I am taking part in a scheme called 'Pin-it-Forward' later this month to celebrate the official UK launch of Pinterest, (yes, I know here in the UK we can already use Pinterest, all will be explained in my official post on the 23rd), and as I was deciding which of my boards I was going to post about, realised I have over 1,600 images pinned. It would be an interesting exercise to see how many of those images I actually refer to and made use of.
Only a few weeks ago, I came across this on Pinterest, someone I follow had pinned it so it featured in my feed, I followed the link to it's original source (which is where you can read up on how they were made), and decided to have a go myself.
Mine are a bit smaller than the originals (although I love the idea of making a really big one with a wok!), I used enamel camping bowls at £1.50 each, red spray paint was £3.50, white enamel paint was £1.50 and the tree branches came from the garden. I sprayed the bowls red (they were blue), and the kids did the white spots for me.
(the bunting and the bamboo wind chime both came from Ebay)
Al thinks they look a bit daft, but he's out voted as both me and the kids think they're rather cute!