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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Latest Driftwood Mirror/ Being creative!

“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord . . . . Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down; for the Lord upholds him with His hand.” Psalms 37:23-24

I'm getting set up for Friday's Driftwood Project that Peri and I are hosting at my house, with our Bible Study! So while I was getting set up I decided to go ahead and make a rectangle mirror I've been wanting to do. 
 I know not the best picture but it's something, hoping to get a better shot, (hint)! 
This mirror took much longer than I thought it would! finding the perfect spot for each driftwood piece, it was like a puzzle! 
Lynda came over she needed a board routed for a mirror she's making. Well to say the least we got carried away with all John's fun tools, we both learned how to use a skill saw, a hack saw, router, and the nail gun!!! John usually does all the manly stuff while I just create, so it was good for me to learn how to do it start to finish! I'm hooked! The garage looks like a bomb went off with saw dust everywhere, wood scrapes, empty Starbucks cups!
Soooo fun! John was so sweet while I was in Boston he made a work table, and got all the supplies I need for the class, I love you.... 

Lynda kept ducking, dogging my nail gun, I was like a mad women! 
Finish work! 
And my Coco, "helping"

Time to make pancakes, lunches, get the house in order, then squeeze in a workout! Busy day, May the God of Peace be with you today, Shirley

5 comments:

  1. Another masterpiece! So creative, original and truly one of a kind...just like you!

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  2. Were the heck is your PPE?....personal, protective, equipment !!!
    The mirror is totally awesome;)

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  3. I absolutely love your driftwood projects, I was wondering how you put them on, are they all nailed with the nail gun or do you use something else.
    PS Your daughter is beautiful beyond words.

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  4. Thanks Renee, I use a nail gun to shoot the wood on to a plywood board. I'll be posting more photos I have a big class coming over going to do it start to finish!

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  5. Love it! I think I like this style better than the round.

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