Sunday, August 3, 2008

Shadow Shot Sunday #7


Thank you again to Hey Harriet for her Shadow Shot Sunday - so lovely to notice the shadows! (and to read the poetry - hee hee!)

Using Kids Craft Weekly as some crafty kid-inspiration, we came up with these very special scrap paper and sequined papier mache bowls. I decided I had to photograph them rather quickly after they had dried as they are quite fragile (I love the raggy edges!). The pink one now is misshapen and looks a little worse for wear, I'm afraid - but well-loved! :P

We've been enjoying the winter sun.
Happy sunny Sunday!

12 comments:

Sandra Ree said...

How clever, Ali! And how sweet! :) Happy sunny Sunday to you also!

Greyscale Territory said...

What an interesting arty shot! Very different!

M.Kate said...

Hello...woo. cool shot !!

Hey Harriet said...

Love those delicate papier mache bowls! They're fun to make. Good messy fun (well my attempts have ben messy). They cast such interesting shadows too! Enjoy your Sunday in the winter sun. Sounds like a good idea! :)

Sweet Repose said...

Cute shot, anything set against wood is dramatic.

sharon

Gina said...

Such cute little bowls!! and unique little shadows..very nice SS
Well done on awarding T..love her poem about you :D

Hot Fudge said...

The bowls are just delightful - almost good enough to eat! Is that what happened to the pink one?

Annette said...

Lovely little creations Ali, with perfectly matching shadows, just browsing back over your blog, i must have missed your SS last week, its a great pic of your scary little person!! Great finds at your garage sales enjoy your bounty!! :0)

Rosebud Collection said...

What lovely shadow shots..Really pretty and the cups are so nice.

Paz said...

Very creative shots! I liked that you used the paper mache bowls. It IS lovely to notice the shadows (and read poetry! LOL!) ;-)

Paz

Michelle Pendergrass said...

That looks like a fun homeschool project!!

Toni said...

How fun! I always loved paper mache and many times have tried to get my son to enjoy it. Though - even as a baby - he has NEVER liked anything on his hands LOL So, we start, I finish and he enjoys the end project. They make interesting shadows.