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    OMG Linda, I love this hat, where can I buy one from you rofl, wowsers, you really are a master of everything you put your hand to. Cheers Debra.
  2. OMG So did I, It sure sounds like a great idea, I have to go get some craft sticks in the morning, I might take the pointy stick idea with me, to poke meself in the backside everytime I go to put something I dont need in the trolly, (Well who ever heard of things we dont need) Crikey we need it all dont we lol. Cheers Deb.
  3. Lyssa, If you havn't found it already I have many wall paper printables in my gallery. go look, you may find something that will help you. Cheers Deb.
  4. Yes i have a 6 year old elf too, they do love to paint don't they. Cheers Debra.
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    Love it, what a great sense of humor lol. Cheers Debra.
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    Well Linda, you have excelled yourself again. You accept nothing but perfection, and that is just what this is PERFECT. I love the shabby chic look on and in anything, and the way you have incorporated everything to work together is just amazing, yes the judges are going to have a very hard time choosing a winner again this year, lets hope you can improve on your third from last year, I have my fingers and everything else crossed for you my new friend. I say GO LINDA GO LINDA................yay Cheers Debra.
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    10- Bon Voyage

    Its all fabulous, and yes the picture you have used as the backdrop really brings the whole scene alive. very well done. Cheers Debra.
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    favorite window spot

    Gee I don't know which pic I like best, this one or the previous one lol. They are both fabulous. He looks like a grand old soul. Cheers. Debra.
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    Ray of Sunshine

    What a fabulous picture to have as a great memory of your feline friend. Cheers Debra.
  10. looks fabulous. Love that you can see the real garden through the conservatory, now for the glue remove with a sharp knife. Cheers Debra.
  11. Wow Monica. it is (The window pattern) like one of the sycadelic (SP) things from the 70s it seems to move if you stare at it for a while rofl. CHeers Debra.
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    Yes I like this rug better as well.
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    Bamboo blinds

    Wow Yes I have some of these waiting to be used as well, in one of my houses, They look fabulous, cant wait now to use mine. Cheers Deb.
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    A birds eye veiw

    Thank you Lisa, I had a great time making it as well.
  15. What a fabulous bed. You have done a great job on all your furniture.
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    The Road to Home

    Oh how cute, I am sure I can see some crumbs on his face from that cake on the table rofl.
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    That room looks fabulous, I love the pink rug and curtain.
  18. From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    The Stone conservatory is about 12 inches long by 10 inches high by 8 inches wide. So making it a nice size in real life. I made the ends and sides out of paper clay over mdf board with some foam glued on to make it a bit thicker, carving out the paper clay to get a stone look. The floor is made from cast plaster of paris stones I make in mold that I have already prepared. These I painted with acrylic paints. The inside woodwork is all craft wood painted with acrylic paint in the colour of burnt umber. I have glued the wood strips onto some acetate card then cut to size, and glued in. I have actually left the top two panels not glued in, so I can lift them up for easy acces to the inside. they just seem to sit there ok for me. Along the top you will see some wires with beads on them, this is some just welding wire I pinched out of the shed off the boys lol, and slipped some brass look beads onto them. Inside I have made all the plants out of polymer clay or mulberry paper, with the exception of a couple of bought ones. I made the hanging baskets from clay as well and jewellery findings. The front and back doors, (Back arn't on yet) were made from craft wood acetate and jewellery findings as well. All in all I am so pleased with how it turned out. It looks amazing at night with lights on it, I still have to hook up my lights that I did run wires through for, but another day lol. I hope you enjoy looking at my stone conservatory, as much as I enjoyed making it. Cheers Debra.
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    The Stone Conservatory

    I had seen this conservatory on the web ages ago, and always wanted to have one like it, I I could never afford to pay the amount the lady charges for her gorgeous creations, so I set about making my own, I made most of the plants out of polymer clay and jewellery findings, or mulberry paper, and the stone floor is made from plaster of paris cast tiles as well. The main sides are paper clay over mdf and the wires are welding wire pilfered from the boys out in the shed lol. I hope you like it.
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    A peek inside.

    From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    A peek at some plants I made.
  21. From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    Th dogs seem to like it.
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    The conservatory

    From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    Looking down from the top.
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    A birds eye veiw

    From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    Peeking into the side of the conservatory, I made most of the plants etc, and the little white bench was made by me too.
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    All but finished

    From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    WOW, I am so pleased with how it turned out. All I have to do now is glue up the front and back doors and connect up some lights.
  25. From the album: The Stone Conservatory

    Just gluing up the greenery around the outside of the conservatory, this is just railway moss and some flowers pulled from $2 shop plants etc and stuff laying around the craft room.
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