Sunday, April 26, 2009

Do you have one of these... The Tippy Claw Cultivator

It's Metamorphosis Monday

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The Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009

Do you own one of
these knuckle busters?

How about one of these back breakers?

Let me introduce you to the newest,
painfree, hardest working, loveliest,
sweetest, powerful, easiest to use
cultivator around.

The Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009

All you need to get started is a
neglected area from last summer that
never got finished.

Secondly you rake all of

last winters leaves away
to reveal the
hardened drought-ridden Georgia clay.

Next you just simply point
to areas that you want
cultivated and your
Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009
takes over immediately.

Got big roots ?
Pish Posh..
No Problemo for the
Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009.
It will chew right through those
pesky roots.

Ever accidently tilled up a plant that
you wanted to keep in your garden?
No Problemo
with this handy work horse.

The Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009
only likes to work in the dirt.
So no more chopped up

Now that the ground
is all nice and soft again..
It's time to think about adding a lil color.

Ahhhh .. a nice assortment of color.
36 little beauties just waiting
to be put in the ground.
What's that?
You expect me to dig how many

No Worries!
The Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009
can dig small holes too.

Just point..
Give the command..
" Tippy Get Chippy "
and off it goes

Now just place your plant in the hole..
and cover.

Would you like to add some of your
new color in between
some pre-existing daylillies?
But you're just to lazy to
hunt down that
never where it's suppose to be
spade-shovel-cultivator thingie?
Well.. again no problem.
Remember I told you..
The TCC 2009
only likes the dirt..
No harm to the greenery.


Most Importantly
You can call that

spade-shovel-cultivator thingie
all day long and it won't
come to you when you call it's name
like the Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009 will.

Plus it likes to sit and admire
it's work as it waits
patiently for Her next command.

This is Ashley's end of the year

project for her FFA class.
She was to pick a gardening
project to start and complete on her own
without the help of any grown-ups.

I think she did a great job..
for a lil greenhorn.
But she couldn't have done it
without the help of her
bestest 9 year old friend..
Ahem.. I mean..
The Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009.

Have an AWESOME week Everybody!

Thank You Susan for
graciously hosting this
fun event!

Thank You For Visiting
Have A Blessed Day,



  1. Tippy is so darling! And very talented!

    I just joined the Show & Tell Friday.

  2. Is Tippy on the Rent-to-Own plan? I need him here for our Missouri clay! This is just great. You made us all smile.


  3. What a cute post! What does Tippy charge for all that labor? I think he deserves a good belly rub!

    Pretty flowers too!


  4. That Tippy is one smart dog, and it looks as though he has a pretty good helper also. Tell Ashley good luck with her project, She sure has worked hard. This was such A SWEET POST.

  5. Believe it or not, I have one of those. I have to be careful with it though. It starts on its on and just takes off!

    Loved this - and what a great job on her project!

  6. Oh that is adorable...I need me one of those! lol I loved this post and i hope everything just flourishes for your daughter and her little tippy! lol lol Thanks so much for coming by and for the sweet comment...I hope you and yours have a glorious weekend!

  7. Hi Debbie...

    Just read the sweet note that you left on my little music happy that you stopped by and thank you for your sweet comments!!!

    Girl, what a delightful post!!! I thoroughly enjoyed each and every word and photo!!! I laughed and laughed...thanks for the putting a smile in my heart! Your Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009 is by far...the most awesome garden tool that I've ever seen!!! Precious...simply precious!!! Wow...with Tippy's help, Ashley really transformed that area in your backyard! It looks beautiful!!! I wish her the best with her FFA project...looks like it's going to be a winner!!!

    Thanks for sharing...hmmm, I'm going to have to start looking for my very own Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009!!! Hehe!!!

    Warmest wishes,

  8. Oooh I want one! Great post! Hey I have an award for you over at my place...check it out! You deserve it!

  9. LOL! That is to adorable! It looks like it turned out beautiful!

  10. That's the cutest garden instrument I have ever seen, lol ! How practical, my cats also dig holes but never there where I want (and then they use it to fill it up !)

  11. Cute, Cute post! =0))

    Thanks for coming by and commenting on my transformation.
    We are adding more things every day to our outdoor display in front of the store. I'll post more pics as we go.

    Barbara Jean

  12. LOL!

    Love it :)

    Thanks for sharing.

