Explore Objects and more!

"Barwa" Chair, introduced 1947

"Barwa" Chair, introduced 1947

This is a Kitchen Assemblage made of found objects and vintage illustrations. The assemblage is contained in a vintage wooden drawer or type tray

This is a Kitchen Assemblage made of found objects and vintage illustrations in a printer's tray.

| javier prez

Funny pictures about Everyday objects and pen sketches. Oh, and cool pics about Everyday objects and pen sketches. Also, Everyday objects and pen sketches.

Potes de vidro                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Potes de vidro

Constellation-in-a-jar! Fun for crafty kids, future astronomers, and kiddos wanting a creative, inexpensive night-light.

Wood Blocks Carved and Painted into Glimmering Gemlike Objects by Victoria Wagner

NOTE: Inspiration apply to driftwood in several Wood Blocks Carved and Painted into Glimmering Gemlike Objects by Victoria Wagner

“Chums” … get it!? Hilarious! This is the whimsical and wonderful work of California based artist Lorien Stern. These pieces are part of a show that opens at Hashimoto Gallery in San Francisco this Sa

lorien stern (The Jealous Curator)

“Chums” … get it!? Hilarious! This is the whimsical and wonderful work of California based artist Lorien Stern. These pieces are part of a show that opens at Hashimoto Gallery in San Francisco this Sa

I would either choose gravity or fire. I can repel to push them far away along with making them hit objects, attract to get closer to the enemy and cancel out their long range attacks or increase their gravity potential so they cant move and break their bones slowly. Isnt this Nagato's power?

I would choose gravity.I can repel to push them far away along with making them hit objects, attract to get closer to the enemy and cancel out their long range attacks or increase their gravity potential so they cant move and break their bones slowly.

Genius! Tin cans + clothes pins = awesome candle holders! I'll be making some of these with decorated pins.

How to use old objects to make something interesting…

Tin cans + clothes pins = awesome candle holders! I'll be making some of these with decorated pins.-- get Graham to paint them first !

Artist Shows That Putting Googly Eyes on Inanimate Objects Never Gets Old

If you think this world is going to hell in a handbasket, you've obviously never seen googly eyes on random inanimate objects

Lesson on Sharing the Burden- This is a great way to teach your kids to ask for help as well as offer help. Shows them that everything cannot be on one persons shoulders that it's a lot easier if we ask and offer help and work together!

YourLifeUncommon: FHE OBJECT LESSON {Sharing the Burden} love this idea.I'm sure I can use a scripture from the Bible instead :)

Pinterest
Search