Hi Annie these are fab they look great xx
They are great! I love the picture with the drops of water on the leaves!
Thanks Rachel :0)The Old Maid...The leaves with raindrops are the ones used for the birdbath. The leaves are still small this time of the year. In danish the are named "lions paw"...The last picture is a very small leaved ivy...
They are beautiful! I love the shape of these! They would make a lovely little birdbath with fancy pedestal for a conservatory or fairy house! I'm trying to figure out how in the world . . .???! Beautiful!Jody
Thanks Jody... Very easy DIY ;0) I´ve used airdrying clay, leaves and acrylic paint thinned with water... Just go for it!
They look fab, I have to try some for my future garden, just have to wait that the alchemilla mollises grow their leaves :)
Not only for the birds!! I can see them (a little larger) in a pagan woodland setting for water offerings, or (a little smaller) as bowls in a modern house.Beautifully done, Annie!Glenda
They are really beautiful!!!Synnøve :)
Du har ret: De er rigtig fine, når de laves i ler. Det er fiont at udveksle erfaringer, for tit laver vi jo tiengene, som vi gvvør, fordi vi står med et materiale, som vi så vil prøve af. Så tusind tak for god inspiration!Mange hilsener Ingrid