I want to thank everyone for the sweet comments about my marbles from yesterday. I wanted to share them, but felt they needed their story told. A part of my story told. A small part. Here is a close up. There's also some broken terra-cotta pots as well. The woman who lived here until the end of her days was a gardener. But she did this odd thing of burying pots in the garden. Now I come along and weed and pull up bits of broken pots. So I collect them here, that way the puppies don't step on any of it. Not my prettiest picture but I like it. Makes me smile 😊#garden#marbles#terracotta#brokenterracotta#brokenterracottapots#outdoordecor#outdoorspaces
a small sampling of my plant bbys 💕✨💐 I have never been able to keep plants alive before so the fact that I now have a growing collection of terra-cotta pots and a flower bed is blowing my mind!!!! #happyyogi#gardening#veggies#flowers#succulents
Also!! Thank you @_thatssolina for my lovely lavender bby!! It's grown up so well 😭😍
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One brand of paint.
When you sign up for our Annie Sloan Chalk Paint 101 class you'll learn a modern/smooth finish, a two-color distress finish and a color/white wash finish and you'll get hands on instruction on these cute pots for your home.
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Stone Armor, Terracotta Army Exhibit, Pacific Science Center, Seattle. . "Armor For Eternity / In real life, some soldiers wore armor made of leather plates sometimes coated with lacquer - sturdy, yet lightweight, in battle. Suits of amor, such as this one, found in a pit near the First Emperor's tomb mound are made of stone - too heavy and fragile to be worn in real life, but likely to last an eternity. Each suit weighs about 40 pounds." 221 BCE