November 15, 2007

Holidays at GardenologyKC

We decided to put three trees up in the shoppe this year with each artist designing their fantasy tree. I knew immediately that my tree would be a bare frazier fir painted white with clear glass, silver and turquoise ornaments. I love it!!!

I searched for this tree for 8 months before I found the perfect shape and size. Someone's discarded tree from last December thrown in a ditch. My husband, Dan was in disbelief when I requested that he pick it up and paint it white for me. The effect is perfect.

Marcy's tree could only be a fairy themed tree. She loves faeries and made the most wonderful decoupage ornaments using vintage bottles containing images of faeries, vintage sheet music, and fairy dust. Her tree is filled with faeries, dragonflies, butterflies, fairy dust bottles, fairy homes, and birds.

Rebecca's tree is a celebration of the Midwest filled with feathered quail, glittered grapevine stars, pheasant feather wreaths, bearded wheat and dried sunflowers. It's gorgeous!

Perfect glittered nostalgic St. Nickolaus with decoupage metal votive cups in the background by Marcy. Let heaven and nature sing!

Look at these great owls made of all natural materials combined with this fabulous garland would look great in a foyer, along a staircase or in a child's room. We have owls in several different shapes and sizes.

A sweet statuary angel for your hearth.

St. Fiacre the patron saint of gardeners to bless your garden.

A garden fairy for your perennial garden.

Beautifully handcrafted tin angels that hold a votive in their hands.

All of the gals and artists at GardenologyKC extend our wish of peace and happiness for you and your family during the upcoming Holiday Season and New Year.

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