Saturday, March 5, 2011

101 Uses for Twine

Not really.   Just a couple, besides the obvious tying of plants.

I found these clay eggs at the antique store the other day and temporarily put them in an old pot.  The saleslady said she had a lot of them from different vendors.


Was there a clay egg fad in the eighties that I don't remember?  This was the nicest little four dollar find.


Anyway, I started absentmindedly wrapping this pot with twine and liked it so much I did another.

(clay eggs, day 61)
 

 Other cute uses: wrapping gifts, finishing handlebars, and breaking records.

2 comments:

  1. Love your idea of wrapping twine around the clay pots. So organic looking, but still decorative. Clay eggs? Don't remember that fad. Interesting though.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks Gail, I kind of liked it too. Easy way to break up the monotony of plant pots.

    ReplyDelete