Choose your spot on the wall (I have a spot where I've already got a bunch of nail holes from moving my quilting rulers around, and then changing my mind, so that's where this puzzle is going)
Not quite exact, but close enough for me!
Space your nails about 6" - 8" apart depending on the size of the puzzle. I tried to coordinate my nail placing with lighter spots on the puzzle, so as to try to hide the white nail heads as much as I could.
Yes, I deperately need new valances in here! This lavender stripe is from when it was my daughter's room! I just can't seem to decide what color or print would look good up there!
I tried looking through my old pictures to see if I could find some showing the walls of my basement with all the old puzzles up. All I found was a couple of pictures from when I was a girl scout leader and hosted a Halloween party in 1993!
My oldest daughter is the dracula-looking creature that keeps sticking her tongue out in both pictures! Why?....silly pre-teen stuff, I guess :)
I'm the goofy-looking Ace of Spades on the right in the picture below
While I was pondering where to put my new picture puzzle, I took the time yesterday to re-organize my sewing room.
These are just two of them...I have two more just like them in my office/study, which used to be the room that I used as both a sewing room AND an office.
Now that my youngest daughter has her own apartment, I have usurped both rooms and can spread my work areas out a bit. One daughter remains at home, and as soon as she is gone, we joke about turning her bedroom in the mailing center!
LOVE carmelized onions, so I'm hoping this will be delicious! Perhaps we'll have some sort of potatoes along with it. Here's the link in case you'd like to give it a try....Palomilla Steaks.
Well, it's already after noon, and I have yet to get into my sewing room for the day to do anything besides hang a puzzle!