It looks great!Let us know how it turns out!!!!Blessings,Julie
That's beautiful!Hey Jenny, can you send me an email at email@example.com with your IP address, so I can make sure not to block you from my blog? I'm having issues with Mr. A and his hoochies, so I've just blocked everyone in Virginia. :DThanks!
Wow! That looks like a lot of work. What a great outcome!
Thats wonderful...what a great project!
That is SUCH a cool idea! Can't wait to hear what you use to seal the top. You think there's some kind of polyurethane that doesn't yellow with age?
Thankyou so much ladies! Kacey, if I had my choice, I'd use an epoxy. I'm not totally sure on it yellowing and how the edges would do, but HEY, I saw it on a crafty home show one time. They did pictures and bottle tops on a kitchen table and covered it in a half inch or so of epoxy. They also used metal flashing of some sort to hold the epoxy onthe table. I'll let you know what we do, if anything else. :)Hugs, all,Jenny
I really like the way you displayed the pictures! I can't wait to see it in person. Love Ya, Hotshot.
MWUH, Paper Doll!
Yeah, you're not a quilter or anything!I LOVE it...have always wanted to do this with an odd space...kitchen floor, countertop, etc. Mine would be a crazy collage, though, I'm sure.
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