I'm having a sack on my door.
I'm hooked. All I did was cut cheap mounting board to fit the inside so it holds its shape, pinned the front to the back to keep it closed. I could attach the flag to the front as I did the other. Now I will get another natural canvas bag and stamp or stencil with aging. The light canvas needs something on it, the denim looks fine plain. No weight or bulk from the plants, and I can stick a few twigs or silk vines inside. If I want it puffed a little, plastic grocery bags will do the trick. I have yards of really heavy canvas from JoAnn's that I was planning to sew into sacks and Patti was going to stamp and age. She's been gone a year already.
Here's progress on the PS. Loving the colors. The roof will probably be one strand of 310 with 844. Haven't decided if I will follow the chart on the windows but if I do, they will be a pale yellow as if the lights were on. If I don't, I will chose a color to outline the panes instead. That will be last. Right now I need to choose the grape colors and don't want too bright, too dark, too strong.
It's hot. Finally! But with each passing year, I seem to have an internal gauge that gets higher. Never bothered me before and I enjoyed the heat. It is only mid 80's and my body is Velcro. Sticky enough that the bathroom coffee dash needs to be anticipated to give me an extra minute to peel off these pants. It's not sweat, it's glue. I have Elmer's seeping from my pores. I need to start using a body powder again. But when Elmer's hits it, I may turn a milky shade of Modge Podge. Very loose men's cotton t's are all I am comfortable in (they hide a lot too), otherwise, the blouses/tops stick to me. But it's summer and I will put up with it.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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