When most people travel, they do so to experience the world and create memories.
When I travel, my favorite way to bring these memories home is by creating my own travel souvenirs, like my DIY “Father’s Day” nature sculpture.
This simple sculpture, made of driftwood and a white starfish, hangs on our living room wall to remind me of that day on the beach – Father’s Day 2009.
The driftwood is a symbol of my husband, the father in “Father’s Day.” The five-point star symbolizes our four children and me.
A simple project, really. The hard part was recognizing this piece of driftwood as a symbol of our family.
To read more about how I found the driftwood, and the steps I consider when constructing it, click here.
You can view the piece in my gallery, along with my other art, by clicking here.