Posted by: Brenda Kula | August 18, 2008

A Touch Of Rust


This set of windchimes from The Garden Deva in Tulsa has rusted beautifully.

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  1. Love the rusty theme, I actually like the color of rust.
    I had to smile when you said it was muggy, ha you should come here for a break ,I had to wear a sweater in the house today and SOCKS its so cold, I turned off both AC’s brrr. I can feel the fall coming and that means snow yuk yuk yuk
    Diane

  2. Thank you for stopping by my blog today and leaving such a nice comment. 🙂 I love your birdhouses. I have a few scattered in and about my garden as well. I also love it when items get all rusty in the garden. It gives the garden a feeling of timelessness.

  3. Hello friend…’rust’ is one of my favorite colors!! lol I love the birdhouses! Thanks so much for coming by my place…hope you have had a great day…please come back anytime!

  4. Hi Brenda,
    I love the colors of rust too! It’s funny how something some people would put in the trash can add so much to a garden! I really like all your garden photos.
    Diane

  5. Rust is one of favorite shades. It adds character & a wonderful patina to an object.

  6. I love the water cooler. What do you mean 60’s; I think we used one on into the 80’s. Brenda, let’s load up and take a road trip NORTH to see Diane. I’ll pack the socks and be ready in 10 minutes!

  7. love your rusty stuff. Of course I love rust!!!(-:

  8. Loved your post…the bird house was darling. Thank you for your birthday wishes!! 🙂

    *hugs*

  9. i love rust!! maybe it’s just because you have to wait for it lol!

    thanks for popping by my blog…

    Sarah

  10. love rust!

    thanks for popping by my blog too…

  11. I’ll take anything crusty and rusty and dingy! Nice photos, and thank you for visiting me yesterday with such a beautiful comment;) Nice to meet you!

  12. I am a huge rust fan—on metal! I don’t like the rust that has attacked my body parts of the years—things that creak when they didn’t used to! 🙂

    I have a tag for you on my post today–only if you want to or have the time. Dana

  13. I loved the final quote! I must right that down 🙂

    I love your rust, too! One of my favorite patinas.

  14. I loved the final quote! I must right that down 🙂

    I love your rust, too! One of my favorite patinas.

  15. I loved the final quote! I must right that down 🙂

    I love your rust, too! One of my favorite patinas.

  16. I love rust. It’s so…rustic? Truly, it hints at days gone by, of different eras, and seems to add a sense of age and mystery to anything it touches.

  17. In case I haven’t told you Brenda, I will be participating in “Where Bloggers Create”.

    Love your rusted stuff!

    Gretchen

  18. Rust is a good thing, Brenda, and often a pleasing color in a waning sunset. The older I get, the more I appreciate the complex hue.

  19. I love your rustic items. I’m thinking I might be able to find a couple of items around the house too. xoxo, Joanna

  20. love that rusty look!

  21. Now that I’m older and wiser…ahem… I now have fondness on anything rusty. There something about it that is really pleasing to the eyes.

    Have a great day. Thanks for the lovely comments on my new couch, Brenda!

  22. Lovely…rust…who would have thought we would crave rusty things? I love the orange/brown/red colors, thank you
    for sharing!

  23. Well, honey, I looked at Sara’s blogging badge and thought that I so liked Everyday Women in Everyday Spaces. I guess you can’t please everyone, but I think it’s great you pleased me. ha,ha. I took a brave picture of my creative space at this moment.
    xxxooo


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