The Log Owl

Categories: Garden Projects and Whimsy.

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Last year I made an owl out of recycled bits and pieces.  I originally used an old cutting board but over the year it split in half and I had to rethink the project.  Here is what the recycled owl looked like at the beginning and the end of gardening season last year. Click the link to see how I made it.

my whimsical owl at craftygardener.ca

The pieces were all taken off and then fastened onto a log.  So here is the new member of the Stumpy Family.  The log also has a hole drilled into the top and I added a solar light.

my whimsical owl at craftygardener.ca.

Stumpy owl sits on the corner of the fence garden along with another member of the Stumpy Family.  And if you look carefully you can see another member beside the shed door.

my whimsical owl at craftygardener.ca

Do you use old logs in your garden?

my whimsical owl at craftygardener.ca

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  1. Kea

    I love Stumpy Owl! You re-created him (or her) it a great way, it looks terrific. I do see another member of your stumpy family, she’s sporting a hat (or is it a he?) and a wide smile. Cute! 🙂

  2. That’s cute. It would be a whole lot quicker than painting the three rock frogs I want for the corner of my front float. – Margy

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