This woman is multi talented and creates beautiful things out of recyclables.
I tried hard to photograph them.
I am much better with livestock and barns, so please bear with me as I give you a small tour of a real neat and crafty home.
These hard working farm hands are made of used cardboard.
The table was set for coffee and snacks. Farm kitchen style.
Old boots and pretty flowers.
If my muck boots ever wear out I now know what to do with them.
Thrift store finds.
These hens are made out of plastic milk jugs and newspaper.
A simple collection that makes the entire room into a rainbow when the sun hits the crystals.
Fabric art. Simple.
Do not throw your old shutters away!!!
Put them on each side of your head board.
I got 12 of them in the garage!
Her Pride and Joy.
Her #1 vehicle.
I noticed her neighbors ancient wooden silo and had to go sneak across the field to see if I could get a good shot of it.
Never seen one like this.
Heading home I saw these:
Its been a very sweet kind of day.
**Wooden silos are rare. Most have fallen down or rotted away. They are expensive to repair and are not as efficient as other means of storing silage. Finding one in pristine condition, such as this pig one, was a real surprise! Wooden silos in Vermont are usually 60-100 years old. I have a photo of one built in 1907 that I just discovered. Stay tuned!