  13. An absolute fun post. I enjoyed every word of it. Thanks for the smile!

  14. What a cute post and the garden looks really lovely.

    Happy Pink Saturday
    from the Raggedy Girl-Roberta Anne

  15. Love it!! So cute and so funny. I tagged you check it out!

  16. Now that is the best post I have read all month. I can't stop smiling. I live in GA too and I was wondering if I could borrow your cute little Tippy Claw Cultivator:)

  17. What a cute post. I need to borrow Tippy. Love all the flowers, they look gorgeous. Enjoy. Hugs, Marty

  18. Hilarious! Very funny and cute, too!

  19. May I reserve Tippy for next weekend? Pretty please?

    Hugs from Eventually Cottage!

  20. Aw, I love this! I want a Tippy! Well, I think my Chloe Dawn would get jealous! But maybe Tippy could teach her to dig - well, maybe not!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  21. Awww! Tippy is so cute! How much does he charge per hour? ;)

  22. What a cutie! That is so sweet - and the flowers look beautiful, too. Tell you what, you bring Tippy over here to plant my flowers and I'll organize your pantry...hee hee hee. Linda

  23. Too cute :-) I need one of those Tippy hole diggers -- our dogs only seem to dig where the roots of existing plants are. Maybe Tippy could have a chat with them and straighten them out ;-)

    Isn't spray painting fun?! You should try a bright colour on some of your planters. Worst thing that happens is you decide you don't like bright, and you just spray them another colour :-)

    Kelly @ DesignTies

  24. That is hilarious! What a sweet little doggie!

  25. And best part of all....its American made! LOL I sure could have used one of those Tippy Claws this weekend! My four "tippy claws" just walked around us meowing and wanting a tummy scratch. *roll eyes* Tell your daughter she did a great job and the garden turned out beautifully.
    Have a great week...Blessings, Barb

  26. I need Tippy to teach my Jesse how to do that!!!

  27. Awww, Tippy is such a little cutie pie & a hard little worker! Ashley did a great job too! ☺♥☺ Diane

  28. That is hilarious! Mine don't dig (probably a good thing). They just like to roll in grass and get all dirty. Sigh.

  29. that is soooo funny!
    what a good little helper he is...

  30. Debbie, you are a HOOT! What a fun post - I so enjoyed reading it and the rest of your blog. Your Prince Charming reminds me alot of my own Prince Charming. LOL!!

  31. Too cute! I do hope the TCC 2009 knows when to stop--at least until the project is done for Ashley!

  32. Loved, loved, loved your post. This definately put a smile on my face for the day. Thank you for your charaming post. Soooooo cute.

    Carolyn, N FL

  33. What a blog. I had a blast looking through everything.

  34. Great post!. What a big helper you have.

    Enjoy your day,

  35. This was such a funny post and your flowers are beautiful!

  36. How ADORABLE!!! If only my dog would dig where I want her too.. sigh!

  37. That's just too funny. But wait until sweet little Tippy digs your plants back up! Hope not...

  38. I need to train Gizmo - he could wear down those nails that he refuses to let be trimmed. (We've been banished for life from Petsmart grooming...).

    What breed is Tippy? She looks a little like my Giz (part rat terrier, part Basenji, part ???).


  39. Yes, yes, I have one of these! But, I think yours is much better! What is good about these is that you don't even have to look for where you laid just sit there and call...and it comes to you!
    How much does one as good as yours cost? Definately looks like a better model..and I think mine is just a lotta fur..I mean flash! Thanks for the tip!! LOL

  40. Your post is so cute! It's great to have such a helper :0)

    Thank you for visiting.

  41. I think you need to patent the Tippy Claw Cultivator! It's brilliant. May I borrow it? My spaniels don't like getting dirt under their fingernails. :-)

    Lovely, funny post -- thanks!

  42. Debbie..I just wanted to take a second and thank you for deciding to follow my blog. I so appreciate that! :)
    What a fun blog you have!

  43. Janis@An Inspired LifeTuesday, April 28, 2009

    Wish I had a Tippy Claw Cultivator, I'm planting a tree today.

    Glad you checked out my "loo re-do"....have a super week.

  44. Debbie, What a cute post and even cuter doggie. I want one. Kathi

  45. How adorable! I need Tippy services! Now all you need is a Billy Mays doing your Tippy Claw Cultivator 2009 commercial and you're set! lol I really enjoyed your post! :)
    Ps. Thanks for commenting on my blog which brought me to yours! Off to check out more of your posts!


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