The Egyptian Wall

As I mentioned in a previous post in project new bedroom I’m going to have a London Wall, Egyptian Wall and Beach Corner as well as my purple jazzy wall that has the two cat pictures I shown in my first two posts. I shown the current Beach Corner and today I will be showing the current progress of the Egyptian Wall.

I currently have one picture I have sewn on the Egyptian wall. I don’t have a complete wall for my Egyptian Pictures as I have a wardrobe that divides it, the other part of the same wall that isn’t covered by the wardrobe is Beach Corner.

I decided to have an Egyptian area as I have for a few years collected Egyptian ornaments as shown before.

I have got planned to sew some pictures of Egyptian Gods either side of the picture I’ve already got.


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