Art, textiles, objects and oddities made by catherine mcever
That is a cool idea for a hanging basket, just drill a hole in the stone for a plantpot.Thanks for your inspiration on this blog :D
The above would make a great hanging basket as Angela suggested, not sure whether they would make an effective wind-chime though?! Any idea on where you can buy these?
The point of this entire blog is that you cannot buy these or anything else on the blog - it's all stuff you can't have. But...you are encouraged to go out and make your own.
Wow, I'm loving your creative use of objects to create something totally original and funky!What a fabulous idea to recycle objects and make your own 'wall art'.The real beauty is that it costs you nothing (or very little), and you'll have something that no one else has - plus it's something that you made from your own bare hands.I'm going to have a root around the garage, loft and garden to see what I can make...
This just goes to show how people who are creative can find ways to pretty much work with anything. I love this! The resourcefulness is genius. I think I might go and try this with other found objects.
The hanging stones are inspirational. I'm working on a backyard garden with waterfall, etc. I've had to move lots of stones around the last few days to get the aesthetics just right. Some of them would be perfect for "hanging stones" to set around the small pond and waterfall. Thank you for the inspiration!
How do you ever think of things like that? Very cool...very creative. I have to show my neighbor she will make a whole bunch of hanging rocks...Jess StantonWebmaster, BestPanicAttackCure.comAnxiety Treatment