Here we go with the answers. I’ll repost the photos to remind you of what they are:
Number 1: The kids have got a turtle-shaped Little Tykes sandpit in the garden. They have grown out of it, really, but they still won’t let me get rid of it! The lid keeps blowing off and when it rains it fills with water. This is the lid with sand in the indentations in the turtle pattern, and filled with rainwater. Sorry, that was a bit difficult… Elizabet’s answer was the closest, I think! Good texture though, eh?
This is the lid rightside up!
And this is what the base of the sandpit looks like now! Yukky, isn’t it? Maybe I should dig a hole in the garden and use it as the base of a pond….
Number 2: This is the mould growing on the top of my dyepot after it has been soaking and forgotten for a few weeks! So, Fiona, you guessed this one more or less correctly, though it was in the back garden rather than the fridge….
Number 3: This is an enamel plate on which baked sausages have been cooked and then soaked in water. I thought the colours and patterns were interesting.
Number 4: A Pyrex bowl with jelly and raspberries in it, viewed from above. Well done, Elizabet and Mags!
Number 5: The lid of my dyeing stockpot sitting in my studio with the reflection of the plastic crates in which I store my fabric. Again, top marks Elizabet and Mags!
Finally, number 6. This one has been on my blog but a long time ago so let’s see if anyone finds or guesses it! Well done, Mags, you guessed it – London from the London Eye.
And just to prove to Fiona that she is not the only one with interesting things growing in her fridge, here is a photo of something I threw out just before going on holiday!
I thought the range of colours in the mould was quite intriguing! DS2 was the culprit here – he had to draw the contents of a can of food spilling on to a plate, for his art homework. He chose baked beans, put said baked beans into a tupperware instead of eating them for his lunch, left them in the fridge and forgot them!