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tree at Morton Arboretum

A yarn bombed tree at Morton Arboretum in Chicago. I love the dark mouth shapes blanket stitched on: reminds me a bit of Munch's Scream.

Artist Lee Borthwick installs mirrors in nature to offer a sense of peace and self-reflection.

/ those who know my peeves know how I hate mirrors in decorating and now this! taking mirrors outside to decorate is a horror -Artist Lee Borthwick installs mirrors in nature to offer a sense of peace and self-reflection.

from smallrus.tumblr.com I don't know if this is possible but it's so cool

Shadow play sculptures from artist Fred Eerdekens. Playing with light, the typography exists as a shadow- intangiable?

These are so cute for medical play!     Source: http://americanfeltandcraft.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/doc-mcstuffins-inspired-felt-stethoscope/

Doc McStuffins Inspired Felt Stethoscope Tutorial- for the kids to make- I'm replacing this for my other craft idea :)

Garden, Porch, and Yard / Crochet Tree | Flickr - Photo Sharing! admired by our rattan furniture designers. pinned by www.wickerparadise.com

From an article in the DailyMail about yarnbombing. This is just awesome and I love it. Wish I had a tree like that in the garden. Wish someone would yarnbomb a tree in my yard.

Fun entry to a mountain biking track or similar could be made out of natural elements.

Outdoor wood log portal - art and awesome idea - imagine finding a secret garden beyond something like this! - curated by adam miller

Making monsters on the felt board from And Next Comes L

Mix and Match Monsters

Items similar to Mix and Match Felt Monsters/Felt Board Set/Flannel Board/Imagination/Children/Preschool/Birthday Party/ Idea/Colors/Shapes on Etsy

color, texture, nature, time,   andy goldsworthy

This picture uses illusion to trick you into thinking that it is a long stone path. When in reality it is a pile of different coloured rocks slowly fading into colour.

Andy Goldsworthy -- Woven branch arch Langholm, Dumfriesshire April 1986 ( also in south-west Scotland - http://www.stridingarches.com/ )

Woven branch arch Langholm, Dumfriesshire April by Andy Goldsworthy