While in Punta Chivato, I collected drift wood and shells galore, including lots of shells with holes that I knew would be perfect for the wall hanging.
|Sunset in Punta Chivato, Baja|
|Started with white roving.|
|Work in process|
|Using a resist, I felted a casing on the back. I bought a piece of molding and had the shop cut it to size.|
|I drilled two holes in the molding, one on each side about 1" in from the top and side.|
|Using a level, I made a pencil mark on the wall through each of the two drilled holes|
|Dry wall screw holders|
|I screwed in the dry wall plastic screw holders into the two pencil marks on the wall.|
|Screwing in the dry wall screw holders|
The wall hanging looks terrific in my new studio and has such a calming look and feel.
For more on the new studio, click here.