I started with:
one failed painting, 4 mini wooden picket fences, blue and white paint, green vinyl, white buttons, spring-y paper, hot glue and my Slice.
I love how it turned out but I have no idea where to put it!
He’s a bit slow sometimes.
Despite looking like a garage door, this actually leads into the basement.
And directly above it is a window.
This is the window I yell out when I want to take a shower and Mike is filling water and I want to know how freakin long it could possibly take because I JUST WANT TO WASH MY HAIR.
Anyways, those foot prints belong to Mr. Fluff.
He gets all sorts of confused when I yell out the window.
He can hear mommy.
But he can’t see mommy.
And that it not nice.
So until my dog learns to look up (or I stop yelling out windows) I’ll have muddy paw prints on my basement doors.
|I tried to do all of one color at a time to cut back on brush washing|
|Ignore the random junk. We still haven’t unpacked the garage, don’t judge!|
|We wanted it to stand away from the barn to inhibit moisture retention|
|View from the road|
|Before touch up|
Linked up at Farmgirl Friday
I’ve been working on my super awesome project for the last two days.
Hopefully I’ll have it done and ready to share by Tuesday when I have help putting it up.
Got a bit side tracked when a neighbor stopped by to tell me my turkey was down by her barn.
Cut to 1 hour traipsing trough the woods looking for the hen.
Almost caught her once but then she got away.
We lost her about 1/2 mile from the house so I’m hoping she’ll hear the toms (all 4 are gobbling up a storm these days) and make it back.
So far we’ve been incredibly lucky with predators. We’ve lost one duck and 2 polish hens that refused to go in the barn at night, preferring the life threatening strategy of sitting in the middle of a field.
|Who wouldn’t come back for this? Check out that beard!|
I’ll keep you updated!