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Old Posted: 20-11-2010 , 12:25 AM #46
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Like i said each door will have something different, and each design has some meaning to us.
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Old Posted: 20-11-2010 , 01:14 AM #47
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This is beautiful :)
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Old Posted: 20-11-2010 , 01:15 AM #48
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Thank you, this was our 1st one :)
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Old Posted: 21-11-2010 , 04:13 PM #49
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Stunning!!!

I'll definatly be in touch once we finally make it over the Irish Sea!

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Old Posted: 21-11-2010 , 07:22 PM #50
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Stunning!!!

I'll definatly be in touch once we finally make it over the Irish Sea!

MW


Do, you more then welcome to come over for a cuppa :P
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Old Posted: 22-11-2010 , 08:19 PM #51
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Hi Tuddlytops, these glass panels are truly stunning. I love how you have used celtic designs but made them your own with the dolphins and sea-horses. There is definitely a future career here!! Well done, Eibhlin.
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Old Posted: 22-11-2010 , 10:46 PM #52
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Hi Tuddlytops, these glass panels are truly stunning. I love how you have used celtic designs but made them your own with the dolphins and sea-horses. There is definitely a future career here!! Well done, Eibhlin.


LOL, we love celtic designs, but we wanted to add something that had meaning to us, can be something from our childhood, or to remind us of someone, it doesn't matter.

For instances the one we doing for the living room, has a drawing i used to draw all the time, of a little cottage, done that for years, it was my dream, so we are adding that drawing to the glass, as my dream come true. :P
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Old Posted: 23-11-2010 , 12:01 AM #53
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amazing work!! you are both working so hard...
well done
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Old Posted: 23-11-2010 , 01:21 AM #54
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Thank you :P, not bad for first attempt.
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Old Posted: 30-11-2010 , 08:58 PM #55
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Well done on all the work you have carried out so far, it looks great and it must be lovely to stamp your own print on the house. I don't know if this offer will be of any use to you but I travel between Limerick and Kildare on a regular basis and if there is anything you need collected in that area let me know, I'm not too far from you (you met my husband while collecting tiles) so just give me a shout if I can be any help.
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Old Posted: 30-11-2010 , 09:06 PM #56
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Well done on all the work you have carried out so far, it looks great and it must be lovely to stamp your own print on the house. I don't know if this offer will be of any use to you but I travel between Limerick and Kildare on a regular basis and if there is anything you need collected in that area let me know, I'm not too far from you (you met my husband while collecting tiles) so just give me a shout if I can be any help.

How are you keeping?

Its been hard work and for the last 3 days we've been trying to make up insulation for the pipes as it is really cold up here.

Thank you so much for the offer, will keep it in mind :P
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Old Posted: 02-12-2010 , 01:47 PM #57
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They are just devine.
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Old Posted: 02-12-2010 , 02:28 PM #58
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What brilliant work!! Where did you get your lead/paint liner to do the out line of your designs? I have been looking everywhere for it....keep up the great work and posting the updated pics!
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Old Posted: 03-12-2010 , 09:57 PM #59
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What brilliant work!! Where did you get your lead/paint liner to do the out line of your designs? I have been looking everywhere for it....keep up the great work and posting the updated pics!


In limerick,in a arts and crafts shops, don't know the name, its a big corner shop, with a huge ruler on the outside wall, near an hotel i think.

We got 2 small tubes of it, they last forever, so far used about half of one.

Can remember how much it was, but it wasn't that expensive, if you want can check the price and post you one.
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Old Posted: 07-12-2010 , 01:18 PM #60
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Thanks Tudlytops what is the name of it and I will ask the art and hobby shop in greystones if they can order it for me or know of where I can get it in Co Wicklow....failing that I will come back to you if no joy.
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