Monthly Archives: December 2020

Hag stones /jewellery/lucky holey stones

Decided id make a necklace from a holey hagstone i found at Bawdsey, i wove 4 strands of blue n white cotton string and then threaded it thru the stones hole.Hag stones are stones where the hole has occured naturally … Continue reading

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small pieces of sea driftwood

came to gether to become this wall art collage. id accrued a cardboard box of small driftwood and decided to make something from them.i also made this box frame with a glass front –What dyou reckon? its now on sale … Continue reading

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making /carving 2 driftwood fishes

theyre both fish with driftwood origins but very different. What dyou reck? one i carved from a piece i found at Bawdsey beach in Suffolk.What was strange was a few years prior,on the same stretch of beach i stumbled on … Continue reading

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driftwood motorbiker

ive got a box full of really small driftwood pieces and decided to use them up on this motorbike collage piece . i chose 2 flat pieces for the base/background and painted them up first. Then i fixed these together … Continue reading

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making an arch top driftwood cabinet

looking over my driftwood stash in my shed i decided to make an arched top cabinet, the images show some of the process.Actually making it was a real challenge as most of the pieces were Oak! which is hard wood.Nontheless … Continue reading

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driftwood wallhanging///seagulls

id had several pieces of driftwood laying in my shed that i had collected from the tideline on local beach back in 2018 and some reminded me of boats so i got them together with some pebbles from my garden … Continue reading

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carving a driftwood man

Driftwood has a real mystery to it,id gathered a stash back in Winter 2018 then it sat almost 2 years till i recently carved this man.it was hard work because iv only basic tools and the driftwood is hardwood.What dyou … Continue reading

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painting at Shingle Street

its a strange place is Shingle Street , its on the Suffolk coast a small settlement nestled behind a huge shifting shingle bank of small pebbles several miles long.A very lonesome place if ever i go there theres only one … Continue reading

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painting the James Hehir building

its down at Ipswich waterfront in Suffolk, cost 21million pounds and its part of the Uni facilities.Mostly used as a hi tech study building for students it also has the Cult cafe on the ground floor.Ive never been in the … Continue reading

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making figurines from driftwood

iv a stash of small hardwood driftwood pieces in a box and one day in my day job [window cleaning] i had this idea to make small figurines to use up these little pieces.Soon as i got home i made … Continue reading

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