It's positively amazing that rough stones become so beautiful and crystalline jewels after being polishing by gurgling springs day and night. Surely, whatever you want to do will be paid off as long as you manage it well. Like these lovely stones, a piece of exquisite artwork needs a long polishing process as well, including much time and patience, artists' admiration of beauty, as well as their respects to nature. I expect these "beautiful jewels" will bring a breath of fresh and natural air for your home and cheer you up every day!
Persevering Spider Art box
Regardless of wind and rain, there are ordinary figures hiding in the corner. They are weaving their thin webs, which are as fine as artwork. So inflexible and rigorous spirit it is like a tireless scholar.
Sweet Career Sewing box | Art box
Pick a bunch of fragrance, and then make a cup of honey. What could be better than such a job more sweet and pleasant? Even if only for inebriating in fragrance with the whole life, it's worthy that works harder.
The Soil's Secret Jewelry box|Art box
When I was small, I liked to put my favorite treasures into a glass bottle, and then bury them under the ground where nobody knew it. It seemed that only the steady soil was my treasures' dependable keeper.
Bleak Beauty Card holder|Art box
No matter how dilapidated house wouldn't be really abandoned. The water on the ground is refelcting a web which is detailed and rigorous, as if it would like to remind you that the master lives here is how delicate he is.
I like to watch the birds outside the window jumping on the branches to work hard on tearing at worms, which is their favorite thing. However, sometimes they just stand under a leaf, and they might think about where else has more foods.
A Bird's Leisure Time Penholder|Card holder
The Ocean's Secret Jewellry box
Sometimes I wonder where the precious necklace of Titanic would be in? Would it sink into thick seaweeds or land in a cave? Anyway, it must be gentle cared wherever it would be, for there is no better the place for ''The Heart of the Ocean'' than the ocean itself.