It's become abundantly clear I may never use all the driftwood I have collected. I decided to make some driftwood sailboats. Gary and I are collaborating on these seashore inspired sailing vessels. We plan to sell these along with my pottery when the farmer's market starts up again in June.
Almost all the embellishments I used I found in my stash drawer, seashells, rocks and wooden beads.
The driftwood was collected decades ago when I lived in California.
I purchased some fat quarters in various colors for the sails.
I also got a package of various size dowels for the masts. Most of the driftwood sailboats are about twelve to fourteen inches tall except the next one with owls; it's about nine inches tall.
I haven't even made a dent in the driftwood. Back to the studio and stay tuned I have also made some driftwood wind chimes. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.