Garden Art, Glass Flowers, Bird Feeders and More

175 Sales


Garden Art, Glass Flowers, Bird Feeders and More

175 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars

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Sherry (aka Skattur)

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Sherry (aka Skattur)


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5 out of 5 stars
Melissa Kelley

Melissa Kelley on Aug 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
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I love this!!!!!!! Cannot wait to get it hung up. Thank you!!


melodyec on Jun 4, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
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Wonderful combo of repurposed plates! Love the colors, thank you!


dcboyd on May 3, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
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Beautiful plate flower! I actually hung it up in our kitchen. Shipping was right on time!

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Crafting is good for the soul, and can be a good business too!

I've always loved doing crafts, but I never really thought about selling them. I have my sister to thank for that idea.

My sister wanted to start a crafting group, so we did. Then she decided we needed to sell all these wonderful handmade items we'd crafted. So...I created a website for our group and we started doing local craft fairs.

It was our first craft fair that lead me to start selling on Etsy. I didn't realize it at the time, but the fair we were doing, was with a local Etsy Team.

My first craft fair went well and my handcrafted items were selling. I was so excited that other people liked my crafted items, and it inspired me to continue.

My Garden Art Sculptures - My Garden art started because, I really enjoyed making garden art sculptures for my own garden. It's a craft/hobby that I've found myself getting totally obsessed with. Who knew stacking ceramic and glass pieces could be so addictive!

My knitted scarves - I love to knit. There is something very relaxing about it. My knitting focus has been mainly scarves. I love mixing and matching the colors and textures of yarns. It's always rewarding to see the finished product.

Crafting is a joy for me...seeing how much others like what I craft is just as much a joy, and it all leaves me feeling very blessed.


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  • Sherry aka Skattur

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    My love for crafting is what started it all. During the day I make my garden art. At night, I sit on the couch with my husband, watch TV, and do one of my other favorite pastimes, Knit.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 6, 2014
Welcome...I'm so happy you're here!

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Currently all payments are through PayPal.
We currently only offer shipping to the Continental United States.

•We can ship to Alaska, but shipping cost will vary based on location and current shipping prices. A Buyer must contact the shop owner before purchase of any orders being shipped to Alaska.

•We do not ship to Hawaii or Puerto Rico addresses at this time.

•We do not ship to P.O. Boxes, APO or FPO addresses at this time.

For additional information regarding shipping methods, and upgrades please contact shop owner.

Most glass orders are shipped through FedEx or with the US Postal Service; I will notify you when the box is shipped and provide a tracking number.


I do not like to combine shipping on my garden art. My goal is not to make money off of shipping but to get your garden item purchase, to you, as safely as possible.
Refunds and Exchanges
I offer a refund or exchange on items that have been damaged during shipping. If an item is damaged during shipping, photos will be required of item and box. These photos will be needed to file an insurance claim.

If a Buyer is not satisfied with purchase, a refund or exchange is possible. A Buyer has 48 hours, after receiving an item, to contact me regarding a return. In the event of a return, the item must be returned in its original packaging. The Buyer is responsible for the return shipping charges, insurance fees, and tracking fees.

When the returned item has been received and determined to be in the original shipping condition, a refund will be issued minus Etsy and/or PayPal fees and the initial shipping expenses.
Additional policies and FAQs
The materials used for my garden art are vintage, and found glassware and they may not be in absolutely perfect condition. Part of the purpose of my garden art is to use cast away objects and the fact that they are imperfect is why I use them. Instead of throwing them away I want to use them to make something beautiful! And to my buyers I say thank you! I'm so happy you can see, as I do, that these imperfect cast away items can be beautiful, unique works of art!