Two folk art birds made on antique pine plank with golf artifacts and barbed wire.
I like it when I find old scissors because then I get to make these fun birds!
A golf tee mandala on oak barnwood with an antique Burma Shave cap, complete with shaving instructions! Materials: Barn-found Burma Shave cap from Confluence. Oak barnwood from Finley farm, Cedar Grove, NC. Pine lath, 1920s, from Club Bl at Oval Dr, Durham. Golf tees found at Lake Winds, Rougemont, NC. I pick them up on … [Read more…]
I found these cool orange casters while salvaging in Durham and turned them into Ducks! I used rough-milled oak barn flooring for the background, the body is 1920s beadboard, and the beak is a railroad spike tip.
A salvaged putter on 100 year old barnwood with barbed wire legs and pallet wood wings. Barnwood- Efland, NC Barbed Wire- From my 3 acre place in Efland. Foremost putter head from a Durham Thrift store.
This is one of a batch of four golf tee mandalas that I made in December 2015. This one has a Lang’s mayonnaise cap on it with a rubberstamp pricing it at $.47.
A dragonfly that started with a meat fork found in a barn at the continent salvage site. This ancient rusty fork had a really cool yellow color on the handle and I happen to have two pieces of 1920s baseboard made perfect wings to make it into a dragonfly. There’s a little brass widget that … [Read more…]