Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Curious Cabinet

I tend to collect odd bits and pieces - some of which might be seen as a bit macabre. But let's face it - you never know when you are going to need this stuff! It means that my studio resembles (slightly) organized chaos, but it also means that I have this wonderful old type-drawer filled with fascinating things, including a mummified mouse and lizard, a rusty railroad tie, broken doll bits, small plastic toys, the scrapings from a painter friend's palette, fungi, some little dolls my grand-daughter made when she was three and so on. What can you make out in my curious cabinet?

2 comments:

creativedawn said...

Let me see, um a beautiful blue butterfly; tea cup, orange doll, orange dog; seaweed; clay flower pots, Wire edged french ribbon flower; pipe cleaner doll; button; shoe; leaf; teddy bear; rivets tin; hands; doll faces; doll; yarns; pear and the number 12...

How did I do? lol...
hugz
Pam

JDConwell said...

I spy a clay-colored teddy bear and some wads of yarn or dryer lint. Dryer lint is a useful thing...paper, stuffing, making your husband think you're crazy...

I like your cabinet of curiosities.

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