Crafting is good for the soul!

It all started with my backyard garden. My garden is more of a cottage garden and I wanted to decorate my garden with things I've made.

The items I craft are mostly recycled or as some like to call it, upcycled. I've enjoyed making these things so much that it's become a bit of a hobby. I would love to continue my craft, but let's face it, I can't put it all in my garden! So I decided that I'd try my hand at selling my items and help support my craft.

Also one of my favorite pastimes is knitting. I knit a lot of scarves so I've decided to start listing them as well.

*Proud member of Society of Knitters and Nutters. Learn more about our group at http://www.isokan.com

**I am a new seller on Zibbet, but I have had a shop with another online venue since Jan. 2012. I've been working hard to gain more online exposure so I decided to open a second shop with Zibbet. If you'd like to see a history of my sales and sale feedback/reviews for the past several years, please let me know and I can provide you a link to view that information.

I took this picture as an example of how my art displays in a garden setting.
In the midst of chaos lies creativity!
Inside display of my booth for St. Jude
Inside display of my booth for St. Jude

Recycled By Skattur - Garden Art and More

Welcome! I love creating art for the garden. I do this by recycling found objects and piecing them together to form garden art sculptures. I also love to knit and will have a shop section for my hand knit scarves.