Friday, February 19, 2010

winter sculpting

When daily life does not leave room for the usual creative outlets, I end up finding new ways of expressing my need to make stuff... like this snow sculpted unicorn (while my children dug ice caves several feet away). This was just as satisfying, if not more, than carving a stamp or sewing a bucket! Good reminder to me that I can find ways to be creative anywhere, anytime. And yes, the icicle "horn" is what got me started. Hope you have a creative and magical weekend! Pin It

26 comments:

  1. Insanely creative...It's beautiful

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  2. That is so amazing! The snow is melting here in the midwest, but now I want to try this!!!! Thanks for posting - beautiful! xo

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  3. That is just the most beautiful thing! - Love it!!!

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  4. Wow, thanks so much! It was really fun to make. Hardest part was finding the right horn:)

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  5. WOW really really beautiful. Never saw a snow sculpted unicorn in my life!

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  6. i adore your snow unicorn and that finding the right horn comment definitely made me smile
    enjoy your weekend maya and family

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  7. wow this is so awesome and creative! nice job!

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  8. we LOVE this...i just showed the girls and they were amazed!!!beautiful, magical and opens the ideas of snow sculpting waay beyond a snowman!

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  9. So beautiful! I LOVE the icicle horn! You are making me long for snow.

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  10. this is simply beautiful, and it's wonderful you can create anywhere anytime!

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  11. Fab, a shiny glittery Unicorn.
    I love your ability to find the magical in everyday life.

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  12. Fantastic! Love it :)

    Best, Beatrice

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  13. Beautiful! Good way to be with the kids.

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  14. Makes me think of a book we just got from the library The Eyes of a Unicorn.

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  15. Your beautiful ice/snow sculpture makes me think of magical places - it like something out of a CS Lewis novel.

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  16. LOVE IT.
    I share that same passion.
    I have a "snow sculptures" category, come have a laugh.

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