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Crafty 2


Like Berrima there is plenty of crafty stuff in Berry but being near the coast their items take on more of a seaside theme. What are you are meant to do with those bits of driftwood stringed together?

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  1. I ask that about many things I see in bric-a-brac shops whether in Berry, Berrima or Leura.

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  2. Well, all together they look cool inside the basket! :-)))

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  3. A very pleasing collage. The colours work well together.

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  4. i actually have one hanging in my garden from a trip taken long ago...it was an inexpensive souvenir and makes me smile...as does this mosaic!

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  5. When we went to Port Macdonnell, the cafe (Periwinkles) there had those driftwood thingys.
    They just had them hanging by the side of an internal door and sort of draped over a bench.
    They looked pretty good.

    I never see any driftwood when I'm on the beach - where are they getting all this driftwood from?

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  6. I've don't see driftwood at the beach either but perhaps they get up early to collect it ... in which case I will never see any.

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