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Although this could very well be a picture of me finding a new treasure at a favorite nursery, it's actually an illustration by David Catrow for a children's book called Plantzilla.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Wednesday Vignette


Tools of the trade. 

Stored under the eaves of an outbuilding where everything is visible and easy to access.  Makes an interesting collage, no?  From Fancy Fronds Nursery in Gold Bar, WA.  Wednesday vignette is sponsored by my pal Anna at Fluter and Hum.  Click on over there to see links to other Wednesday Vignettes!

16 comments:

  1. I love tool walls! I keep meaning to do this in my garage on a smaller scale... maybe this is finally the year? (Nice photo btw)

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    1. Thanks Alan. Yes, this is the year! Go for it!

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  2. I have a handful of old garden hand tools that I thought I might do something decorative with, but haven't gotten around to it yet. I love displays like this.

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    1. They'd look great on your fence or on the side of your shed!

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  3. Love it! I have one of those old shovels with a split wooden handle. It is an excellent shovel, and the wood is smooth as silk - wish they still made tools like they used to. (Gosh, I sound like an old grouch, don't I...?)

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    1. Welcome to the old grouch club. They used to make things to last!

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  4. I see some oldies but goodies there...

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  5. Wonderful! Combination of different texture, sizes, shapes - it's a Tools garden!

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  6. Makes me think of all the work that has been accomplished by those handsome old tools over the years.

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    1. Old things have untold histories that make them special.

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  7. I always wanted to hang up my own tools on the back wall of the garage like that; however, my husband objects.

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    1. Oh, those husbands with their yucca worries and tool wall objections...

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  8. I love this. Looks so down home and functional. And organized. Nothing like my tool "display" and I use that term loosely. :)

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