Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Odds and Ends Challenge Revealed

Here are the items we had to use. At least part of each thing had to be used in some way in the final project.
I made a scene in a cigar box. I have it hanging in my kitchen.
Here's a closer look at the counter. Can you guess how I used each item? (Hint: some things were dismantled and some were used in more than one way.)

11 comments:

otterine said...

Is the bread made from the clothespin?!! Brilliant if so. :D

De said...

Yes it is - that's all I could see when I looked at the clothespin. :) But I'm the only one who used it in that way.

April said...

VERY imaginative use of the clothespin!

Audra said...

It is like an eye spy game! I had to keep going back and forth between the pictures. Very creative

Kathi said...

What fun! I would love to do a challenge like this. Where did you use the pinecone? You're little room looks great! :D

Eliana said...

I loved the scene!
Hugs

anna said...

great! so many ideas!!

Craftland said...

What wonderful ideas. Bread vom the clothespin, I cann't beliebe.
You are a very talented lady. Hugs from Craftland

De said...

Thank you all!

I used pieces of the pinecone for the lettuce and potato chips.

The wood pieces were used to make the Swiss cheese and the plate. The quarter round "sticks" were used to carve the knife, carrot and pickle. And for some of the chair leg supports. The rest of the things are much easier to find, I think.

Kathi said...

Pinecone potato chips!?? Amazing!

De said...

The tiny pinecone seeds were just the right size. All they needed was a bit of potato chip colored paint.