I went to work on the windows this morning. I have done this before so I will not go into a lot of detail on the "how to" part of it.
I did the usual cut the plastic to fit with a bit around the edges to attach it to the wall.
These will not be opening windows, so I don't have to worry about fancy framing.
First I use the golfer's lead tape on both sides of the plastic.
Next I colored a few sections. I wanted a "broken glass" pattern, like they used on the storybook houses in the 20s and 30s.
I tried hard to mess it up whilst applying it. That's difficult to do, after trying hard to make the coats of nail polish on nails as smooth as possible.
I stuck them in to try out for size and color, etc.
They worked. Next step is to frame them out and make everything stick together in place.
Tessie is not to pleased that she can't see clearly what is going on inside anymore. Too bad...
I fear that the weaver's workshop may sneak back into the workroom shortly...
OK. So I ordered it myself, but it was on an Amazon gift card...So it's still Christmas.
I am to a point now where the two kits under the bed are of a larger size and I wouldn't have anyplace to put them if I did build them... And we all know how my mind operates. Both would get started and stopped
It is safer to do a small one. I am thinking that this may turn into a gardener's cottage... Who knows? It may change it's mind or Tessie may change it's mind or I even might change it's mind before it is completed.
Anyway, change is coming. Be warned...
See you tomorrow.