Christmas Tree Stump Carving

This is Robin the seahorse from our 1985 Christmas tree.

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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      1. Gigi your comment made me laugh out loud…Elena there is so much talent and creativity in your’s fab.

      2. Elena who says right brained is lopsided….you are both following your authentic path and that is good. You may run out of milk and forget to eat now and then, but hey what I often say is ‘I am flying to the stars and I haven’t always got time to turn round and see whether my dress caught in my knickers!’

  1. I love seahorses. They are some extraordinary creatures. And your husband does some marvellous carvings. Thank you for sharing. And a Merry Christmas to you both!

    1. Thanks! I can’t take credit for the carving. That goes to my my husband. He says he used pecan oil stain and five coats of violin varnish. Someday I’ll post the violin he carved…

  2. You must get them out of the box, make a shelf for them and display them! Every one of them have been fantastic!

  3. Ha ha ha, cute !
    You know, in Japan they are called Tatsu-no-Otoshigo =
    missing child of Dragon. (Tatsu mean Dragon)
    So that, their image has been often used in
    the Dragon Years New Year’s card.

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