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I would like to invite you to take a look in my Old Dutch Kitchen. All delft blue tiles are handmade as well as the floor tiles. Just read and look for your selves and please let me know how and if you like it! Now hurry, hurry to my DIY room to continue the work!

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I would like to invite you to take a look in my Old Dutch Kitchen. All delft blue tiles are handmade as well as the floor tiles. Just read and look for your selves and please let me know how and if you like it! Now hurry, hurry to my DIY room to continue the work!

And where to look??? :p:p <_< Stupid me :o Here of course: http://huize-libelle.blogspot.com/2009/09/...poppenhuis.html B) B)

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Beautiful just like my grandma's kitchen! My grandma was Dutch and her entire kitchen and house had delft.

When I built my own house I put delft tiles around my fireplace. Your work is simply gorgious! Thank you for sharing and reminding me of my much loved Grandma. :p

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:p:p

Thank you all for you're kind remarks. You make me blush! If you take a look at my blog, in older posts, you will find how to make the Delft Blue tiles. I used air dried clay and a french fries push thing (haha, how do you call something like that?) Simply take some acryl paint and a very thin brush. Varnish the tiles before you start applying you're paintings.

Varnish afterwards also and remember, don't use varnish on a waterbase. If you do then you won't be able to put cement in between the tiles. All the tiles will be drained with waterspots then.

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