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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 02:29 PM #1
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hi all just wanted to share my beautiful revamped rocking chairs that i got last week from pat in middleton down here in cork.I just love them and it took no time at all to sand them ,varnish and ad trimmings i love this site so much its just great.....once again thanks pat for my beautiful rocking chairs..
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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 03:34 PM #2
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Well done Angie. you did a fab job. The Rocking chairs are really nice. You and Unapam are genius's. It is lovely to be able to show people what can be done with a lot of elbow grease. Keep up the good work.
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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 03:45 PM #3
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hi linn, thanks so much far from a genius.it was unapam inspired me to get out my sewing machine and dust it down when i saw what she did with her beautiful cottage. anyway it dosnt take alot to make somthing old look new again just a little bit of tlc.thanks again for your kind note.regards angie
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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 03:57 PM #4
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wow angie1
thay look gorgeus well done..
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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 04:51 PM #5
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Wow. Brilliant job
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Old Posted: 24-04-2008 , 05:57 PM #6
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thanks marie and lislaw.
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Old Posted: 27-04-2008 , 01:41 PM #7
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Hi, Angie, well done! you have done a magnificent job. Now you have two unique designer furniture pieces and landfill is that little bit emptier. It's the only way to go!!! I have posted another repurposing idea on the forum.
What can be done with a broken teapot? Nothing? Just dump it? Nooo, noo no....go see "repurposed teapot" Cheers...unapam
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Old Posted: 27-04-2008 , 10:15 PM #8
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hi unapam , thanks so much you are who inspired me i used always make things years ago but when i saw what you did it gave me the push to get out the sewing machine and start up again, i cant stop now !!!!!!!patch work quilts,cushion covers,dolls dresses for my nieces the list is endless thanks for the kind words and of course the great inspiration. kind regards angie1
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Old Posted: 17-05-2008 , 05:09 PM #9
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hi there angie,
great job on the chairs they look fantastic....
this site is the business who ever taught of the idea deserves a medal or an award... certainly helped me out and given me ideas... happy jumbling lol
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Old Posted: 17-05-2008 , 05:54 PM #10
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hi irish iiiis,
its a fab site nothing like this anywhere welcome to jt im new to it myself a few months but i find it great and rewarding funny how a web site can make you feel good happy jtowning it takes a while to get used to it but when you do be careful its addictive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks for your kind words angie1
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Old Posted: 20-05-2008 , 09:46 PM #11
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hi angie,
yes it sure is addictive, im on this a couple of months myself & have not only collected some great useful items, but have met some very nice people on here toooooo!!!! who needs a social life lol
p.s. did you use briars wax (spelling may be wrong) on the chair its great for wood and protects it
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Old Posted: 10-10-2008 , 10:18 PM #12
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All the wonderful stuff like this seems to be miles away from me. You did such a great job on these Angie1. Very talented lady. No offence unapam but I think you'll have to share your crown here!!
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