We have friends who are commercial fisherman and I saw these at their house when they were stringing up lines.
On the larger side thread four fishing floats on each dowel and two fishing floats on the smaller side.
I would never have guessed when I got up this morning that I would find the need to have a giant Asian counting system in my home!!
Since the floats are made of foam, I wonder if one could take a pool noodle and cut it into rounds — think it would hold the paint? I wish I could show you a straight-on photo of the wall, but our laundry room is so narrow that I’d need some sort of fancy wide angle camera lens (that I don’t have)! Originally, I wanted the pegboard to measure 6 x 6 feet, but the pegboard sheets come in 8 x 4 feet so Hubs convinced me to add a couple of feet to the top of the peg board to best use the material. Christina is a crafty mommy to three little girls, a wife to one handsome hubby, and they all live in a home they built themselves in rural Alberta, Canada. The weather is perfect, and everyone is ready to get outdoors after months of cold rain, ice, and snow.


In this photo, you can see the washer on the bottom string is weighing it down, so no one needs to hold it as in the above pictures. Give them a try and check out the rest of these great outdoor activities in the Great Outdoor Play Challenge. I bought Dawn dish detergent last year (instead of favorite Ajax) and never made the bubbles! Your giant pegboard is finished and you’re ready to decorate it and hang all of your tools. So all the Smockities have been on a quest to find the perfect recipe and the best method to make giant bubbles. I also share fun things on Instagram and my new YouTube channel and I'd love to connect with you there.
I thought it would be wasted, but I hang my long-handled tools up there (like my broom, mop and ironing board) and I can easily grab them from the bottom.
We opted for blunt cuts on the corners of our frame, but you could also mitre them if you have the urge!


I chose to keep our pegboard white, and painted it the same colour as our trim in the room.
And thank you for the reminder to keep our eyes open for ways to complete our long held ‘think I want to make it’ projects!
We have this rather large opening above our stairs that they could have easily reached over the top and fell into the stairwell.
I’m still so very happy with the space, and I was thrilled to find out that it was featured on Good Housekeeping and Country Living this week! So, I had my hubby cut pvc pipe to attach to each side of the opening and I then spray painted cut sections of the pvc to attach to the pipe (which would slide back and forth).
It was enough to block the opening, still let the light into the space, and the girls had a fun counting game they could play!



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