Re-Clutter your Life (#Terraintober Immersion marker Project) Part 13 – A Sign

This Part 13 of a series of a fair few posts, Part 1 (link here) gives an overview and the philosophy applied to the series – cheap, simple and fun.

When I was a boy we used to go to the Folkpark (People’s park) in the Village of Sågmyra where I was brought up until the Factory sacked everyone and we moved in the “big” town with 50,000 people. There was not much more organised activities in the Village, with perhaps and market once or twice a year. Here I went to my first live gig, my uncle’s band with him on Guitar and song (RIP Lasse) and my Dads cousin on drums (keep on rockin’ Blämmen!), here playing one of their many songs – Klockorna Ringer (The Bells are Chiming). It was my first live gig and I thought it was magic – I still do.

We only need our coffee stirrers for this project (again), the idea here is the sign, It gives a sense of place with a sign saying Rue de Quoique, we might think France, well you get the idea. So more heart than content this time…

Coffee stir away
I put a little piece of paper on the front
Base it up
Then write something on it! That is suppose to say Folkpark. Well you get the idea. Perhaps the Germans invading Dalarna in 1943 would like to listen to Fader Andersson too?

And that budget, well we are still at £17.93 as these were all free issue material, I think I might spend a buck or two at some point.

Tomorrow we are doing some washing, I heard the wind will be strong.

Image result for washing line wind

/ Hope that was of some interest

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