Rustic Garden Angel

Rusty Salvage comes together in a heavenly body...

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You may be like me, hoarder of all things rusty; I'll use that one day, you promise your spouse.

Rustic Garden Angel watching over your garden...

Here's a fun way of using your stash of rusty junk that you've got hidden away - you won't want to hide this Rustic Garden Angel!

Gather your supplies; a couple of wire sock stretchers, two little metal castors off an old bed frame, wire fence staples, some little spoons, wire and a piece of weathered wood start off this project. 

Don't be afraid to think outside the box; the sock stretchers make perfect wings, but you can use almost anything; rusty saw blades, a shutter, piece of driftwood; use your imagination...

Click on any of the photos below to open the gallery; eclectic collection, for sure...
Attaching the 'wings' with staples...
Next, the halo...
I'm especially fond of the feet...
Button Flowers, clasped in the spoon hands are the final touch...

Don't be intimidated by this project; you can't go wrong, and every mistake is just an opportunity to come up with innovative ways to do it differently next time. 

Garden crafts made with junk are all unique and completely your own, making your garden stand out from the crowd.

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