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John Lennon

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 1, 10 at 23:48

A tribute
We start with a 1 ounce silver coin of John Lennon the beatle (how's that for a garden tie-in?)
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Add the spring from a tractor clutch
A piece of BLUE stemware
The top from a BLUE apothecary jar
And the desk-top bubble magnifying glass
Like so:
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and you blindly assemble them all to:
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The coin is mounted under the glass but all attempts (so far) have failed to produce a good picture.

All the while I was being watched by Angie's (she's my grand niece)new bug. This one is mounted on Slate from India.
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Robert


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Robert- You've ALWAYS got some grand new item! I absolutely LOVE the bug!


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Very clever garden tie-in. I am so impressed with your work. It is so fun to see the possibilities in ordinary objects.


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I love the Beatle tie-in,too ! Made me LOL !

Hey Robert - what do you do with all your creations ? Is your house decorated beyond belief ?
( if not ...........it should be ! )


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The "spring" from the tractor clutch certainly ties it to GJ, too! Ya sold me, Robert!...a quite beautiful pc with the Lennon coin encased. And the bottle bug's mounting spot is gorgeous! TFS! (haven't found your works online yet...but know they are there...congrats!) Jeanne S.


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Fabulously groovy.
Kathy


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Very cool bug! And I love your John Lennon coin holder. It's just too bad it didn't show up as well as you wanted.


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Ha Ha Ha!!!! Good one! Don't we all wish we had a Beatle in our yard, All we need is Love!


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