Friday, July 27, 2007

Photo Hunt - Creative

Some of you have seen these photos before but I thought they fit the creative category well so I'm posting them again. We made these 'donuts' out of cheerios. . .. . .and this ice cream cone out of Bugles snack chips and cream cheese.And if you scroll down to the next post you'll see a really neat photo of a zinnia bud that looks a little weird.

31 comments:

Lana G! said...

Now that truly is creative!!

PowersTwinB said...

Oh man! I love your minatures!!! I have been here in the past, and everytime I come, I am amazed all over again! lol...great for this weeks theme! My photo is up, please come and visit

Diane said...

While I have seen some creative photos today - Yours is at the top.

I am so going to have to try this with my kids.

GREAT Take on the theme and thanks for re-posting it!

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

For miniatures, they sure look mighty tasty. Great ideas and great photos. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.

tegdirb92 said...

wow, that is really creative. It takes someone really talented to come up with something like that!!

Corrie said...

I forgot about the cheerio donuts, we'll definitely have to try this (I think even Russ will enjoy it).

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Wow! You made those donuts and that ice cream cone? That's really creative and looks yummy too.
Thanks for the vist.

jmb said...

Great photos for the theme. I love the tiny donuts.

Lynn said...

I love the teeny weeny donuts! :)

PastorMac's Ann said...

So cute. I think tiny stuff like this is SO COOL. Love your flower photos from the post before. Really lovely.

ipanema said...

I love that ice cream and the cone! very creative! :)

jams o donnell said...

Wonderful miniatures! Great take on this week's theme. Happy weekend

pat said...

Very creative!!! I love the little donuts!

Happy Weekend.

Dragonheart said...

Awesome! :) Very cool and creative! :)

Jean-Luc Picard said...

A lot of people would be eager to sample those.

meeyauw said...

Love it! That is so creative! I can see how you made it when I looked at the big pictures. But what I don't get is where did you get the itty bitty doughnut box???

Chris said...

Thanks for your visit and comment.

It must have taken a good deal of patience to create your lovely doughnuts and ice cream. Thomas (he of the bird feeder) doesn't have a lot of this attribute so stirring bird seed into melted fat and shovelling it into a flower pot suits him very well!

JC said...

Making me hungry, again... lol. What a great idea for a party, those bugle snacks! Really like your flower shots, too!

Gran - (Angela) said...

Great idea for our creative theme. Your minatures are awesome.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Come see mine:http://thelifeandtimesofgran.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-creative.html

I Was Born2Cree8 said...

That is definitely creative, making those tiny replicas of the real thing. Well done.

Happy Hunting. Come on over and have a look at mine.

Crooked Eyebrow said...

those are so creative and cute!

Bongga Mom said...

That is awesome!!! I never would have guessed they were Cheerios. However did you do it? Now that's creative!

alisonwonderland said...

these would have fit last week's theme "tiny" too! so neat!

YTSL said...

Definitely agree with you that the zinnia bud looks like a creature from another planet! :D

CRIZ LAI said...

That’s real creative. The mini ice cream looks tempting. Happy Weekend! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-creative.html

Miz said...

Very cute, works for last week as well!

Expat Traveler said...

now that is so creative! I love the ice cream cone... too cute, although it's great to know how you made it.

Leslie said...

What a cool idea! So creative.

Tristi Pinkston said...

How incredibly cute -- I never would have thought to do something like that.

athena said...

yup, these pics should win the prize for creativity pics. what fun (i'll have to remember to show my kids).

Anne Bradshaw said...

What a great blog! Found you on another LDS site. Thanks for the wonderful photos. I love taking pictures also and have a ton of sunsets on my blog if you want to pop on over.