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Fun Finds April 2018

Author: Lori A. Johnson
Issue: April, 2018, Page 124
can you DIG IT?Scottsdale-based artist Cindy Wolf combs yard and estate sales in search of old shovels, then transforms them into artistic depictions of nature. Hand-designed, no two shovels are alike, but the designs are typically centered around images of birds, dragonflies or flowers. The plasma-cut metal implements can bring a rustic feel to your backyard garden with their authentic wear and tear. $50 (southwestgardener.com)

JUST ADD SANDWICHESSpring in Arizona brings perfect alfresco weather and the Dorset Picnic Basket is a stylish option for desert dining. Available in three color options, it includes ceramic plates, cotton napkins, wine glasses and stainless steel silverware for four, as well as a food cooler, insulated wine pouch, no-spill salt and pepper shakers, and more. All that’s missing is food and a picturesque location. Blanket and coffee set options are also available. Starting at $230 (shopboxhill.com)
wondrous weaveSifas’ woven furniture is ready to resist the Arizona summer sun and monsoon season. Water-repellent polyester is hand-braided around an aluminum frame for a sleek, elegant appearance. Cushions are available in a variety of colors and fabric options. Collection includes armchair, lounge chair, settee and coffee table. $1,265-$3,145 (sifas.com)


LET IT SHINEExpandable lanterns with water-activated LED lights are a safe alternative to candles. Available in more than 30 different designs, the plastic lanterns are collapsible for easy storage—just empty the water out and air-dry. Each set of four includes shatterproof luminarias, LED candles and batteries. $13 (modgy.com)

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