Found this cute owl in a geocache. It looks hand sewn. It’s only about an inch and half tall. Would be a cute signature item for anyone who is handy with a needle and thread. And especially fun for anyone with an ‘owl’ trailname.
I searched the web for a tutorial for it and found one:
My new thing. Geocaching thumbtacks. I hope to get some out to caches this weekend.
A dusky butterfly hand crocheted by Dusky Wing.
I found it in one of her great caches in a local Conservation Area. It was an old fashioned kind of cache series in the park. No carpet bombing of the park. A nice walk through half the park for 4 great caches. All nicely hidden, out of site of non-geocachers but find-able for geocachers. All near the trail, no bushwacking which opens it up to people with mobility issues. All authentic lock n locks. All swag size. All with laminated info sheets. An assortment of trinkets and each had a dusky wing butterfly. At the time there were 2 left. I took one for my collection. It was a wonderful walk, and a great all-round geocaching experience by someone who cares to provide a traditional quality geocaching experience for a wide audience of geocachers.
Plastic personalized coin. Nice idea. Wonder what it costs to get these made?
Made these last week and will be putting them in the next caches I find. If you find one please let me know. :)
Found these in the Safari series by the African Lion Safari. Nice signature items. I saw the a painted rocks on their instagram page and finally got to find one in person. They paint the rocks then apply scrapbook lettering.
I have a soft spot for these little figurines. I remember, as a child, the anticipation of opening a new box of tea, wondering what figurine might be inside.
I found this sweet little British-style house in an ammo can geocache on the weekend. Now I have 2 – a camel and this house. Traded it for 2 of my Dr Who handcrafted fridge magnets – the War Doctor and Silurian.