You know how you go to the loo and the phone rings, or you buy the dress you've been looking at for ages only for it to go in to the sale the next week? We're talking about the sort of thing Alanis Morissette would turn in to a mislabelled song. Well, today I am daring Mr Sod to do his best with that law.
Its been months since I was able to hang out a full load of washing without sky watching and keeping my fingers crossed the rain would stay off long enough for it to dry, so I am certainly not in need of enough pegs to fill my line. If we suddenly find that summer hits next week you know who to thank.
When is a peg not a peg?
You will need:
Assorted wooden pegs
Paint and brushes
A black marker pen
Assorted glitter, glue, sequins, gems (optional)
A plastic plant pot, empty tin or cardboard frame shape (optional)
Take whichever item you are going to peg (the pot, tin or frame) and work out how many pegs you will need to cover the area completely.
Set out all of your pegs and paint assorted designs on them. If you have time then paint them on both sides and on the inside. Ours is a bit limited today but the beauty of this is that you can always unpeg them and do more another day.
Once they are dry, outline any painted shapes with the marker and add the embellishments as required.
Clip in place on your chosen item. Alternatively use on a ribbon / string notice board, attach a magnet to the back and use as a picture / note holder or glue on to a baton to hang small items from (ideal for childrens necklaces and bracelets).
|We turned ours in to a paint brush pot|