About my driftwood

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These are some off the craft fairs I’ve been doing last year with my driftwood signs and gifts, I’ve had some great fun and met some really wonderful people.

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This is a selection of some off the things I’ve made.

20140126-160916.jpgThis is how beautiful it is sometimes in the winter when I go collecting my driftwood, such a treat. I love it here.

20140126-161127.jpgThe driftwood can be found laying on the beach, after a storm it’s great. the driftwood could of come from anywhere really and can of been floating around in the sea for years or just a short while. the sea tumbles the wood and naturally wears away the edges and sculptures it in to the lovely pieces off driftwood that I find once the sea has finished with it.

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Once I get the driftwood home, it all gets cleaned and soaked in a solution to clean it from any smells or sand.

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then once the driftwood has all been dried out I am ready to begin making something with it.
I love to write quotes and sayings onto the wood, I feel the little saying all meen something different to different people.

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