“Our Heavenly Father is aware of our needs and will help us as we call upon him for assistance. I believe that no concern of ours is too small or insignificant. The Lord is in the details of our lives” –Thomas S Monson
Can turned Fairy tree or Toad House Materials Needed: Empty can wax paper piece of burlap or craft felt Hot glue gun Tacky Glue Water Soft Paper (paper towels or a homemade type paper or use tissues if stronger paper isn't available) paint brushes acrylic craft paint (suggestions for color: cafe mocha, burnt sienna, golden brown, black)
Use a toothpick to put lots of lines in the waterfall. Run lots of vertical creases so it looks like water flowing. Make some spares in case something happens, make a few extra ones. Once it is dry you can peel it off the wax paper. The caulk is a bit flimsy and it won't hold up well so just cut a strip out of a 2 liter bottle. Make the strip about the width of your desired waterfall but make the lenght several inches longer. You will trim the length when ready to install it.
Surreal Blossoming Head Sculptures Made of Wax | London-based artist Rebecca Stevenson creates figurative sculptures that blossom into surreal structures. Her multimedia figures, primarily constructed out of wax, incorporate floral motifs. The artists produces realistic renderings of heads paired with unconventional patterns and colors that burst out from the temple of her bodiless subjects.