I spent my entire Saturday, March 22nd, “starting” the spring cleaning in my kitchen. By starting, I mean those beautiful shelves my hubby put up on both sides of the length of my kitchen up near the ceiling is where I’ve started this year. I didn’t get to them at all last year and decided they would be first this year.
Shelving runs lengthwise in my 30 ft kitchen on both sides.
The shelves hold a lot of my antique kitchen items and farm animals (ceramic of course).
Several crocks and lots of roosters and hens. The shelving boards came from lumber we sawed from the farm and I finished.
It took all day to clean and put them back and my granddaughter climbed up and handed down everything to me and I washed and dried it all and she put it back. It was work but we had a good time catching up. While I was washing everything she was crafting for me.
First she twined a bottle for me. This will be placed in my family room.
She used polymer clay to make this flowers and bows to attach to some of our projects.
This clay was white but when it baked it turned to a very light beige which made it look old.
Some she embellished with a light blue and some with white. They’re very delicate looking.
Victoria enjoyed doing them so much she took a picnic basket full of bottles, twine and clay home with her to make me some more and I’ll post them when she is finished.
I’m so glad she loves crafting almost as much as I do.
Those fingers working the clay just perfect.
She has a delicate touch!
The spring cleaning in the kitchen is an on-going process and now it’s time to do the other shelf and all that it holds.