I’m busy Nesting~
Dressing Windows in my Potting Shed!
You can see how she’s grown, here.
I’m waiting on a roof and a gable vent to be installed in the next week~ it’s WARM inside :) but I couldn’t resist a little window dressing and to start nesting. . .
I picked up shelf brackets from Lowe’s
and drapery rods supplied by Mother Nature~
tied together with twine,
and then secured with twine to the bracket.
A roll of landscaping burlap also came from Lowe’s
to dress & drape~ one roll of burlap fabric,
3 feet x 24 feet, was $9.78.
This landscaping burlap has an open weave and is much lighter in weight than regular burlap~ so I didn’t have to worry about the weight on my branch drapery rods.
I have used a roll of this before for various projects and on a table on the porch before, here.
When I opened this roll to cut it in half, I discovered it had a wide, unsightly seam about 3/4 of way down the roll and too large to try to camouflage. I cut the seam out and tied the pieces back together that would drape one window.
The tied & hanging ends seemed like the
perfect spot to tuck a nest, along with
My plywood counters for work areas under the windows
are at a sheet metal shop and being covered this week.
My Potting Shed is
quickly becoming a Nest~
More nest feathering, twig-by-twig to come :)