20 June 2010





we've been going to a lot of thrift stores lately and collecting many different jars and other glass containers. at first making fun terrariums, but now i thought i'd go a little more aquatic and make little aquariums!

this is also a tribute to my dad who raised fish his whole life. Happy Fathers day!

11 comments:

ophelia said...

Thank you so much for your comment, the aquariums are beautiful.

motsinutiles said...

hello there!:) i love both your terrariums and your aquariums, they are lovely! nice blog, i likes the photos in the engagement and the cats posts as well :)

lina said...

how cute! do they have names? : )

Vanessa said...

So cute! I had two goldfish but had to give them to a friend when I moved home to the U.S. for six months last year. I miss them :-(

hila said...

I used to have to cutest little goldfish, his name was Dougie :)
I love your fish!

Jenni said...

Looks nice but I hope this fellow doesn't have to spend his whole life alone in tiny jar. :)
I'm dreaming of building cambodian biotope for my siamese fighting fish Rupert.

Yoli said...

This is lovely as is your sentiment towards your Dad.

Lavender Playground said...

I used to keep fishes but unfortunately they all didn't last very long, I guess mine was a bit high maintance? Your fish looks pretty comfy in it's home, will it have other playmates soon?

thwany said...

other fish will be so jealous after they see these digs

Delphine said...

I really, really like these, but please, don't let that fish in that tiny jar, it's extremely cruel. it needs an aquarium that isn't round, and that has at least 3 to 4 times more space than that jar, or it'll go insane, and die from stress very quickly, without being able to let you know :(

Make it Easy said...

thank you for all your comments!!

delphine:
yes, i know, i sadly realized that too :-(
i transferred some into a much larger home, and one of the fishes even gave birth!! so i have more babies to take care of. so i will definitely find bigger homes for them. thank you for your concern...sorry for worrying you