This was such a quick and fun little project -- I can't believe how close I came to getting rid of the kit!
I haven't decided how I'm going to display this one yet, but it's going to be something fun and wild and appropriate for Halloween...and then I'll probably have to fight my oldest son for it.
Under the building, it was supposed to say "Mt Hood." The red letters from the canvas show through just a bit. I've played with the idea of spelling out something over it with embroidery floss...or I could put part of the frame over that part. There are lots of possibilities for making this work.
I don't know how long this little needlepoint kit sat in my stash, mostly because I don't remember buying it in the first place. If I'd gone through and decluttered with that strict "Are you going to actually use this?" mentality that so many people tell us to use, it would've been among the first things to go.
It only took me a few days to stitch up, but it was a lot of fun and I'm glad I have it...and working on it gave me the confidence to tackle a bigger needlepoint project that I've been intimidated by for years.