The first two doors were time consuming, but simple. Pull everything out. Refold. Discard some and then put everything back in an orderly manner. Those two took about 3 hours....Please don't ask how messy they were.
The third one, with the drawers is my mini stash. I pulled all of the drawers out and put them on the bed, where I could spread things out to sort.
Yes, I still have a little more to do. I cheated and stopped in the middle, because I found the floors for the bottom story of the half timber house. OK. I confess. I only cleaned so that I could find the floors.....
You may be wondering what fabric has to do with floors. The floors are going to be slate/stone when I finish. I bought a small piece of fabric, probably 20 years ago and have been saving it for something special.*
Instant floor! I don't have them glued down yet. I am going to do some shading with Prismacolor pencils before I glue them in. Poke the photo to see them close up. the fabric is tiny flagstone patterned.
I had to take a break and show you how it looks so far.
Also, I forgot to show you what April sent home with me for Tessie, Saturday. She found it at "Yikes!", a local toy store and gag gift shop.
Tessie is now the proud owner of her very own Poltergeist TV. The silly thing lights up and makes that sizzle noise that your TV makes when it is out of order and snowy.
She loves it. She claims that she can detect ghosts with it. It will actually show the ghost if there are ever any around....So far, so good....No ghosts, just snow.
Thank goodness that it doesn't stay on more than maybe five seconds at a time. She is driving me crazy going from room to room, turning it on and then declaring, "Hmmmm....No ghosts in here!" She's been around the house at least 10 times in the past hour. I guess that we are in a ghost free zone....
See you tomorrow.