Friday, August 6, 2010

Summer Nature Table

I'm a bit behind on posting our summer nature table, but I suppose it's a good thing because you get to see all the goodies we've collected over the past couple of months...LOTS of shells (a mainstay on our table), some of my knitted and needlefelted creations, and a couple of cute wooden figures.

And here are some close-ups:
~shells, seaglass, and coral all cupped in one large shell~

~rocks from our recent trip to the Rocky Mountains~

~My needlefelted flower and dragonfly and a sweet little picture~

The little wooden frog reminds me of the tiny Bermuda tree frogs that whistle in the evenings during the summer. I just love that big chunk of quartz - I've always been a sucker for stones, gems and minerals. The sun mat is needlefelted.

I'm linking this up to Creative Friday and The Nature Table. Click on the links for more creative ideas!

~Thank you for your comments!~


Anonymous said...

Beautiful!! I love all of your creations and all of your treasures. Those rocks from your trip are really pretty!

Natalie PlanetSmarty said...

All those things, both natural and handmade, are so beautiful and precious. Great table!

Montessori Beginnings said...

Beautiful nature table! Wow we seriously are on the same wavelength. On our August nature table we have a shell full of seaglass and you won't believe this but a needlefelted dragonfly that looks exactly like yours but with pink wings!!!

Unknown said...

A very pretty summer table, sounds like you always live in a tropical place. We drink coconuts every day!

Bending Birches said...

very lovely, all around:) glad to have found your site- so pleased to meet you:)

CamelsNDragons said...

Congratulations on completing the course.That was a lot of work and big deal for sure. I love your blog and can't wait to have the time to go through all the past posts for inpiration. Thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving the comment.

christina said...

just came by your blog from The magic Onions, so may lovely ideas, looking forward to explore further..
:) Christina @ Moment to Moment

Jen said...

Ooo look at all the pretty things! James must love being able to bring his finds inside to this special place. Good on you for providing him a place to showcase them. :)

abbie said...

This is adorable and looks like it could be the start to some great imagination play!

Deb Chitwood said...

Wonderful, as usual, Mari-Ann! I HAVE to add this link to the sensory beach tub link I’m using as the activity of the week at http://LivingMontessoriNow.

Sono-Ma: Holly White-Wolfe said...

Thank you for sharing your photos and ideas here! We linked to your lovely story in our 2011 Summer Solstice Nature Table post today.


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