Monday, 1 November 2010

WE GOT PLASTERED....hehe

Not absolutely perfect but for our 1st go at plastering we're happy when its dry painted white and any teeny weeny discrepancies are smoothed over l'm sure it will pass 

just want it to hurry up and dry now so l can throw some paint at it add the missing skirting board and add the white oak plank we bought the other day at the French doors and we will be done for now in the kitchen
Funny to think there was widow there last week!
feels so right being a door...like it's always been there lol

EXTRA TEA LIGHT HOLDERS FOR CHRISTMAS...
You can never have too many candles/tea lights in the winter months can you?
So l'm collecting as many jars as l can to make a grouping with tea lights in and tied with black and cream ribbon and a few of the tags l made
should have lit the tea light for the picture but you get the idea hehe
when there is a lot of them and they are all lit with all the reflections they look quite pretty
promise!
is it dry yet?.....
only thin coat so maybe by tomorrow?


link to instructions for the flower ball for those that want it
shout if you have any problems following it

Hugs All x





6 comments:

  1. Is there anything that you can't turn your hand to? You really are a woman of many talents.
    x

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  2. Mercy me you are a busy one!!! Love it all though!

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  3. Is there anything you're not talented at? hehe Love how it's looking!

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  4. Hi talented and creative artist Suz! If you have time I invite you to check out my son's lifestyle magazine. Thank you and best regards. Philip PULSEmagazine

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  5. Well done you. It looks wonderful. Thanks for the flower ball instructions. I will have a go when I have time....I have a feeling I was missed last week cos my 'to do'rail is heaving now :-)
    A x

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  6. What a great job. My dad plastered our house and I had the job, when it was dry, of painting the watered down PVA glue on. It seals it and makes painting better. Messy job though!

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