Facebook Garden and Yard – ideas and pictures The group’s thread is flooded with more and more special and fun shots of creatures guarding the garden. Pets, hand-painted stones and scarecrows are on duty in the courtyards.
We put together seven of the funniest garden guards who are guaranteed to raise a smile to your lips and perhaps give ideas for your own garden.
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The thread has started Mia Karvisen Irmeli, assembled from a clothing model frame, urethane, kickball and flea market clothes, is on duty in the garden. Lady’s job is to protect the cherry trees in the yard from crows.
“The idea started when I saw a clothes rack on a flea trip. From the same place I found other tools for making Irku. ”
2. Scythe man
Katja Takkusen the garden is guarded by a menacing-looking but eventually gentle-exposed guy. According to Takkunen, the rogue is a good morning coffee company and a great listener who never objects.
The tuning is tired of terrace ice boards, forest finds, old forklift pallets and concrete powder.
“The man’s long-term dream has been to do this, and we realized it last fall together.”
Pena majailee Riikka Lahtinen Kytölä cottage in Lokakylki, Kannonkoski. The yard and garden are modified, built and cared for by recycling the old, so it was natural that Pena, built from extra stuff, was washed into the cottage as a caretaker.
The head and beard of the garden guard were born from an old squirrel toy for children, which was covered with an old curtain. The face was shaped by sewing with a needle and thread. The old men’s suit and Reino slippers come from the mother-in-law. Bicycles and an old bike rack were found in the cache of the barn.
“Pena’s job responsibilities include guarding the strawberry field and keeping an eye on the cottage yard. Winter time is a holiday when Pena is allowed to soak and flute in the barn. ”
4. Kaisa Kana
Piia Aalberg Kaisa chicken is a sociable incident. Kaisa moved into the Aalberg family to live last fall with rock rooster Andy. The chicken lady thrives best in the greenhouse, where she enjoys soaking the soil around the tomato seedlings.
5. Erkki and Hilma
Tarja Karjalainen o.s. Jakunahon the courtyard was guarded first by Erkki, then by Hilma. The idea for Erkki arose from the need to evict cats rotating in the area, guarding birds and squirrels fed in the yard.
“There were also a lot of squirrels flying in the yard, which we were afraid of eating red grapes from our bushes. In other words, the purpose was diverse. ”
Erkki was born from the unnecessary clothes found in the warehouse and a frame made of plastic pipes for the support structures of the old tarpaulin, on which the clothes were worn. The May Day mask ordered from the online store ended up giving the face a look.
“Erkki had been summers and winters in our yard for years, and when the frosts and summer heat did his job, the idea was to give a watch to a female figure who, after dressing and ordering a mask, looked like Hilma. Now that both have retired after years of service, the new idea still has to wait. ”
6. Sculptures and painted stone animals
Jenni Lautis causes ordinary natural stones to be transformed into animals by means of acrylic paint. Stone Friends, among other sculptures, end up guarding the courtyard.
“The painting of the stones started 15 years ago when I found a stone whose shape resembled a fox. I have been painting and drawing since childhood, so I got the idea to paint a fox on a stone. ”
7. Iita Isopää
Kaija Tähtipuro Iita Isopää, who lives in the yard, was born from old recycled goods. The materials used include an old foam mattress, a pillow, a hat made of ice yarns and used tights.
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