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April 12, 2012

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Doreen

HA HA HA HA......love looking at your blog first thing in the morning.Love your sense of humor :-)
Thanks for the ideas and tips! I have a few swirling in my head for our fence now.
Is that a big Camellia bush behind the fence? Noticed the pink in the pic.
Have a great weekend!

Renee

No way...of course I have bird seed in my chicken feeders. The hens and chicks look way better...genius strikes again...smiles...Renee

Musings from Kim K.

Brilliant! Absolutely love it. Must show my husband!

Kim G.

I've potted a chick feeder with succulents too, but didn't think of hanging it on the fence! Brilliant. I love that old sweet donkey too.

Nan

A clever thing to do with an old feeder. Leave it to you to think of a use !!

janet

Now, that's dang cute. Don't you love when things work out so smoothly?

m

That is really nice, I love the look of it. The hens and chicks are the perfect plant for that. Nice job!!

acorn hollow

very cute idea!
Cathy

Heather

Such a great idea!! LOve it! ;) xo Heather

chris mckinley

I love the chicken feeders. I hung one on my fence and set some chipped saucers in it!

Best to you chris

Kathy

The glavanized metal looks great against the fence. I have hens a chicks growing in the metal gutter on one of our garden sheds and it is amazing how they can survive there in so little soil. Love them!

Jill

Hen and chicks in a chicken feeder-- too cute! You clever girl!
Hugs,
Jill

Gloria

Love that!!!!

thriftmaven

well hee haw and a cluck plus to you too! what a clever girl you are!! handy husbands are a good thing too! (and handy junk waiting to be repurposed~genius!)

tammy

Oh what a blast from the past! When I was six years old I used to walk down the block with a donkey cart just like this in the front yard. The donkey was my marker to know to turn on that block. Fun post.

Tammh

Crystal

That is so clever and ironic! Love it!!!

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