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Show Us Your Creative Fossil Displays


Rockin' Ric

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Hello ya'll! I've seen various "Creative Displays" of your fossil collections, was fascinated and impressed by the presentations. Show us one or two pictures of those displays, I'm eager to see more and sure the rest of us can get those our creative juices flowing to build our own. Here is one of mine with drawing/graphics info, 3D Calamite Stem, matted and placed in a shadow box... Also welcome those who've made fossil jewelry!

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I have two bowls I put beach sand in and made non living/fossil gardens in them. It is nice for larger things that wouldn't fit into a riker well. The sand dollars and barnacles aren't fossils but shows the basic idea! lol I am planning on making another one with fossils soon. :)

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I have two bowls I put beach sand in and made non living/fossil gardens in them. It is nice for larger things that wouldn't fit into a riker well. The sand dollars and barnacles aren't fossils but shows the basic idea! lol I am planning on making another one with fossils soon. :)

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I love those bowls Lisa!

The more I learn, I realize the less I know.

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...Here is one of mine with drawing/graphics info, 3D Calamite Stem, matted and placed in a shadow box...

An elegant presentation; gallery worthy! :wub:

"There has been an alarming increase in the number of things I know nothing about." - Ashleigh Ellwood Brilliant

“Try to learn something about everything and everything about something.” - Thomas Henry Huxley

>Paleontology is an evolving science.

>May your wonders never cease!

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