Thursday, July 31, 2014

Garden Full of Flowers

We used variety of
Beans and vegetables,
As mold for our chop...

To come up with a garden,
Full of flowers...

Can you recognize,
Which shapes is from which vegetables / beans?

17 comments:

  1. Is the rose using the bottom of a celery?
    Baby Bak choy works well too.. I also love when I chop celery sticks... the edge gices a very nice curve / "c" shape too..

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  2. Oh gosh
    what a great idea.
    pls post step by step.
    lovely <3

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  3. this is such a lovely idea, especially for children. It is always a very mess free way of doing arts and crafts with kids.

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  4. wow such creative work, I like it.

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  5. Was this post inspired by a garden or vegetables? Did you use a cucumber for the Roses?

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  6. the rose stamp is so cute! we used to do this activity at school when i was little >XD

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  7. I made this before when I was young and really good artwork for children. It makes you feel the boundaries of your imagination as real.

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  8. Pricilla, it's root of bak choy.. not celery.. I love the outcome..

    Hina. Thanks for loving it.. Ok, I'll post step by step next time I do it with my kids..

    Sophie,not really mess free actually, mess-less I'd say.. :p

    Sherry, Thanks..

    Rane, Both, I suppose? haha!~ Nope, it's the bottom of bak choy..

    Yan Birog, it's cool right?

    Fernando, I like the part when you mentioned boundaries of imagination as real! It's really cool if every imagination became real! Haha!

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  9. I used to do this with my younger cousins back in the day. It was a good way to recycle the inedible parts of the plant!

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  10. What a beautiful design. I love that you used familiar vegetables for the design. It's great to see the creative beauty of it.

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  11. Awww. the flower is beautiful... It need tons of effort to learn I guess..

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  12. Such a great idea, you should do a tutorial!

    Francine A

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  13. That's really artistic. The beans and veggies looking like a flower.

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  14. What an awesome activity with the kids or even those kids-at-heart! And yes I recognize the veggies that you used too!

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  15. Phylicia, I bet your younger cousin love this activity, too!~

    Eliz, thanks for liking our art work..

    Sin Yee, it's not as tough as you imagine.. try it out..

    Rebecce, will do so if I happen to do it with my kids next round..

    Franc, thanks!~

    Karen, kids will love it for sure!

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  16. Amazing idea! I actually use spoons on each planted seeds and write it with names of the beans on spoons :D

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  17. This is absolutely superb work. And i agreed with Rebecca Maria you should write a tutorial.

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