All doors open to courtesy. Thomas Fuller
Figuratively speaking, the goal of this blog is to help me exercise my writing skills – informally of course, as well as to possibly “open some doors” in the line of writing and presenting for the “artsy-craftsy” community. So, I’m sharing a hodge-podge of my creativeness for those who want to check-out my catalog of creations.
On my grandmother’s rambling, mountain property, lie numerous “treasures” including…. old rusty cars, abandoned sheds, barns, outhouses, etc. When my husband and I built our small cabin nearby, we were not impressed at the glaring white sight of the side of the refrigerator staring out at us in the kitchen. So, when we were wandering Grandma’s junk yard this spring, we decided to take the door off of an old shed sitting in the trees. It has already been overtaken by small animals and pine-needles, so we didn’t feel too guilty. We took it home, dusted it off, and retro-fitted the doorknob, so it only protrudes on one side (so it will fit). Then we cut a piece of wood t fit where the window sat and painted it with chalkboard paint. We didn’t have any chalk yet, when I snapped this picture, but now we do, and the message says, “The Huck’s are here. Gone to Miller Creek!” This was such a fun project, and it barely cost anything. Re-purposing old items and taking finds from trash-to-treasure is one of my favorite hobbies. Thanks for letting me share!