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    Add some beautiful color to your garden with this Bead Buster Garden Stake. Made with some colorful beads and an old wire hanger, this lovely garden ornament is a great way to add some color to your home before the flowers bloom.
    May 29, 2015
    Tamara from Etcetorize

    beaded garden decoration

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    9 comments

    • Jeanette McGlothin

      Bead Buster Garden Stake | A great way to add both color and sparkle to your garden or yard. A touch of whimsy that makes young and old smile! Great craft to do with kids its fun and easy!

    • Judi

      beaded garden decoration Great one to do with the grandkids then give to mom for mothers day

    • Teresa Tanner

      beaded garden decoration - Recycle wire hangers and add some color to your garden!

    • Suellen Barto

      beaded garden decoration yep, need to add this to my garden flowers!

    • Lisa

      Bead Buster Garden Stake Perfect garden craft to do with the kids!

    • Jenny Spears

      beaded garden decoration-maybe with wordless book colors?

    • Carrie Ott

      beaded garden decoration Looks like fun for the kids!

    • Manda Slaybaugh

      beaded garden decoration favcrafts.com

    • linda dixon

      Bead Buster Garden Ornament

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