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Functional glass & wood art on Vancouver Isle
Something radically different for me –> I love–absolutely love–waking up in the morning now! Here’s why:
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Yes, I prefer my windows to be undressed — I love the beautiful view [as does Lady, right] & usually my only neighbours are geese or maybe a couple deer. This summer, though, the landlord has thoughts of building a … Continue reading
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Like so many DIYers, I get a lot of inspiration from gorgeous pictures available on the wonderful world wide net. Here’s a few that I love: Holly at decor8 has again done a wonderful job inspiring me with a problem … Continue reading
Number 5 window in place — only 4 more to go!
I learned years ago [hmm, yeah, like 20] that no matter how strong I started out on New Year’s Day, I did not keep my resolutions. And the same ones were on the list — year after year [like another 20!]. 😦
But, very, very slowly, I started achieving changes in my life. When it was right — when I was ready, I baby-stepped my way through my list of goals.
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It all started with the corner bookcases 😛
[Well, the pieces of glass weren’t there — I put those there to check out colours & sizes. 🙂 ]
😀 Ah, finally — I finished the pattern for my bed panels. I call it Red Sun at Night.
This Photoshop [Ps] rendering does not do justice to the colours & flow of the stained glass. Continue reading
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My early attempts at decorative stenciling did not turn out as planned. This was not exactly as easy as the stenciling I did as a kid — of course that was using easy-to-control pencil crayons rather than easy-to-run paint. I … Continue reading
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A gorgeous framed glass door that’s so much better than a fabric cube!!
I really like the lion head ring in copper as the door handle — “borrowed” from my kitchen cabinets that were missing handles.
Speaking of those budget-friendly [$7] Martha Stewart fabric cubes from Home Depot — with the whole tower of turquoise ones not quite matching my blue walls, I decided to add another colour. Continue reading