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13 October 2010


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Hi there! Someone in my Facebook group shared this website with us so I came
to check it out. I'm definitely enjoying the information.
I'm book-marking and will be tweeting this to my followers!
Great blog and amazing style and design.


Thanks, Margali!


Hello, I selected your DIY !


Mod Podge Amy

These pieces are gorgeous!


Love this project. You've completely outdone yourself again!
Thanks for the inspiration.

~ Elizabeth


These turned out so great! I love it- thanks for sharing!


Thank you, ladies! I'm glad I've inspired you. And take a look at Claire's artwork at http://apeachtreecitylife.blogspot.com/. She printed her skull on newspaper! It looks amazing and I see some newspaper printing in my future...


ok, i already commented that i loved this - but also wanted to let you know that i ran home and copied you immediately!! my project is no where near as good as yours, but just wanted to let you know you inspired me :)

Karen - The Graphics Fairy

Amazing!!! All of the pieces look fabulous, but the skull tray is genius!! I'm so glad you were able to use some of my images for your projects! Thanks so much for the link too.

Whitney @ WhiskerGraphics.com

You, my friend, are brilliant! Seriously.

Thanks for the inspiration. :)

Betty aka ZacksNana

you always have such terrific ideas! I never thought of purchasing badly tarnishe items. I don't even bring out my own silver pieces because I don' like cleaning and polishing them. But with these techniques, I don't have to. :O)


those are amazing!! i love the results, and the fact that they are all recycled finds :)


I love the antique silver glitter! I'll have to pick some up at Michael's with my 50% off Martha coupon. I'm more of a fall decorator but Christmas is all out Winter Wonderland here (as much of a "winter wonderland" as you can get in sunny FL). :)

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