We roamed the fields and river sides,
When we are young and gay;
We chased the bees and plucked the flowers,
In the merry, merry month of may. Refrain: Oh, yes, with ever changing sports, We whiled the hours away; The skies were bright, Our hearts were light, In the merry, merry month of may
The inspiration for my wooden shoe redo came from Jeanie on her blog, The Marmelade Gypsy
One of Jeanie's photos featured a door with a wooden shoe which appealed to my 'Dutch' side. And then low and behold didn't I spy a small wooden shoe on our first trip to the flea market this season. It is just the right size for a the small shutter I've had laying around for quite sometime.
No, It's not a computer glitch. I completely forgot to take a before photo, tsk.
I'm pretty sure it's not done.
but I caught the house wrens in the act of removing pieces of my spring wreath for nesting; so that had to come down.
I'm not satisfied with the flowers just stuffed in the shoe and Sophie's clip (aka feet) need camouflaged. You may remember Sophie from this post: Sadie Visits Blue Monday
I'm pretty sure she won't be moving for awhile.
Question: The wooden shoe has a small hole on only one side). I noticed the one on Jeanie's post does too. Is there a purpose for this?