Why did the chicken cross the road? To go trick-or-treating, of course. This funny costume is made from two tickly feather boas, ordinary kitchen gloves, tights, and a pilot's cap that's crowned with a felt comb. Under the plumage, two leotards are stuffed with batting for extra plumpness.
Saggar - Patricia Shone Ceramics
Patricia Shone Ceramics (Isle of Skye) also uses the technique of saggar firing within the wood kiln. Pots are placed in lidded containers, saggars, filled with charcoal, peat, ash, and other combustibles. This produces an oxygen-starved atmosphere during firing which has profound effects upon the clay and any glazes used.
60+ Creative DIY Vases - Page 56 of 63 - SooPush
I think every person on earth loves the flowers and some are obsessed with these colorful blooms just like me. And as the spring season has arrived it’s the great time to fill your house with your favorite flowers to create a nice aromatic aroma in the inside if the house. And for this purpose you would get to have a few gorgeous and cute looking vases which would elegantly and proudly hold your blooms in them. Let me tell you here that you don’t need to splurge a whole fortune on the…
The Four-handed Creations of Takahashi McGil — Design Anthology
The husband-and-wife duo combine Japanese and Western woodwork techniques to produce homeware and furniture that highlight the material