My husband is amused at my side-interest outside the house, so he bought me some tube lights for the fake carriage:
I will do the back wheels later.
After 20 years of homesteading in Alaska, my father took up roots and packed up to move to Tasmania. When other shocked homesteaders asked him why he was doing this after 20 years, he said,
"it must be the gypsy in me."
I might build a gypsy wagon next time and put lights on it, like on the carriage.
I hope you are all well,
God Bless You,
To make this you will need,
A three sided garden arbor trellis of lightweight metal, with sections removed to make it shorter (discount garden centers, big box stores, etc)
4 large metal wreath forms (Fabric store, Hobby Lobby) for wheels
4-8 strands of plastic ivy garland. (dollar store)
4 ropes of white lights. (Walmart)
4 short rolls wire mesh decorative wide ribon to wrap wheels - Dollar Store
Outdoor extension chord (dollar store)
Vinyl wicker settee- discount stores
1 waterproof hobby horse
Look at Goodwill and second hand stores also for these ingredients.
You may also need small bricks or weights to hold the trellis firm at the base.
This would also look good on a front lawn but it is a lot of trouble to keep moving it when the lawn needs mowing.