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Old Posted: 15-07-2009 , 11:23 AM #16
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Beautiful rooms, the furniture is fabulous. All your hard work sure did pay off, well done.
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Old Posted: 20-07-2009 , 07:56 PM #17
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what a great job fair play to you all looks like brand new stuff
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Old Posted: 20-07-2009 , 09:23 PM #18
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The rooms are really fantastic. If that was my room id never want to leave it lol.
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Old Posted: 21-07-2009 , 02:09 PM #19
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Fabulous job on the 2 rooms, you really do have a gift. Well done.
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Old Posted: 24-07-2009 , 12:13 AM #20
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Hi can i just say what a fab job you made of the rooms they are beautiful!!
just wondering what is the name of the blue paint you have in the boy's room and where did you get the tractor stencils for the wall. I'm starting my own project with my son's room and would love if it turned out half as good as this. Great job and well done
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Old Posted: 07-09-2009 , 03:13 PM #21
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Love what you've done. So imaginative. I love the walls of the boys room. Can you tell me if they are stencils or if you did them yourself?? Would love to do something similar.

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Old Posted: 11-01-2010 , 03:03 PM #22
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bump for inspiration!!
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Old Posted: 11-01-2010 , 03:26 PM #23
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bump for inspiration!!

Thank you sparkwell.
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Old Posted: 10-02-2010 , 08:38 PM #24
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For your boys room did you stencil train & tractor or do free hand?
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Old Posted: 10-02-2010 , 11:50 PM #25
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Really nice, well done.:)
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Old Posted: 11-02-2010 , 10:53 AM #26
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For your boys room did you stencil train & tractor or do free hand?

hello hillis,
just googled tractor stencil or train stencil images and print them out. Use a pencil then and draw the outline over the print on your wall: this will leave bear marks on the wall, guiding you to paint it on the wall with a small brush. hope that helps. :)
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Old Posted: 11-02-2010 , 10:57 AM #27
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excellent thanks am doing a multi sensory room for my little boy with autism he loves train, cars, tractors etc you have given me some great ideas!!!
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Old Posted: 15-02-2010 , 01:58 AM #28
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great work
i bet your kids are happy
my kids are not happy with me as i was to start there rooms
at the weekend but did not get to start
i am happy now because you gave me some thing to look forword to lol
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Old Posted: 15-02-2010 , 02:09 AM #29
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Marcomary,you can do it.I started last night with 1 can of paint and painted 2 doors in an hour.Im very proud!! Loads of paint left in can. Do it in small stages.We are not all artists, but we CAN do it girl. x
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Old Posted: 15-02-2010 , 02:17 AM #30
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i go try
its hard with the four kids
they pull the house apart
i have the paint but need to put it to the brush lol
one of the rooms is a very small room
the other one is big
so i go start this week
you want to come down and give us a hand lol
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