Re-Clutter your Life (#Terraintober Immersion marker Project) Part 24 – Mile stone

This Part 24 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.

MIlestones have been used throughout history and initially, at least in Sweden for the 17th century, were used to enable the administration to pay its staff for various cost relating to travel. Many materials were used including wood, stone and from the 19th century in iron. The milestones were phased out in the 1890ies but remain in many places today.

So possibly the easiest piece so far, I just took a piece of blue foam, cut a shape and glued it (do not use superglue) on a small base and there you go,

Spend is still Β£24.42 in total.

Tomorrow, we will do something else…

/ Hope that was of some interest

6 thoughts on “Re-Clutter your Life (#Terraintober Immersion marker Project) Part 24 – Mile stone

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