Thanks HelenI love your didgeridoo. I can't wait to see another video of you playing it.
Great playing Patty. I love your dulcimer!
Thanks John! I guess it ain't bad for an instrument that looks similar to a Spam can
Thanks Ken! The dog wouldn't leave me be. She walked around a couple of times bumping into the dulcimer, lol. Thanks Cindy, James and Cynthia!
Patty that was a fine job on that tricky little tune. Very interesting also that backyard, I'm going to have me one of those one of those days.
Hey, Patty, nice to see you post a video. It is amazing that you can make that cardboard dulcimer sound so good.. nice playing. Watching your dogs nose sticking out from behind the end of the dulcimer was an added treat
Nicely done Patty, I like it,that blue wonder sounds good.
Thanks Rob, Lexie, Pam
If you have kids I highly recommend this as a project for them. Adult supervision is needed depending on how old the kids are. A hammer and a drill were used along with some sand paper and wool. Believe it or not the hardest part was the decoupage of the hummingbirds. If I do this again I may use flat paint which is easier to paint with different colors and then finish with a semi-gloss clear coat over that....and it won't be blue and yellow
Wonderful, Patty. Those cardboard instruments do sound good in the right hands.