Loved it. It really took crafting to another dimension.
Get a load of this life size "crochetdermy" bear:
This fabulous dress made entirely of pins:
A giant gorilla made of hundreds of wire clothes hangers:
To quote the blurb in the programme "Making is the most powerful way that we solve problems, express ideas and shape our world. What and how we make defines who we are, and communicates who we want to be."
Mmmmmm. Quite who I "want to be" with this make, I dread to think......
Yes, dear readers, it's that time of year again when I show you my plastic bag Xmas wreath fashioned from a wire clothes hanger and strips of plastic bags (the transparent ones you find in the supermarket for fruit and veg). I know, I know, it's too exciting for words, isn't it?
Last year, it looked like this:
This year, I thought I'd spruce it up a bit and add a couple of glittery penguins and a pink flocked reindeer:
|Mr J and P thinks that I've "really gone and done it this time".|
At first, instead of the pink flocked reindeer, I had the pair of purple feathery wings that I showed you in this post. I'm happy, though, with the pink flocked reindeer. On the negative side, it does bang against the door when it's windy causing me to remark on more than one occasion "Who the devil is that at the door!". Mr J and P has also complained that he's been woken up more than once by the knocking reindeer.
|The offending "knocking" reindeer in close-up|
My, how we suffer for our Christmas creativity.
Bye everyone. Have a good one. xxxxxxxx