Friday, February 17, 2012

Sausalito Rock Sculpture

While visiting one of our favorite spots, Sausalito, we happened upon an Asian man doing some rock scuptures at the edge of the water. It was such a beautiful day that even the sea gulls flocked around to enjoy the sunshine and scuptures. My husband took this very beautiful picture of one of the best natural art pieces. I thought you would enjoy the magnificent elegance of the rocks which were just balanced carefully and not fastened down in any way......truly amazing!

The bottom photo is of some Valentine treats simply wrapped in double sided cardstock (they were the same paper sheet) and fancied up with stamped and cut out images. The 'HUG' stamp was from a Hero Arts set and the 'ours is a fine Romance' is a G Studio stamp. The words and labels were inked with G studio chalk ink in the round containers. The ink pads are juicy, convenient, space-saving, deliver a soft distressable color, and the screw on lids make them quite air-tight, plus they cost only $1.25! Woot woot what a bargain! Oh yes, the labels were cut out with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. Decorating a chocolate bar is a quick way to make a simple gift special. Have a crafty weekend!


3 comments:

Annette said...

that rock sculpture is so awesome...I love how you decorated those candy bars...very cute..

Creations by Shirl said...

What a unique rock sculpture... that person is just marvelous in designing his skills... Awesome Lynn.... At least you got this on a photo...You should enlarge it and make a pretty photo frame out it....
Love those deco wrappers for your delish candy bars... how cute and creative....

Cheryl said...

Amazing piece of rock sculpture! And great photo too! Your candy bar covers turned out really cute!!!