My prized possession - a vintage, chippy Mary garden statue that I found in a NH junktique shop last year (and on sale, too!)...
A little stone bird, from Target, living among the flowers in the garden birdcage (or is it bird cage - 2 words?).
A little fleur-de-lis adornment (from Wal Mart) for the top of the cage. I think it dresses it up nicely.
This little garden angel has been around since my primitive days...
She's been a steadfast friend, watching over our little garden for many, many years as her distressed wood attests to.
My biggest, heaviest wabbit; he lives on the patio. All our "Chips" enjoy sitting on top of his ears. I'll share those photos when I do my next "Chip" post.
Our little hedgehog (all cracked open in the back, but that doesn't seem to bother him so I don't let it bother me either)...
An old (but not yet vintage) lantern that was probably meant to hold a large candle. I like using it as a planter.
Littly bunny foo-foo is a little flower pot stake that I picked up at Wal Mart several years ago.
A very cute, short, round bunny that I got at a craft fair many, many years ago.
Mr. Tweet, who came from The Christmas Tree Shop a few years ago.
Mrs. Tweet, a little bit smaller, bought the same day.
A little garden turtle that I bought for Court so she'd always remember her box turtle, Nike, that she had when she was younger.
Rascally Rabbit, still down in the backyard chasing those flamingos around...
Rusty, a little bird who lives in our garden.
The "other" stone rabbit (because there can only be one original stone rabbit... Dana, my SR would LOVE to get together with your SR any time! Maybe we could have baby stone rabbits!)
The welcome bird, just picked up this year (Wal Mart I think?)...
I call this little guy David the Gnome becuase my girls used to watch that cartoon all the time when they were little. He was a Christmas present from a good friend (which is why he's holding a candy cane, but he's too cute to only come out at Christmas time, so he never gets packed away).
A happy little bunny from The Christmas Tree Shop....
Another bunny from The Christmas Tree Shop (not quite as happy as the other guy, but since his back has cracked I guess we know why!)
Rustic little church birdhouse on a stake which is strictly for decoration as no birds have ever used it.
I have a thing for chipmunks (Chips) so when I spotted these guys in the dollar section of Target this year I grabbed two - one for each corner of the deck.
One of two cherub "curtain rod holders" that I picked up at a church rummage sale a couple of years ago. I just use them for decoration out on our deck.
A little stone birdbath (with a broken rim, so it doesn't hold much water anymore), but I like to just set it out between plants.