Inspired :: Kusafune

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This whale is a vase and the blowhole is where you put your bitty flowers. So adorable! 

How fabulous are these ceramics? They are from a company in Japan called Kusafune, and I have to admit there are some things lost in translation that not even google translate is making clear, but that's what is fantastic about such gorgeous creativity – you really don't need to know the language to fall in love. You can find out more about Kusafune on their blog here, and check out the retailers that carry their ceramics here

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This sweet elephant vase with the little bird on the back would make any shelf look better.

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There is just something about sheep that I can not resist. Where I live they are everywhere, and I am always telling my husband that someday I will own sheep, so before that is possible…I think I'll take all of these please. – Tiffany King

{Kusafune}

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