It's hard to believe that these bright, cheerful sunflowers begin life as 55-gallon steel drums full of oil. Here is how the transformation takes place: First, Louis-Juste Omiscar's apprentices light a fire inside a used, empty drum to burn off residue. Once it's cooled, they cut and flatten it. Now it's ready for Louis-Juste. The Haitian artist uses a hammer, chisel, and other basic tools to cut, pound, and decorate the metal in a unique style he has developed over the years. After painting, a long-lasting, weatherproof finish is applied. And then a bit of Haitian sun is ready to beam upon your garden. Sales of Louis-Juste's beautiful metal art have enabled him to send his two children to school. He says that when he makes garden stakes, "It let me smile." Made by hand in Haiti.