Thursday, March 5, 2009

Everchanging Nature Display

Things have come and gone from the nature display. A paperwhite Sabrina bloomed in school and brought home a sagging mess but that came back to life in some water. The skin from a red onion. A dry hydrangea flower that had missed being pruned. Little curled things, brown treasures, crumbling bits from both girls. It's the best project we've put together all season.

7 comments:

Lori said...

love :^)

Dim Sum, Bagels, and Crawfish said...

I like the red onion skin the best!We have a similarly rotating display in our living room. Right now it's covered with feathers and broken sand dollars from a recent beach day. So here's a question for you? What do you do with older items? Save them in jars for projects? Place them back outside? Book them in some sort of book/nature scrapbook?

gina said...

I so have to get one of these together- every time I see yours I wish we had one. :)

Joanna Goddard said...

how absolutely beautiful. i love this.

wide open spaces said...

i love this idea - where did you get your display pieces? they are beautiful.

j+g said...

a great idea!

STEPHANIE said...

oooo- I love this! :)