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neat idea for a lovely table runner

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 14, 13 at 22:54

This gal used vintage doilies and laid them out in an interesting way to create a long, lovely table-runner.
I think its really pretty and a good idea.

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hugs, Karen


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RE: neat idea for a lovely table runner

Glad you are back sharing with us!! That is a a clever idea,
very pretty
Please, don't stay away so long.
we miss you.
Nana


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Thanks, Nana. I miss being here, and need to be back!
hugs, Karen


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Wow, another great idea I could actually do. I have tons of old doilies but could never figure out what to do with them other than let the cats slide on them or "keep them warm". I actually learned from this forum to use museum putty to display some old china/pottery etc to cat-proof them. Thanks for all the great ideas.
Susan


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That's a clever idea.


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So pretty! Very delicate and versatile.


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Very chic, too! Great idea! TFS, PM! ;-) Jeanne S.


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LOL, Susan...I understand all about "cat-proofing" collectibles! Three of my cats are no problem, the 4th one makes up for all of them. His name is Jazz, but everyone here now knows him as "Trouble", which he even answers to. ;o)

from your name, gather you have Basset hounds...I'm a hound person too. Whippets.
Nice to meet you.
hugs, Karen


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Karen,

What a great idea!!

Thanks for sharing.

GG


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What a Clever idea..and .I like the way they look too!
I'm sure many of us have lots of those doilies tucked away in drawers - This idea creates 'new life' for them !!
Thanks Karen -
jane


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