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  • Bloom Taliercio (Bloom)

    Rain Chains - Roger's Gardens - Often described as "jewelry for the house", these originally designed rain chains are made from copper, recycled glass, and various stones. Simply attach to your gutter drains or decoratively hang from the porch.

  • Heather Rorex

    Rain chains- Finaly a use for Morgan's rock collection

  • Rose Patton

    Elderberry Street: Rogers Gardens Visit - Rain chain ideas.

  • Lunara Alder

    Elderberry Street: Roger's Gardens Visit -- Rock Rain Chain -- Ooooh, how I want this! It's so pretty!

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This is lovely, I would love to cast a pine cone!