Hello! Happy Friday! I have been making hay, as I do, it was a short window yesterday it just seems to be very rainy of late! Is anybody else still working on their little caravan? Or have they been put to bed for the winter? I Love to work outside, even in the winter... being wrapped up in lots of layers makes a change from the central heating! And a little bit of vitamin D thrown in for good measure!
So, here we have the latest on my two lovelies! Firstly Holly!
She was very mucky and had lots of spiders!
I am thinking I may not paint the doors as they have cleaned up really nice! I have also been playing with lights too! I found a couple of old light fittings at an auction room and set about recovering some little shades I had. I have been looking to do this for a long time, just never gotten around to it, I will be doing it again and some for my home too! Its a little tricky but something nice to do when watching TV of an evening!
Quite happy with the colour! I even mixed it myself! Thankfully it dries quickly, just after this photo was taken the sky went black!
I shall begin sewing today, I cannot do too much more inside Holly until DB puts the front wall back for me this weekend!
Now then what about my love the Globetrotter? I haven't decided on a name for her yet, or even if she is a she? There is no rush as it will be some time before we can use her... well you see it rains in from the roof!
Not sure if you can tell from the last photo but there is actually a puddle on the bench!
Our lovely curvy caravan needs stripping right back to basics! We will be taking all the furniture out first so that we can replace all the walls and ceiling! No simple task as the odd bit of the frame needs replacing too but hey! We can do it! Thankfully the joining strips on the roof are coming off very easily, we will reseal her when we can, in the meantime she lives under a cover! I can't wait to get stuck in, crazy lady.
Have a nice weekend