|Project by janice||posted 03-24-2013 11:10 PM||1422 views||1 time favorited||17 comments|
I wasn’t gonna post this but then I thought what the hell, maybe I’ll get conversation out of this tonight. This was a very weathered log that ended up on my ground after high water last summer. Kept it for the fire pit but I liked the way it stands and wanted to do something with it. Bored at home yesterday waiting for the big snow storm that finally came today, so this is what I did with it. So far 9 inches and it’s still coming down. Not that common in St Louis. Anyway, I did this with my dremel tool and I know it’s not carving, but it’s making me more interested in actually trying the real thing. This was fun to make and I think it’s alittle cheesey but my husband likes it. We will probably put this on the deck or the bottom of the steps at the cabin or back in the stack of firewood. If I’m going to keep it I still need to put a sealeant on it of some sort. I use a spray for things I paint that are going to be outside and it last for years. Thanks for looking.