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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 08:48 PM #16
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Love this clock, white metal. and 1 never seen me get the money sooo quick! and then ran..
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 08:55 PM #17
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Lovely sunflower teapot.
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 08:57 PM #18
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My lovely ducks.
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 09:05 PM #19
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Well, thats the end now!! I hope you enjoyed looking at the pictures and just goes to show you what can be done.
My hubby was a great help and once he got started I think he enjoyed doing it, as he doesnt work so kept him busy. (He keeps going back to it, and re-arranging my ornaments!),,, keep telling him it is my dresser and go away!!
I just want to thank the lady that gave me this dresser,, I am really sorry have forgotten her name! but was up to my eyes moving in here!! We only moved in in February.
Can't wait until Christmas comes so I can decorate it with Christmas lights and festive bits, I will put some pics up then.
Thankyou for looking and Thankyou to Jumbletown a great place for people like myself that do not work and every little helps.
God Bless xxx
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 09:07 PM #20
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This is our cottage which we rent. Bye for now.
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 09:12 PM #21
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A lovely job done , id love a dresser but the kitchen in my cottage is way to small for one , you were very lucky to get that .
Thankyou Clubby, yes, I was very lucky!! my kitchen in the cottage if massive!! so no problem with room, and the ceiling goes into the roof.
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 09:34 PM #22
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Dresser looks great! Very well done :0)
I think the eye came from Santorini X
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 09:39 PM #23
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Hi Darkell09, Thanks I knew you would know as you bought it for me! lol
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 10:23 PM #24
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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!!
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Old Posted: 07-04-2011 , 11:35 PM #25
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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!!
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 08:59 AM #26
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Looks great, very inspiring!
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 09:46 AM #27
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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.
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 12:02 PM #28
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what a good job! well done. i done somthing similar but it was a wall dresser.
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 02:55 PM #29
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Turned out lovely, what a fetch!
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Old Posted: 08-04-2011 , 03:26 PM #30
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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.
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