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Making and mixing media for fun.

A little jam spoon I carved about a month ago.  My baby grandson Mason at the Melbourne Museum and some left over stained and painted paper made into minute boxes with some fish cutouts from a found book.  As usual just playing.fffspoonfishssimag6162

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on January 19, 2017
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  1. 01/20/2017

    Love your fish boxes! Play is so valuable for people of all ages.

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    • 01/21/2017

      Thanks Leonie. I facilitated a workshop here and the boxes were the spills from ink and paint that I made into gift tags and then the little boxes (that I’m pretty bad at). Still liked them enough to share with you.

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  2. 01/20/2017

    Holy smokes! You carved a spoon?

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    • 01/21/2017

      Yes Claudia, I am still pretty basic in my skill level but I like them anyway.

      Reply

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