Just so we're square,
I've got 28 pieces of cut and ready molding, 5 mostly done ("He's only mostly dead") carnie games hanging out, one project for the kitchen on my work bench, and one piece of being-built furniture in the works sitting in my bedroom.
Yes, my bedroom. It's a long story.
And you know me, don'tcha? You know how I roll in this kind of a sitch. If you don't know me by now, you will never never never know me. Ooooh.
Of course, with all these projects mostly completed, I started a couple more.
You're so surprised. You wouldn't be more surprised if you woke up with your head stapled to the carpet.
So what did I start today? A little five minute sumthin' sumthin'. See, a totally awesome bestie of mine, wanted this mantel-without-the-fireplace look:
and we tackled this bad boy this week. I hope you like it, Ems.
that wooden clock thingy-mabobber-- it was like a tractor beam. Sucked me right in.
I wanted one. 'Cause frankly, I's a tad bored with my current mantel layout.
Easiest project ever, here. Cut up cedar-- smell each piece.
Nail them all together, and stain.
Man, don't you hate it when people like, love European stuff but they go the kitschy route and put like, 10 eiffel towers in their house? I mean, hello, right?
Oh crap. Am I talking about mooo-oi?
I just picked out that clock because it was dirt cheap. Believe me, people.
So I like it. It's a fun change. And that cheap clock is the loudest clock I've ever owned. I can hear it ticking in bed at night. And frankly, that's a little too Edgar Allen Poe for my taste.