CREATIVE HELP PLEASE! does anyone know where to get some CHEEP tree faces or how to make them oUt of anything? I love the faces looking out of the yard but 20-30$ for one face is just too much. I need some creative minds to give me some ideas!

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Comment by Meri Lee on February 28, 2012 at 7:20am
NOT doing the food thing. I dont have the time to play with all that. I have thought about the casting thing too. Gail where did you find faces for 5$. Honestly I have been eyeballin my dremel!
Comment by Gail Elwood on February 26, 2012 at 7:21pm

we found a face on sale for $5, you just gave me the idea to use sand to make copies of the one I have using either a pour able resin or plaster of paris. More thought could be given about making  a casting to make permanent molds and using foods to make the faces with peanut butter and grains other things to make it stiff.....hummmmm more about this later.

Comment by Bernadette Banville z-6/7 ma on February 24, 2012 at 8:33pm

why not try making them out of food for the birds. a nose could be some fruit of some kind, bagles for huge eyes/glasses, if you smother them with peanut butter then seeds oh boy! , banana for a smile, butterflies will go after that, if you use very small nails-they should not hurt the tree, of course keep using the same nail holes once your food is all gone, my guess you will get very creative after you make a few, plu syour feathered friends will love you to!   :) of course post the pics before the birds devor them.  or if you just want the faces without any other critter appeal- use stuff like shells, rocks, drift wood all natural stuff, hot glue gun will keep all that on the tree for a bit.

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