Well, what a struggle but on the whole enjoyable. I didn't realise when I started out using bleach to show up the letters that my cat is addicted to it. So there she was, each time I finished one she would lick them all over! Yuk! So then I had to hide them. Sometimes I hid them so well I couldn't find them again.
I decided to make a Jacob's ladder to display the letters. It was extremely hard to get all the letters in photograph. Instead of ribbon I used plastic so that the letters could be seen. The ladder works perfectly with a nice click clack sound.
What a great way to display all of your letters with the beautiful patterns (and how nice that you described the click clack for us - I can just hear it!).ReplyDelete
This is wonderful! They look so beautiful together and I agree: Thank you for the click-clack note.ReplyDelete
wonderful and a very good idea to display all the letters !ReplyDelete
What a great idea. I can hear the click-clack too. Fancy the cat being addicted to bleach!ReplyDelete
Wonderful display Lyndell. They look great in your doorframe!ReplyDelete
I was thinking of something similar (attached with small metal rings) but my rascally cat would have a field day trying to climb it. Oh those felines!
This makes a stunning display! That's a very clever idea and that's the perfect space to display all your hard work.ReplyDelete
Such an unusual display... well done.ReplyDelete
I love the cat story Lyndell! I also love how you resolved your presentation - it's a great idea and wonderfully interactive (and aural too as we all hear it go click clack). Using the plastic was inspired so that all the letters are visible - brilliant.ReplyDelete