Taking the cue from Ed's previous post, about the small door installed on a tree
I made one, with a few extras, to fit between tree roots:
It's been donated to the Master Gardeners for their fund raiser, coming up April
On Wednesday, April 3, 2013 9:07:00 PM UTC-6, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Yep, it was fun. And similarly as the response to the San Francisco door w
as, part of the fun is knowing/anticipating the positive response it will g
et, later. I've had similar anticipated and resulting responses from child
ren who have recieved the child rockers I donate to fund raisers and to chi
ldren, of poverty status, to whom I give chairs to.
On Thursday, April 4, 2013 12:36:17 AM UTC-6, Upscale wrote:
d on it.
Yep, any little tidbit of accessory or "something different" appeal, to pro
mote catching one's attention. The ladies mentioned the doorways would lik
ely attract the attention of many buyers.... hinting I should make more!?
Similarly, the small wheel barrows I donated last fall caught many gardener
's eye as quaint and unique. Several of the women master gardeners want on
e for themselves, so I have these on my list of to-dos.
On Thursday, April 4, 2013 11:33:46 AM UTC-6, Swingman wrote:
th the attitude/mindset it takes to bring it to life. Well done!
I've had lots of practice with whimsy and the like. Having no children, ma
ny of my past "token" projects were for nieces and nephews, as they were gr
owing up. These days, I now unload these tokens on their children. One on
ce requested a Harry Potter magic wand.
On Friday, April 5, 2013 2:55:10 PM UTC-6, Leon wrote:
Thanks. I was happy it came out as well as it did. The first attempt didn't
have an inner wood core and the main body distorted all sorts of ways, when
trying to add other aspects to it. An inner wood core is a must.
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