The Bat Cave – The Home Tour, part 3
This installment of the home tour is LONG overdue as I cannot manage to keep my room clean long enough to photograph it. I set a very bad example for my children. Really.
The view from the door. The paint looks much darker without the flash, but without the flash, this really does look like a cave.
Skull and candle on the dresser at the foot of the bed. Not a real skull, I promise And a vanilla-scented candle, inspiring me to work on making my own.
The bookshelf that is rarely ever organized. Sadly it works as a storage unit most of the time. Today, it’s relatively cleaned out.
The top. Ignore the cobwebs; I can’t reach that corner.
Mama’s Teddy Scares and part of my collection of Peter Pan items. Here you see the stack of printer paper that’s found a temporary home…
Small cabinet that holds most of my mani/pedi stuff. Eric will set books on the top that he thinks I should read.
It photographs much more cluttered than it really is. Jewelry boxes and candles take up most of the space. There’s also a coaster since I was having tea as I was cleaning and a sticker that has since moved out to my sewing area.
Big box full of the chunkier jewelry, smaller box holding overflow jewelry, the thinnest box holds treasures from my Mother and Aunt Lois. The ladybug cup was painted by one of my kids for Mother’s day and holds earrings.
Closeup of a birthday card I received from one of my good friends a couple years ago and a wax tart melter.
Ravynn made me a ring holder during a ceramics unit in school. D12 becasue they make me happy. The bottom of a vase holding pretty rocks, hair sticks, and a tiara.
More candles, a box full of nail polish and the profile of an origami penguin that Ravynn made.
Next… the living room.
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