Tutorial #38 part 2: Felt fish in an aquarium ★

23 Responses

  1. dirk1heidi says:

    How beautiful that girl is

  2. Marguerita says:

    What a nice idea, I'll remember it for my daughter's underwater party. Maybe not with felt, but paper, but it is very nice that way

  3. Angelique says:

    Super fun to give as a gift!

  4. Florentine says:

    Super cute! Very nice idea

  5. Tamara TS says:

    Great fun weather!!!

  6. M.Th. says:

    Wat a fun idea! And beautifully detailed too.

  7. Denise says:

    That looks so nice! I've been saying for a while that I want an aquarium with fish, so this is the ideal solution for now, haha 😉

  8. this is too cute. Also fun with the kids, put on Finding Nemo and they want to make this too.

  9. Michelle says:

    Looks super nice!

  10. ricardo says:

    This looks so nice! Really, so much respect for your creativity.

  11. I think it's cute! And original!

  12. Morgaine says:

    I'm going to send these to my work, they are so nice, and maybe not made of felt, I can imagine making it out of cardboard, if you know what the symbolism of fish can be, especially goldfish or the Asian Koi's, etc. 😉

    X

  13. jeapiebel says:

    How I envy your creativity. Very nice idea to make an aquarium from a pot. Nice fish. Fish must certainly be able to swim.

    • Els says:

      Yes, because if they don't swim there is a problem :-). Don't be jealous, you make very beautiful creations with make up :-).

  14. Petra says:

    What a cheerful whole! Very nice!

  15. Yolanda says:

    Wat a fun idea! Also nice to give as an original gift to the teacher instead of a treat.

  16. Inge says:

    They are even more fun this way! I can imagine this would look very nice in a children's room 🙂

  17. Connie says:

    Nice though! All the fish swim in the water?

  18. Good. Completely finished in their fish tank! 🙂

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