I used a clear wreath hanger since I don't have a gold one which would work best.
I am still working on the decorations on the inside.
I recently finished another Maeve Binchy book called the The Copper Beech which is the tree in the Shancarrig school yard. The book follows several young people who have carved their initials in the bark of the tree. Eddie becomes a pen pal to someone in Scotland. They share many interests and letters go back and forth between them. They eventually share telephone calls but only after he discovers that he has been writing to the "girl". She eventually comes to visit Ireland and decides to stay!
I broke down and bought the lastest Kate Morton book - The Clockmaker's Daughter. It is as epic as her previous books. It involves a long abandoned mansion, families in recent history as well as many years ago and some delightful mysteries involving a blue gem. It is written in the from the Clockmaker's Daughter point of view who lived in the house. I resisted just reading day and night but I have to admit the last half was consumed with little eating and a few bathroom breaks. The colorful tile was a purchase at the art show in early December. It is art by Val Enders.
It is decorated with a process called Alcohol Ink Painting. It is 3x6 inches. The color is vibrant and gorgeous! It seems that it may have a clear coat over the paint to protect it.
It has a hanger on the back which allows it to be hung and enjoyed.
I am working on scenarios to place into for my photography. I think a white picket fence would be great or a nice tree like the front of the Binchy book cover.
I am sharing with Mosaic Monday #7 hosted by Angie at Letting Go of the Bay Leaf.