Thursday, December 29, 2011

Fill in the Blank

Hubby and I are moving along slow, but sure on our house building project started July 22, 2009.

We needed a a solution to cover the white material,Ty-vek, until we are eventually able to put a window in place.

What to do? What to do?!?

We,( I ), needed to decide on medium and subject matter to be used for a temporary cover.

It had run across my mind to put up a German hex design . My heritage is mostly German.However, that idea didn't win out over my interest in wildlife found here at Timber Life.

This is the trail camera picture I felt simple enough for me to try to replicate or at least attempt  some resemblance.
We decided on pine siding cut vertically for easy assembling once transferred from production area to side of the house via an extension ladder.

A little machine helped me to get the outline of the picture in place since I am not particularly gifted with drawing abilities.

My contribution  for reassembly a top the ladder will be a support person at the bottom. 


I am glad for artistic license where you can decide on color and image perception.Redesigns are ongoing...

There is certainly much left to be done to get the project completed...Unseasonably warm temperatures this week should give me a chance to spend time with putting some trees in the scenery since the house is still an unheated studio.

Once finished this will be the answer to "Fill in the Blank"....




2 comments:

Casey Harn said...

Very good idea! A friend of mine used Canada geese to do something similar on the outside of their house.

Can't wait to see it finished!

CDGardens said...

Casey Harn - Thanks! The Canada Geese idea sounds like a good one too.

I hope to get it done before the snow flies...not quite sure when that will be around here this year.