Monday, 7 July 2008

Slow Crafting - Fruity Flower




By no means should I get credit for this funny little slow crafting project. I saw it in InsideOut forever ago, loved it, and made my own. Cheap-easy-fun-ongoing art project to brighten up our kitchen. And when we move, I'll just have to peel all those babies off the cupboard door.

Mainly Pink Lady stickers, a few Batlow, lots of mango love - but my favourites - the Crocodile Rock stickers from the yummiest, drippiest, ripest, summer-loving mangoes that ever graced my taste buds.

So now when you eat your two serves of fruit a day, you can keep tabs in the Fruity Flower.

7 comments:

Lisa said...

What a fantastic idea! That is really cool.

.girl ferment. said...

When I worked at a primary school one fellow did this to his desk with stickers from their daily fruit break. Was very cool, but a little sad at the end of each term when they had to be removed for desk cleaning.
xx

Paper Dolls for Boys said...

That looks really cool. Maybe I could fashion one from the price stickers off my chip bags!

Mrs.French said...

I love this idea! I just have to convince B that we don't always need to place the fruit stickers on our noses.

edward and lilly said...

Wow, that looks awesome!

Leni & Rose said...

That is such a good idea!!

Dawn Gahan said...

Alexandra, thanks for visiting my blog! Have visited both of yours and enjoy each for their distinct personalities.

Love this project. We eat enough fruit in our house that creating a flower shouldn't take that long. We begin tonite!

Dawn