The other day we had outdoor blinds applied to all the windows and doors. They are the kind that come down really slowly and when completely shut, lock out all light. My teenage son is thrilled! He can now sleep till 3 in the afternoon and never be troubled by sunlight. Its a godsend, really. In any case, I’m not really sure why we got them because neither my husband nor I use them. I guess its just one of those things… when in Rome and all that. All our neighbors have them so… But the point of this post is that they came with these nifty little Styrofoam donut looking things. Well actually, they were packed with them and the workers were just unpacking the boxes of blinds and pitching these fantastic little pieces of inspiration into the garbage. Well, I just scooped them up and decided I would make some sort of art installation out of them and this is what I came up with.
I used tissue paper and diluted wallpaper glue to collage each one individually, then a glue gun to stick them together. Voila!
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