Rainy day birds
It’s been a lovely wanderer of a rainy day. Storms rolling in and around. And, per the usual in recent weeks, we haven’t much we really need to do. Inspired by a recent post by a Welsh artist we follow over in the twitterverse called Sarah Evans, and with a few directions via this site *click*, we decided we might craft of flock of little birds from paper mache.
And so we did.
It was fun and we felt a bit like children.
The birds soon began to really come together. Tony following directions for some “bluebirds” and me going a bit more out on my own to make some local birds we see a lot around here.
Both of us were really content with the outcome of our efforts for the day.
I took mine for a proper photo shoot….
We have Goldfinch.
A cheeky little robin…..
And, I must say, my favorite of all of them, is my little wren. I rescued a little live wren once from the cat’s plans for him and was able to hold it in my hands for a minute while I checked to see if it was ok and to get it safely outside once again. I think that having gotten properly acquainted with that little wren, I was able to breathe a bit of life into my paper mache wren today.
Slowing down and observing are two things that might be considered upsides of keeping ourselves to ourselves just now in the age of Corona.