It has been a long day. My husband and daughter drove to Auckland, New Zealand yesterday, about a 6 hour drive from where we live to pick a vintage doll house for me. An early Mother's Day present (Mothers Day in New Zealand is the second Sunday in May). They have picked it up and as I write this my husband and daughter are heading back home, another 6 hour drive, and should be here in a couple of hours. I am just as anxious to get them back safe as I am to see my new (old) house. I will post photos of it tomorrow.
I couldn't put my mind to anything until I knew the house had been picked up and then I managed to put together a little table using the resin experiment I recently blogged about.
This nearly ended in disaster when I tried to squeeze black paint out of a tube and the tube 'exploded'. Black paint on my desk, on me, on my clothes and on the carpet. Not impressed! I finished the table surrounded by black paint and then proceeded to clean up myself and my workroom. Needless to say it dampened the creative spirit and I didn't get any more miniatures done today.
Anyway, here is the table. I used two plastic pizza spacers for the legs (the type you get in a pizza delivery box that stops the lid from sitting on the pizza). I cut one prong off each spacer and then joined them together.
Will take some photos of my Amersham house tomorrow and put them on the blog. In the meantime I hope you are having a great weekend.