillion plastic beach buckets and shovels displayed on her wire fence surrounding her home ... just a big too much!