No surprise to see another nest here! This one was spotted at the Muse Me event I went to last year. I love the eggs! This was part of a land art sculpture about life and death.
You can also see some other very cool buttons here as well as dfelteyed works and encaustic pieces. It's awesome to see an artist making and selling so many lovely, nature friendly pieces so please go and check Sowen Earth out! You won't be dissapointed.
The other blogger I want to celebrate is Jasmine of Natures Whispers. Jasmine also uses natural dyes to create fantastic felted pieces. I had no idea you could actually use felt to depict an image let alone convey a message. I can only imagine how wonderful her dyed wools would be to actually feel and hold in my hands. I didn't ask for permission to use a photo so don't rely on your imagination to find out what Jasmine's work is like:) Please go and pay her a visit!
Last but not least is a NZ project I found today which is a happy coincidence! I listed some old foam on freecycle and the person whose just become the new owner wants to use it for this great project. Sew it Forward is a project that involves using recycled clothing and sewing goodies to make clothing for womans refuge. Great idea! There are collection points in Tauranga and Auckland for any one wishing to make a donation of buttons, zippers, fabric, cotton, gift basket goodies, ribbons....etc!
This is actually my first freecycle deal so it's a pretty good result to move on a piece of foam to a good home and not the rubbish pile AND support a project like this. That's a very cool shade of 'greener' if you ask me!