Sunday, April 15, 2012

That time of year . . .


Master Flowergarden thought that it was time for another scarecrow in our garden.
First we had to go through his cupboards to find out what didn't fit anymore -
and then,
inspired by this clever lady http://www.theartvault.com.au/Exhibitions/DBinvitation.pdf

I knew there was a reason we had been keeping animal bones, collected from the farm, parked under a tree in our back year.

We were both very proud of our combined efforts.
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9 comments:

Frogdancer said...

Well, I don't know about crows, but that thing would certainly scare ME away!!!!
It looks like a serial killer!

Michelle said...

Very creative, my boys would love to do something like this but would probably have it dressed in a black hooded cape!

Calidore said...

If that scarecrow doesn't keep away the birds nothing will....lol. Well done both of you.

Jan said...

Well done, you two. And of course you couldn't just have a normal scarecrow like everyone else, could you! Back to what passes for normal today? Good luck.

Chocolate Cat said...

Hope it works as a scarecrow!I think it is scary enough!!!

Val said...

That's one scary scarecrow!

picciolo said...

he looks amazing! He would definitely scare me away
: )

Diane said...

What a GREAT scarecrow. Looks like you had lots of fun making it with that very adorable boy!

Jenny said...

What a unique scarecrow-Love it:)