You get a strange feeling when you’re about to leave a place. Like you’ll not only miss the people you love but you’ll miss the person you are now at this time and this place, because you’ll never be this way ever again.
Papered Switch Plates: Paper, Decoupage glue, Craft or matt knife, paint brush
- Cut paper slightly larger than the switch plate then Flip the paper over and center the switch plate face down on the paper„tracing the opening with a pencil, then mark “X” that goes from corner to corner into each of these rectangles.
- Glue the back of the paper„,Lay the switch plate face down in the center of the paper and flip it over „and push the triangle flaps through the switch openings and adhere them to the back of the switch plate.
- Cut off the corners and Fold the edges of the paper around to the back, adding more glue if necessary to make them stick. Use the end of a paintbrush to push the paper through the screw holes.let dry for at least 30 minutes.
- Apply 2 more coats of decoupage glue, allowing each coat to dry before adding the next coat.
I’m going to put on pause some of the posts I had planned for this week and instead join in with Earth Mamas week in gratitude
I am grateful for
: sweet baby smiles
: a teenager that…
love this so much for winter. add greenery to the bottom, fill with water, add cranberries and a floating candle.
And then I felt sad, because I realized that once people are broken in certain ways, they can’t ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever told me when I was young and it never fails to surprise me as I grow older when I see the people in my life break one by one.
Sometimes I try to think out my goals. What career do I want? Who do I want to be?
I can’t come up with a single thing.
All I know is that one day I’d like to sit in a chair like one of the ones in this picture.
Dream on !
Babylonstoren is one of the best preserved werfs (farm yards) in the Cape Dutch tradition. Not only the manor house from 1777, but pioneer structures all the way back to the founding of the farm in 1690.
More here http://www.babylonstoren.com