Flower tree

After days of rain and sleet, we finally had a ray of sunshine.
A perfect day to dress up the tree.

Flower tree by Mr.&Mrs.Gray

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Title: Flower Tree, Garden project 130111
Description: Intervention at garden in Bouron, France, January 11th 2013
Dimensions: –
Date: 2013

Flower Tree close-ups

And this is the result of our Flower Tree.

FlowerTree CloseUp 1 by Mr.&Mrs.Gray
FlowerTree CloseUp 2 by Mr.&Mrs.Gray

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Title: Flower Tree, Garden project 130111
Description: Intervention at Bouron, France, January 11th 2013
Dimensions: –
Date: 2013

Launch first paperboat

The rain has finally stopped. Time to launch our paper boats!

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Title: Launch first paperboat, Paper boat project 130106
Description: Registration of performance in Bouron, France, January 6th 2013
Dimensions: –
Date: 2013

Kusudama paper flower

When we looked out our window on a grey and rainy January day, we saw a sad tree without leaves. We decided to make flowers for the tree, to cheer him up and to lift our spirits as well (see the PaperFlowerTree post, a few days earlier).
But the only material we had were old magazines, a pair of scissors and glue.
So this is the result of our first attempt of a Kusudama paper flower. Isn’t it amazing what you can do with old magazines?

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Title: PaperFlower, study for Paper Flower 130105
Description: Paper, string and glue
Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 12 cm
Date: 2013