If you’re new to the Scavenger Hunt then please visit Kirst’s blog to see how this all began. I’m acting as guest host this month, and I hope you find everything to your liking!
This month’s topics are…
To learn more about the Scavenger Hunt, please click here.
If you’d like to take part then simply post a comment here and at the end of the month I’ll post my own entries together with links to all the other bloggers who are taking part. I’ll also choose my own favourite from each category and post them here in a monthly round up a few days into March.
Get your thinking caps on folks, I’m looking forward to seeing all your photos!
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The lovely Kirst over at The Leopard Anchor has started a Crafty Photo Scavenger Hunt (to view Kirst’s run through of the details click here).
I thought it would be fun to take part, particularly as I’m having a little hiatus from studio work at the moment, and to make the challenge a bit more difficult for myself I decided to theme all my photos on the great outdoors. As a bit of a change from my usual camera I also decided to use the camera on my phone so that I could vintage the photos up using the Vignette app.
My studio, which is such an inspiring little place to work.
Something I made
The beehive compost bin I made out of leftover wood earlier this year.
The beautiful bird cage I bought at the Chelsea Flower Show this year. I love this so much and take an obscene amount of pleasure in simply looking at it out of the window when I’m sat at my desk.
Not traditional crafting supplies, but supplies as provided by nature. I’ve been making a lot of jam lately, so fruit has been upmost in my thoughts!
Some people bring home keyrings or rock when they go on holiday… I brought home bits of an old ship which I picked up in the Orkneys.
Thanks for viewing my entry for this month’s Scavenger Hunt. Please do pop along to Kirst’s blog to find links to the other people who are taking part.
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