So here it is...the big reveal LOL!! This post is to provide you with the answer to "What is it?".
I want to thank all of you for participating in this "fun photo" post. I had some laughs over your answers and I hope you did too.
This is where it began that day, boiling my fabrics in tea to stain them. Once I was finished staining everything, I decided to hang the fabric pieces outside to let them drip for a bit. Due to the extreme cold, I knew there wasn't any way that they could dry but I at least hoped some of the stain would drip into the snow and not into my house. I already did that once, and what a mess it left. I took a few hangers out with the cloth pieces on each of them and hung them on a shovel handle. The shovel was at a 45 degree angle and frozen into the snow bank so I knew it would support the weight, how handy was that? (Not so handy if we needed the shovel). I got busy doing other things and forgot all about the fabric. When I went outside to retrieve them, everything was frozen solid. There were a few doilies that had fallen off the hanger into the snow, this is what the picture reflected...a frozen clump of doilies. The day I did this was when I posted BRRRR! We had extremely frigid temperatures that day.
When I am preparing a post, I take way too many photos then pick and choose from there. I happened to take a photo of this one and once I downloaded it I thought, "that's disgusting!" I definitely can't use this photo. Then I had an aha moment...maybe I could have some fun with this. And so I did lol!!
Congratulations to Karen @ Southern Gal Meets Midwest and Cindi at Cindi's Primitive Country Corner for their answer to the question, they were both very close and nearly got it right on. Way to go Karen and Cindi! Sorry, there's no prize today. Haha, I'm a newbie remember?
I hope everyone had as much fun as I did. Below you will find what the actual item was.
So here it is...there was a large doily and a few of the small ones all stuck together. In the end, it didn't do any good to hang them outside. Once they thawed, they were still drenched. And yes, there was a mess to be cleaned up after they drip dried IN the house.