Poisoning the wood worm beetle
You might think I have died or gone to sleep since there have not been much progress with the renovation of furniture or on the blog. However that is not really the case. As I have said before it is very tedious to watch paint dry. And even though a chair might take 7 hours in actual work hours to REDO, if you count the amount of time I spend waiting for paint/glue to dry or trying to find an accessory it can in the end amount to many weeks.
On top of that we are having the longest winter, it never stops raining AND my cat just had kittens.
If you are frustrated - because I know that you are eagerly waiting for my next art piece :) - then believe me when I tell you that I am EXTREMELY frustrated. Here are some examples of what is going on.
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To begin I have to find stuff to redo, undo or just renovate.
I suppose I could also buy stuff in the flea market but the best and cheapest flea market is in Haifa and a long way away.
So I have had to begin with some odds and ends that I have found lying around. I have no great plan yet as to how these objects will look after I am finished with them but here are the before pictures:
Linnea & Caroline
2 foreigners in Israel trying to find their space. Up-cycling furniture and clothes for a better environment and future.
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