Beehive

October 28th, 2008 in member junk     
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I bought the pedestal at a garage sale last year. I wanted to use a bell jar but couldn't find one. This weekend I found this glass electrical industrial cover at a garge sale and it fit perfectly. The bee hive is made from a round styrofoam ball cut in half. Jute was wrapped all around it and glued in place. The bees are those little pipe cleaner ones.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, centerpiece, eclectic, glass

Comments (8)

Chovey writes: What a clever use of the glass dome!
cynthia Posted: 6:51 pm on November 1st
junktiqueboutique writes: To KopyKatKim: Is what you have an enclosed hive or a wasp
nest with many holes in it where the wasps enter in? If it is the one with many open holes I do have an idea for that.
Let me know. Posted: 9:29 pm on October 29th
kopykatkim writes: Pretty Cool, I have an actual wasp hive I don't know what to do with. Too big to fit under a glass cylinder.It is attached to a twig. Any suggeations? Posted: 6:58 pm on October 29th
georgiamoon writes: Hi there. I love every piece of this individually but put together it is super cute! Your other posts showcase your creativity and talent as well. Great job..can't wait to see more, Georgia Posted: 2:09 pm on October 29th
shabbychick writes: Love the look - the glass cover was a great find - and a perfect fit - some things are just meant to be, don't ya think??? :)

Kathy Posted: 9:26 am on October 29th
csudderth writes: I love the glass top--amazing that you found one that fit so well.
Christy Posted: 8:55 pm on October 28th
MimiToria writes: I just love how you improvised with using the electrical industrial cover for your pedestal when you couldn't find cloche. Very creative! Interesting to read how you made the beehive too.
Was the magazine a "JunkMarket" magazine filled with Sue & Ki's projects? If so, that was a limited edition that sold out really fast, but I found it right away, so bought a copy. So glad you found the site.
I think it's pretty cool to use the Sanford and Sons song for your ring tone. "If the shoe fits, where it", right?
Posted: 8:10 pm on October 28th
LuAnn writes: This is way cool. Good Job!!!

LuAnn

PS Welcome to the site. Look forward to more great projects. Posted: 7:46 pm on October 28th
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