|Project by Bradford||posted 1234 days ago||2651 views||0 times favorited||8 comments|
After the big response back home from all the women in my life, I was asked to build more doors. I decided while building basically the same doors, but with a little difference in appearance so to make them originals, that I would make windows to match. (that was one long run on sentence) I made all the doors the same shape, but burnt one, poly’d and burnt the second, and finally burnt one and carved it afterward, packaged them for shipping, took quick pics, then went back to make the windows. Same design again, added my own Gnome pics that I drew up. I added signs for the door knobs as an added feature, so the ladies could do a little craft time. Some of the signs are pre-written and some blank. The doors and windows are cedar, oak limbs, and spanish moss. Pine signs, paper clips for hangers, and photocopied pics of my little smiling gnome. Let me know what you think.
As a additional note, I saw that one of the LJs wife, made a pine door and shelves to go with her fairy collection. While her door looks similar, I promise I didn’t see it until after I had made mine. My doors and windows are meant for the outside garden or tree.
-- so much wood, so little time. Bradford. Wood-a-holics unanimous president