Again it's been a while. Nearly eight months to be precise, but... I haven't forgotten my florist. It's just that right now we are travelling a lot and while away from home I can't do much. (My other blog: Marion's Miniatures, deals with our last trip and a visit to a small dolls house show with some pictures.) Sometimes I take my miniature knitting, but that's about all. However, being home for three weeks between two overseas trips I have been able to manage to get a workshop ready for the Brisbane club and also a rusty old chair for my florist.
For a while I have had my eyes on a workshop in one of my Dutch mini magazines, but since I am not very good at soldering I have been putting it off, until today! Another reason was the wire. I couldn't get the right thickness and when I did it was on a roll, which makes it a lot more difficult to handle, but....... here it is:
The seat of the chair has been taken out and replaced with a kind of wire basket. The chair can be decorated according to the season and since I've just returned from the US it's been decorated with autumn in mind and thus pumpkins, of which we must have seen hundreds!!! But it was great and autumn has again become my favourite season (in my mind, because where I live we don't quite experience autumn).
The chair was first treated with primer and than with rust from a 'scenic rust' kit. It's every body's guess what will be next on my list, but I'll have lots of time to think about it, because I'll be away till mid January. No Christmas decorations in my florist yet..... ;-)
I have noticed that my list of followers has grown again. Welcome to all newcomers. When I am back home again with more time on my hands, I will dive into it, have a look at your blogs, where possible, and welcome you all properly.
See you again in the new year.
Watson Mill - wash stand
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