Henri Takalo-Kastari

Henri Takalo-Kastari

Henri Takalo-Kastari
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Määki halusin tehdä näitä sudenkorentoheijastimia, jotka bongasin täältä . Lisäksi tein tuommosen hapsuheijastimen. Siivet leikkasin 8cm lev...

Määki halusin tehdä näitä sudenkorentoheijastimia, jotka bongasin täältä . Lisäksi tein tuommosen hapsuheijastimen. Siivet leikkasin 8cm lev...

Heijastin avaimenperä. Huvikumpu blogi http://www.kodinkuvalehti.fi/blogit/ruususuu-ja-huvikumpu/tee-itse-kauniit-heijastavat-avaimenperat

Heijastin avaimenperä. Huvikumpu blogi http://www.kodinkuvalehti.fi/blogit/ruususuu-ja-huvikumpu/tee-itse-kauniit-heijastavat-avaimenperat

Key chain-We made an "upscale" version of this for our mom's group using glass beads, silver beads, key ring/lanyard hook, clear elastic jewelry string, and clear nail polish. Each color used was symbolic of "mom" with a cute poem going along with the craft.

Key chain-We made an "upscale" version of this for our mom's group using glass beads, silver beads, key ring/lanyard hook, clear elastic jewelry string, and clear nail polish. Each color used was symbolic of "mom" with a cute poem going along with the craft.

wood bead key chains and a pretty package                                                                                                                                                                                 More

wood bead key chains and a pretty package More

easy figure study...formative

easy figure study...formative

Degas MOVEMENT SCULPTURES made from modeling clay, wire, foil, and paint!

Degas MOVEMENT SCULPTURES made from modeling clay, wire, foil, and paint!

The Art Student's Blog: Cardboard Landmarks

The Art Student's Blog: Cardboard Landmarks

Using plastic bags and tape as the base for sculpture. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Using plastic bags and tape as the base for sculpture. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/