I've been busy with a super fun "little" project. It all started with a fence, a rather dilapidated fence, a fence that we were so hoping would be replaced with a cool new fence by the developer who was building the huge house you can see in the background of the first photo. Well...that didn't happen. So David, our boys, and I tore down the old one and put up a new one.
|Our old dilapidated fence.|
|The guys working on our new fence.|
Well, that new fence was screaming "I'm not just a fence, I'm a canvas!!!!" And, not to crush a fence's dreams, we decided to make that happen.
|My mock-up of the fence mural.|
|David and I painted the fence white.|
|I was so excited I had to snap a shot in the first hour or so of painting.|
|End of Day 1|
|A squirrel above me was eating nuts and dropping partial nuts and spit on me. Ew!|
|End of Day 2|
|Here I am signing it at the end of day 3.|
|30' of Flowers|
|Panoramic video...not sure if this will work on the blog.|
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Kali!! Omgosh, this is stunning! I can't believe you got so much done in so little time. What a HUGE difference, huh?ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Katie! I've been busy setting up my classroom for the school year so my response is slow. I had no idea how sore mural painting would make my body. Whew! Hope to do more of this!Delete
Kali, I think you should accept international commissions (like Wyland and his whales) & beautify the world.ReplyDelete
Beautiful result!! Love it!! Really enjoyed the photos!
Thanks, Chris! Sorry for not responding sooner. I've been madly prepping my classroom. I think I'm ready for kids to come on Monday. :-) Ready or not, here they come! The mural was so much fun to do. Excited to do more BIG art. xoDelete