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Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Posted by cathyscache (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 29, 09 at 11:33

Hey, Thought I'd share a just finished project. I found a bread box a year or so ago cheap at Liq. World $5.00. It ended up in the bathroom as it matches the vanity and is being used as a medicene cabinet. (It can go up high, away from the way too curious 4yr old GD. Anyway I added to it and here it is.
Also after the TV cabinet I decided the rest of the furniture in the living room should match, so the coffe table and an old sewing machine cabinet (which will be my upstairs woek station are all getting birch bark and glass. I've been busy. Figured I might as well since driving (with the Ash from the volcano) is not recommended I will get some things done!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cathy

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RE: Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Cool idea! Your things are very elegant and classy looking.


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RE: Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Wow, I love your technique of combining the glass and bark to items, what a great combo,
Cindy


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RE: Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Oh, what a nifty cabinet, and of course, you're gussied up treatment re-classifies it to ultra sweet. I commented on your mirror in my thread.


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RE: Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Thanks all for the encouraging comments. I have been determined that Rustic doesn't mean sloppy. My goal was to make Rustic-Beautiful w/a touch of Elegance. That was my goal anyway...Thanks all, Cathy


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RE: Bread Box-Medicene Cabinet??? And other WIP

Such great style, I have said that before I think!


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