Sunday, 20 January 2013

IRISH FOLK FURNITURE

9 comments:

Dartford Warbler said...

What a beautiful and unusual film. It`s so good to see old pieces of country furniture being given a new lease of life, and literally coming to life!

Mac n' Janet said...

Absolutely fascinating!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

So, so creative.
And just delightful.
Thanks so much for sharing.
Lots of smiles whilst watching!
xoxo,
p

donna baker said...

Cait, Birdie (my parrot) and I so enjoyed the little film. I wish you could have seen him cocking his head to and fro, intently watching. He loves to blog with me and really enjoyed this post. I love Sundance. You can't see films like this anywhere else.

Vee said...

Loved this charming little video...so creative and the results were wonderful.

Unknown said...

Oh, this was so sweet and so special. It made me long to be in Ireland. Loved it!

Jenny said...

What a treat, this sweet little film. Thank you so much for posting.

Teresa Evangeline said...

What an enchanting little film. I'm so glad you posted it. And, I have to ask, who is the painter in your header image? That is wonderful!

Pondside said...

I loved this. I didn't know that the Irish voice sounds so much like the Cape Breton voice.