That word probably best describes the ideas rolling around in thee ole brain. Also, it's my word of the week. Similar to Pee Wee's Playhouse. I really dig the word "odd" right now.
Anywho, this is my current odd idea.
Speaking of odd, I like 1 in about 50 of Wisteria's ideas. But I like to check 'em out. For that 1 in 50, ya know? Like those dice. Soo interesting (odd. Oh, and $40).
This chess piece (odd) needs a buddy.
I was thinking an hourglass (odd). Don't you think an hourglass would be soo interesting (odd)? Those are expensive, though.
So, how about some dice instead? (odd) Huh, huh?
Dark walnut dice? (odd)
So I asked my dad for how I could pull this off. And he explained,
And I'm like, yeeees! Muhahahha! (Totally mad scientist) Yeees! (odd)
(lightning flashes, loud thunder)
So here's what you do. You cut up some leftover 1x6. Or 2x6. Whatever- I'm spatially challenged.
See how these are cut on this interesting angle to make it easier to put them together:
Took my pieces, which were currently being played with by the 5 year old,
took my other good friend, Mr. Wood glue,
who has clearly seen some spray paint action,
and some duct tape. Duct tape?? Duct tape.
He's going to act as a grip while these bad boys dry.
Leftover stain from the aquarium re-do:
And then in a village idiot moment, I ignored mistake #14
and let the boys do the first round of staining. But, notice that I made them take off their shirts. At least.
Three rounds of stain,
such impatience that I busted out the fan to dry 'em, (if you ever do something like this, do yourself a favor a spray paint these.)
a little distressing, a tad bit of a clear coat, vinyl dots. . .
So. . ..
(linked to DIY showoff)