More ideas from Silvie
Remember those simple little diamond shaped yarn weavings we all made at summer camp with just two popsicle sticks and a some colorful yarn? Who knew that god's eyes, which originated from Mexico's Huichol Indians, can be so beautifully complex, incredibly dramatic, and so wonderfully

Who knew that god's eyes, which originated from Mexico's Huichol Indians, can be so beautifully complex, incredibly dramatic, and so wonderfully

landart : Sylvain Meyer

French artist Sylvain Meyer has made these really cool land art installations. Using bark, leaves, and stones, Meyer creates these fantastic sculptures and textures by modifying the natural landscape.

Auerworld Palace

The Auerworld Willow Palace was planted in 1999 by architect Marcel Kalberer, a living canopy of strategically-placed trees woven together. The project was based on ancient techniques used in Neolithic Mesopotamian and European structures.

giant nature weaving

Outdoor weaving, so cool - weaving is so much more than wool, or silk or those fibers that we buy at our favorite knitting shop. Fiber can be, and is, found everywhere . I love this outdoor weaving with wonderful fibers found in nature!

Add some color to your garden- let your children use their imaginations by painting on sticks/branches

Add some color to your garden - let your children use their imaginations by painting sticks/branches :) Kids would love this theor own WALKING sticks. they aren't called running sticks!