By Marion Auger | 2 comments
The bigger one is around 60 cm, the smaller is 20 cm high. Sand is added into the form to keep them on the ground.
April 2, 2012 at 3:30AM
eek these are really cool, I've been wanting to get some pagodas for our yard but the cement ones at the garden shop are so expensive! I recently start working with paper mache clay pulp and I am pretty sure I could make something like this, but what did you do to waterproof/weatherproof it so its ok to put outside?
hoping to have my own gallery soon, just applied for one
April 5, 2012 at 5:15AM
Hi again just wanted to let you know I've got my gallery here now, come check it out sometime if you have the time :D
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