The Olympic Rings in Pottery

If you combine a garage full of West German pottery with the London Olympics, and a free afternoon… what do you get?

 

 

 

 

And the finished article:

 

The Olympic Rings in West German Pottery
The Olympic Rings in West German Pottery
West German Pottery Olympic Rings
West German Pottery Olympic Rings
Taking the Olympic Glory!
Taking the Olympic Glory!

Aidan was taking the pictures so I got the posing duty. I won’t go into detail, but suffice it to say, that my plan of just lying the pieces of pottery into circles was quickly vetoed by Aidan. Before I knew it, he’d got his bamboo cane and string out to measure out the circles properly.

Team GB seem to be picking up the pace – and the medals – in the Olympics in the last couple of days. Yesterday, although I was gutted for Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish, I was very pleased for the Men’s team. Not just a gold medal but another World Record?! Brilliant!

We’re off to watch British Sea Power at the Ruby Lounge tonight, then off to Southport for another wedding tomorrow; so not so much Olympics watching for me for the next couple of days.

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Jan Marriott says:

    from what I understand the Olympic logo police will be around to your garden and make you dismantle the display.

  2. This is amazing!!! I also love the idea of Aidan’s insistence on accurate measurements!

    1. littleowlski says:

      He made a compass out of sticks and string… Aren’t you supposed to be on your way to Spain?? x

  3. Steve says:

    I like the way your minds work – and of course you make me yearn for a chance to come buy more pottery

  4. rubat says:

    Very good!!..Aidan is so thorough :)….

  5. Sah says:

    This is very Awesome! noice!

  6. Sah says:

    Reblogged this on Sah's Dusty Shelf Companion Guide and commented:
    I just have to share this super clever post by the guys of Little Owl Ski.
    I love how even the W/German pottery are fully getting into the spirit of the London Olympic games!

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