I know it is taking me FOREVER to get this master bedroom done but with everything else going on it tends to get put on the back burner.
Remember my tape holder I go way back here?
And that I pulled out the extra shelves here?
Well, It finally made it's way up onto the wall. Oh boy! I had my hubby put it up for me. I don't know exactly how he put it up but I do know that it's not coming down anytime soon. That's good since Alaska is prone to earthquakes but bad if you are the kind of person who likes to change stuff around all the time. *raising hand*
Any way... I had to do this project while it hung on the wall. My table? The 100 year old trunk.
I was very careful and nothing happened but 100 year old trunks should not be used as craft tables.
If using your 100 year old trunk isn't enough for you, use your brand new comforter as a second table.
Also NOT recommended, but you use what ya got.
I tore up an atlas that was on it's last limb and used a mixture of glue and water to adhere the pages to the back.
After I was done I popped the shelves back in and let it dry.
Then I let my husband stock it with his eagle feather and insulator collection.
The chippy wood, the map background, the old insulators, the natural feathers....I love it together.
Know who loves it more? My husband. This is his one and only display of his collections. We will be pulling out some of his larger insulators to use around the room.
Cost: $ .67- I had to buy glue
What the heck is an insulator? Click here.