Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Terra Cotta Flowerpot Art

Dollywood has a great assortment of Flowerpot art, scattered around the park.  Although they look complicated, most can be built using wood blocks for dividers/spacers and rope to tie together.  Some of the standing statuary would probably require some glue and dowel rods or rebar for support. 

This guy has Chickens on his head.  He would love to join Barb's Rooster Party in August. 

Look at that big Southern hair.  Wonder what kind of product she uses?

I'm adoring M. Giraffe

Another angle of the Chicken Boy.

Going for a swing, this guy was about 10 feet off the ground in the tree tops. 

This snake is guarding all the goodies in the bakery.  They have a lot of really scrumptious items in there and he is the only thing that kept me out, which was a good thing for both of us.

This guy might be my favorite...he is black and white afterall and is just too cute.  Love his vine mane and tail.

I'm joining Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer for her fun weekly party - Outdoor Wednesdays.  Thanks Susan for hosting.  Please click on the link to visit Susan and see all the wonderful posts. 

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Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

How cute are they?! I love the zebra!

Unknown said...

SO CREATIVE, and cute! I have never seen anything like this EVER... thanks for sharing. Jenn

LV said...

I have never seen such a great idea using clay flower pots. Yours are simply adorable. Loved your post.

southerninspiration said...

Love the zebra!!!


Julie Harward said...

This is so cute..I loved the Zebra..it would be fun to do this in a yard! :D

Ms.Daisy said...

I only saw the clay pots used this way one time and I loved it then and I love it now! Thanks for the tour and for stopping by and saying hi!


Mary said...

Love the giraffe & the zebra :-)

Theresa said...

OMG! Too cute! Love all of those sweet decorations! Have a blessed day Anita! HUGS!

Ms. Bake-it said...

Oh my goodness! Too doggone adorable! I was going to say "Chicken Boy" was my favorite but then I saw the Zebra and Giraffe. So creative and fun! Thanks for the tour of the Terra Cotta Flowerpot Art in Dollywood.

~ Tracy

Linda said...

What cute things will they think of next! I loved the zebra! Thanks for sharing!

kayellen said...

How cute is that!!
what a fun destination :)))

The Zebra and Giraffe are sooooo cute!!!

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

Kay Ellen

Joyce said...

These are all the cutest ever!