Part of me is tempted to do something with this color on the windows too but I don't want to go crazy and quite frankly I'd probably goof it up and then hate myself.
It was hard enough painting the grey so it didn't mess up the white.
It looks much better this way.
And here's the eaves of the porch.
Not bad right? A few little spots that could be touched up but pretty good for not turning the house upside down.
I've got a few little projects, some Converse sneakers to make, a painting to add to the chimney wall and a couple of coats to do, but those can all be done in between stages of making grass out of fur.
I'm testing a little piece now to see how well the process will work with the materials I have. But I got the idea from this Pinterest pic.
My board for the base of my house is due to come in tomorrow. Then I'll get it cut down and the house fixed onto it. That'll be a process in itself since the house is pretty bulky and I don't have a ton of space. But once I've got that done I just need to figure out some landscaping, hence the fur grass, and put all my furniture and décor in place.
This is not helped by the period end closing process at work, a holiday lunch/Secret Santa/potluck on December 15th and the need to wrap and mail packages to the family before the post office gets bogged down with mail.
Once I'm done with the house I'm going to work on a fun little project and then get going on my Downtown Loft again.
But any progress is good progress at this point. Yay painted eaves.
How are all of you? Happy Holidays!