The California Crafters Club of Etsy (CCCOE) is a group of independent artists, crafters, & artisans from California who sell their wares on Etsy.com.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

In the Garden

April showers brought May flowers and now gardens are full of June blooms. Here are some fanciful finds for you and your garden. Already forget what you planted? Here are some great reminders from Pretty Paris.

Don't forget your four legged furry friends! Let them chew on this handmade eggplant dog toy from Wags and Wiggles.

Need a little music to help you relax? This adorable Dolphin Wind Chime from Copper Unique should do the trick.

No garden is complete without a bird feeder. Check out this one from Lean Dog Pottery.

After a long day gardening you are bound to be covered with dirt. Try Pacific Paradise Soap Amazing Gardener's Soap with Shea Butter, Mango Butter, Super Fine Pumice and Clay.

No time or space to garden? No worries, this print from Jane Elizabeths is all you need.

Don't forget to brag about your garden and gardening skills with all your friends. Send them these adorable note cards from Sophie n Me.

10 comments:

  1. Very well put together. So many lovely and creative items!

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  2. Totally looks like summer! Great post! I love that eggplant!

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  3. Love the garden creations. Perfect!

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  4. I like the garden theme and these wonderful items to cheer me up from the June gloom :)

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  5. Great post! Now southern ca just need a little sunshine! lol
    Thank you for including my garden markers!!

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  6. Great post! I'm out in the garden every morning now. It's been a wonderful spring here in So Cal....

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  7. Love it! Inspires me to go out in the yard and get it pretty. Love Lean Dog Potterys bird feeder :)

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  8. Feels like summer! Beautiful garden picks!

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  9. A timely & wonderful post! PacificParadiseSoap is my favorite handmade soap!

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