I mentioned last week that I love rocks along with dirt and everything that seems to be associated with my passion for clay. So you might not be surprised to know that sometimes when I make an oogly, I’m inspired by my garden. And this set of ooglys I made have a perfect home in my garden.
|Oogly heads in my garden|
|Ooglys like to hide in the greenery and blend in with the rocks.|
The next time your kids want to try a different kind of oogly – ask them what they can leave off and how it makes a difference. It’s all about the possibilities.
|A pile of ooglys!|