Tuesday, June 26, 2018

creative

way to display flowers outside a school


25 comments:

  1. Excellent idea. Always good to teach children a bit about re-cycling.

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  2. Somebody must have thought how to keep the children out of it and found a solution. Nice.

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  3. Very nice done and pretty to look at.

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  4. Creativity almost everywhere we look . . .
    Happy little flower sight!

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  5. How fun! This makes such a joyful and bright photo. Wishing you and your wife a very nice day. I'm on a blog break, no need to return the visit.

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  6. A very novel way to "reduce, reuse, recycle." Looks like many disciplines are involved: art, math, environment, etc. The students must love it!

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  7. Recycling at it's prettiest Bill 🌼

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  8. Somebody had a good eye when they set this up.

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  9. Hi Bill.

    Looks funny these colored bands.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  10. Hi Bill! Nice to see you back. (I am catching up!). Love the flowers and re-purposing of the old tires.

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  11. How lovely and a great way to reuse some tires!

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  12. What a brilliant idea to use tires as plant pots.

    God bless.

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  13. ...what a great idea for the mountain of tires that are laying around.

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  14. Hola me ha gustado tu blog.

    https://anna-historias.blogspot.com/2018/06/perdido-entre-los-versos.html?m=1

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  15. Very pretty and of course wonderful way to recycle used tyres! Lovely shot!

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  16. That is such a clever idea, and it's really beautifully executed. I really like it! It looks like there are creative minds at that school.

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  17. Now that's different, and very pretty.

    All the best Jan

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  18. That's something you don't see every day. It's very creative and I like it!

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  19. I'm not much for tire planters, but have to admit that one is cute.

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