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The Glass Slipper Collection Royal Pump I saw these in the black/ivory lace today and they were so pretty! The cutout is done with a really nice line.

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Chalkboard Art - The best is yet to come

Handmade chalk board sign reading: The best is yet to come Frame is painted yellow and glass insert has been painted with chalkboard paint. Calligraphy is done in permanent chalk marker, so it will not smudge or come off on anything. Frame includes saw toothed hanger that can be attached for wall hanging. Finished dimensions 12x15 inches including the frame; chalkboard is 8.75x11.75 inches

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Jennifer's Small Space Kitchen Renovation: The Big Reveal — Renovation Diary

Name: Jennifer Pade Type of Project: Kitchen remodel Location: West Village, New York, New York Type of building: 300 square foot apartment in a co-op building For those of you who have been following along with Jennifer's NYC kitchen remodel, and who saw the truly dire state of her original kitchen, this reveal will be especially satisfying. The work is done, the dust has cleared, and now it's time to take a look at the finished product.

From the first moment Larry Allen saw vessels formed on the potter’s wheel, he was fascinated. To this day Allen still has not forgotten the fascination he first felt. Allen has exhibited and sold my work throughout the United States. All the pottery work from start to finish is done solely by himself.

This is how the one I had saw this on Knock of Decor is done...the other one I posted was from Pottery Barn and this is the KnockOff.

Liked this project made with wood? Discover more from these on the blog. You'll be actually amazed.

dana's house of cards: June 2012 image is on bella's bestest cardstock and coloured with copics. I paper pieced her skirt with the dp paper from EP's Sweet Day. The shading on the ground is done with pencils and gamsol, the shading at the top is done with tumbled glass distress ink. On the vespa I used a clear glaze pen to give it some shine because I saw a vespa on the weekend (same shade of blue but no orange) and it had some shine to it