Tuesday, April 3, 2012

More Work at Rebecca's House

Hello Friends, hope you are having a lovely week!




Still work to do but it's coming along :D
Not feeling very well at the moment...stupid viruses going around. Off to try and sleep.


13 comments:

  1. I do love your pretty tree-stump house and your shabby bedroom remake from last year, adore that armoire and how fortunate you had those fabulous doors to fit. Great work!

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  2. Sooo cute house, I love this window on last photo, looks awesome!!
    Happy Ester:)
    Magda

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  3. Lovely work! It looks great. Happy Easter!

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  4. A beautiful house, perfect, a delight! I loved it! congratulations and beiijos in your heart.

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  5. Great and original work. I like!
    Bye Faby

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  6. I love this house! Is a great work!! Congratulations.Hugs

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  7. Amazing. I have no words to say how much I loved your work you. It is a tale told through images. Congrats for this beautiful work.
    I hope you heal soon. ;)
    xx

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  8. Very original and interesting!
    Happy Easter and hugs

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  9. Hello... So perfectly perfect! I'm your newest follower and would love to inivte you to come visit and follow when you get a chance. 'Have a lovely weekend'.
    xoso
    Sandy

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  10. I love your mouse-house and the way you made it, thanks for sharing. I have here a half done tree-stump house, i stopped working on. I tryed to make the floors from a round cutting boards and the walls from chickenwire and paper mache. It didn't work out to well. the floors are to heavy. Your way is much better, thanks again for sharing.
    Hugs
    Maria

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  11. tiene tanta magia... es perfecta !! un trabajo hermoso !! :)

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  12. hello, first I want to say your work is beautiful. Your tree stump is awesome :)My daughter an I have started one following your great instructions, we are doing the floors with the grunge paper but we are a little confused on what the product is that you used to give the look of grout between the grunge paper stones. We are hoping you wouldn't mind sharing your technique. Thank you

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