Tuesday, February 28, 2012

All that remains

This may only serve to show that I could be a hoarder but I'm going with it anyway.
Years ago I made this bumble bee
Obviously it has no head. The head was made out of a smaller glass bowl. Somewhere along the line it ended up getting broke and yet the bottom half of it still lives on.  I suppose it could be used for flowers but instead it just sits. The hat? The bee was wearing that before it lost it's head.

27 comments:

Ginny said...

Off with it's head, I love it!!! Wish I could have seen the whole thing. I love your header, though!!

marie said...

Off with its head!!! I love that!!

I bet it was a cute little bee...love the hat.

Julie Harward said...

I think you need to make this poor little bumble bee a new head! ;)

BeadedTail said...

Since I can't picture it, I think the bumble bee needs a new head! Love your new header!

Pat said...

I quite like it as a vase! :)

But I could see you making another head too :) xx

Duni said...

I'm with Sharla - he definitely need another head :)

Jen said...

Ohhh, I see you're a "Oneday" collector too! I have an entire series. You know, Oneday I'll repair this, Oneday I'm going to finish this....blah, blah, blah (and ha, ha, ha, right? ;o)

Philippa said...

Must have been a cute bee!

Sandra said...

i join the others with make it a new head, so we can see how cute it was and can be... i will send you the link to hoarders anonymous if you think you NEED IT

Helen said...

The hat could be a door hanger since Spring is right around the corner. Love your new header.

Chatty Crone said...

Well the part I see is cute! I wonder if there is a way to do a head - I wouldn't know - but you would! Love your new blog and header! sandie

Grace said...

I'm sure it was charming in it's entirety. Perhaps it's time to re-paint the the vase and fill it with Spring flowers...

Grace said...

Oh, yes I forgot to say - Love the re-decorating on the blog - love the header (You know how crazy I am about quilled anything!). I like the "awesome" blogger template - I use it myself - clean and bright, not too busy. Lovely look...

Donna said...

Well, it's pretty!
hughugs

Out on the prairie said...

Still nice, but that poor headless bee may need some flowers

~ a paper {life} said...

so I am not the only one who saves {almost} useless stuff.

LOVE the new look and the pic of Duke with the quilling
:)

Sandee said...

I think this is adorable and the colors are awesome. What a bright cheerful piece. It would make me smile.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Ratty said...

It looks good even without the head.

allotments4you said...

Well I think it's incredibly decorative...i wouldn't even have known there was a bit missing had you not told me!!

DebbieM said...

Ann, it needs a head! I can't envision it without a head? I love your header, you need to teach me how to do that with a Dixie picture on my blog. It looks absolutely fabulous!!

Marg said...

We love the new header too. It sure would look better if the bumblebee had a head. Then there would be a place for the head. Guess you had better get to work on the bumble bee head. Take care.

Catherine said...

Too funny! I wonder where the head went.
xo Catherine

Lin said...

I'm gonna do an intervention here, Ann....

You need to:

A) Make the bee a new head

or

B) cut your losses and toss what is left

It's just silly, Ann. Silly. Next thing you know, you'll be losing your cat. (Hoarders always "lose" their cats I've noticed. I'm a "Hoarders" expert from watching the show so much.) :P

SweetMarie said...

Ann...make a new head! THH!

Debra Dickinson said...

I love your blog - your photography, your humor, the way you write. Pretty amazing. Sorry I'm behind. Will catch up soon. :)

Country Mouse Studio said...

I'd love to have seen it all together.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

He ain't fessed-up yet? GOOD BOY!

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