Monday, 15 April 2013

Buy Handmade Gifts..... for the garden

Good morning everyone!

How exciting, it looks like spring is finally gracing us with it's presence!  I can imagine people were flocking to their gardens and parks so I decided that I would start the handmade gift series again with a garden inspiration.

Please note that I have not included the postage prices on these and where I have linked to Etsy stores the prices are approximate given from their currency converter! 

The birds and the bees, wild thyme

 A beautiful bird box and bee hotel available from Wudwerx
Picture courtesy of Wudwerx's folksy store.

Malaysian oak planter (reclaimed)
 Unique oak planter available from Arte Provera Crafts

Picture courtesy of Arte Provera Craft's folksy store

Ceramic vegetable markers

A great way to keep track of your vegetable plot with these cute markers available from Juliet Reeves Designs

Picture courtesy of Juliet Reeves Designs' folksy store

Night gardening lanterns

Solar powered hanging lanterns available from Treasure Again

Picture courtesy of Treasure Again's Etsy store

Garden dibber

As a non gardener I had never come across one of these before, but I am informed that they are great for planting seeds and bulbs.  This one is available from Crochettess

Picture courtesy of Crochettess' Etsy store

Vintage boot scraper

You certainly wouldn't mind muddy boots if you could clean them on this pretty scraper, available from Reudes Trouvailles 

Picture courtesy of Reudes Trouvailles' Etsy store

Gardening kit

This is a cute little kit with all you need to start growing plants available from Roses and Raspberries

Picture courtesy of Roses and Raspberries' Etsy store

A garden metal bird called Bob

This would be a cute addition to any garden post and is available from Down to Earth

Picture courtesy of Down To Earth's Folksy store

Wine bottle garden planter

A great way to showcase plants available from Bottle Gardens

Picture courtesy of Bottle Gardens' Etsy store

Ceramic wind chimes

Listen to the therapeutic sound of wind chimes hanging from a tree in your garden, available from Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics

Picture courtesy of Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics' Folksy store

Well I hope you've liked my little selection!  Enjoy the sunshine and here's hoping it lasts.

Until next time
 Amanda xx

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