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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 03:29 PM #31
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Georgous !
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:03 PM #32
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Well done, it is fab and worth all the work. Good luck in your new home I hope you have managed to open all your boxes now!!

I must say what is it with men when you arrive home with something and they go: "you drove where for that, what are you thinking!" Then when it is finished they cant wait to show it off!!
Hi Raviravi,
Thanks very much, yes all boxes gone!!! now have to start on the garden again!! but its what I enjoy doing, only thing is because we rent I keep doing up the owners garden, then we decide to move again!! I must be mad but I couldn't leave it a mess, have to have a nice garden.
Be intouch.
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:04 PM #33
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Georgous !
Hi Felix1..
Thankyou very much I think its come out really good too.
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:07 PM #34
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Lovely,I really enjoyed looking at your pictures,Angelsfishingrod!

I have a similar dresser that I want to paint and now that I have seen how good yours looks,I think I will definitely give it a go :)

Where did you get the handles from,if you don't mind my asking? They look really great,and set off the dresser very well.
Hi Narizota..
Thankyou for your comments,, we got the handles in our local Co-op store luck really. 2.50 each so not expensive.
I would definitely do yours up and put some pictures up when you have finished.
Good luck :)
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:08 PM #35
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Turned out lovely, what a fetch!
Hi Gormal..
Thankyou very much I am delighted the way it turned out.
Good luck :)
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:13 PM #36
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What a fab job. How long did the whole project take? I would also love to know where this market is and what day it is on? My other half is from Borris and we would have spent a lot of time in Co wexford over the years.
Hi psj,
Thankyou for your comments. I would say it took us about 4-5wks in all. The longest part was stripping it all back which did take a few hours!!!
The market is !!!! hang on if I tell you then you would be getting all the bargains!!! ummmmhhh have to think about this now!!
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:15 PM #37
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What a brilliant project! You should both be very proud of yourselves. By the way, I have a question, where is this great market where you pick up such interesting and pretty items? I don't live in your area, but one day I promise myself I will travel there!!
Hi TickTock.. Thanks very much,, yes my husband keeps looking at it!!! and thinking about adding lights to it!! I remember he said would make good fire wood!!! ummmmhhh,,, can't tell you where the market is!!! its a secret!!!
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:21 PM #38
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Thanks for all your lovely comments, makes all the hard work worth while..
And to those of you that want to know where the market is held... It is called Un-Yoke, and it is on the coast road just before Castlebridge.. between Gorey and Arklow. It is on every Sunday (as long as its not pouring with rain)!! the best bargains are to got if you get there early!!!
Nice day out on a sunny day and also go the the beach at Courtown.
Thanks again.. and best wishes to all.
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 07:34 PM #39
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I have spent many a day with you both at that Market :0) you always seem to bag all the bargains though! You have an eye for it. I got a lovely antique cake stand there.
Dresser looks really nice, il get sewing tonight & make you the hanging heart for it :0). X
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 08:38 PM #40
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Ah yes a difficult place to find if you don't know where u r goin! Was there only once. Had a lovely time and had icecream in the petrol station round the corner from there! Other half knew about it!
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Old Posted: 09-04-2011 , 05:46 PM #41
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I will need specific directions of course! And a map!
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Old Posted: 09-04-2011 , 08:33 PM #42
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Really nice job, you can come and do a few of mine any time you feel a bit bored...:)
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Old Posted: 10-04-2011 , 04:02 PM #43
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Really nice job, you can come and do a few of mine any time you feel a bit bored...:)
Hi Tudlytops, Thankyou very much if I lived closer not a problem, love doing things like that. :)
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Old Posted: 11-04-2011 , 10:10 PM #44
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Hi there again, I have just remembered the ladies name who gave this to me!! Teresa.. so if you are ever reading this just a Big Thankyou once again. :)
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Old Posted: 13-04-2011 , 07:45 AM #45
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It looks fabulous well done we ladies can and always do come through.....
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