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Recycling at its Finest: How to Build a Magnificent Milk Jug Igloo, Creative and easy project to entertain kids.

i is for igloo. Recycling at its Finest: How to Build a Magnificent Milk Jug Igloo, Creative and easy project to entertain kids.

DIY: make your own paper out of almost everything.

beautiful tutorial on handmade paper // Tutorial para hacer papel

Teddy aus Handschuh

Squirrel made from glove. I bought grey gloves today for Hopefully they will be transformed into a little grey squirrel within the month. Toooooo many projects on my plate, but I want to get to the squirrel sooner than later

Für großen Kinderbastelspaß

DIY Shampoo Bottle Monster Pencil Holder - fun craft to do with your kids! Turn those old shampoo bottles into something useful!

theasefountain:      The opon Ifa (Ifa divination board) I had made for me by Lukman Fakeye of Ibadan, Nigeria. It features images of Egungun (ancestors), bata and dundun drummers, agemo (chameleon), igbin (snail) and python - animals sacred to Obatala, egedu (mudfish), bird and Esu. Àse! Aboru aboye abosise!

theasefountain: The opon Ifa (Ifa divination board) I had made for me by Lukman Fakeye of Ibadan, Nigeria. It features images of Egungun (ancestors), bata and dundun drummers, agemo (chameleon), igbin (snail) and python - animals sacred to Obatala, egedu (mudfish), bird and Esu. Àse! Aboru aboye abosise!

Nice Divination Board carved for one of our customers (Mr Fanego) , by Akeem Fakeye

Nice Divination Board carved for one of our customers (Mr Fanego) , by Akeem Fakeye

Yoruba Opon Ifa / Circular Tray (Opon Ribiti), Nigeria

A Yoruba divination tray, Nigeria

Oya, Yoruba.

from the lithographs of Orisha by Alberto del Pozo from about the 1980

Africa | Divination board for Ifa Priest. Yoruba peoples, Nigeria

Divination Board for Ifa Priest, Africa, Nigeria, Yoruba Peoples

Africa | Two divination boards 'opon-ifa' from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. |  Used by the Ifa priests. | Wood

Divination boards 'opon-ifa' from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Used by the Ifa priests.