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Little Chicken box

Posted by cindiloo (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 21, 08 at 3:35

Here is a little box that it has taken me waaaay too long to complete....still needs to cure and be sealed. Think I'll use the shiny grout sealer! The top is a center focal from a plate, red globs and black "rhinestones" from a deconstructed belt that I picked up at a yard sale. I used Modge Podge to line the inside (and bottom) with polka dotted tissue paper.




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Well isn't that the cutest little box. What a fine job you did w/mosaicing it, and your decoupaging the inside is darlin. Can't believe you did that w/o a wrinkle. Just adorable. Yes, I like the shiny grout sealer too. That always brightens the grout and brings the shine back to the jewels that dull when I put them on b/f grouting.


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Very pretty for chicken pox! LOL you know I love this!


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That is just fabulous!! I love it!

Be Safe, Rach


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Now thats something to crow about!!!lol! Great colors!


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RE: Little Chicken box

Cindiloo,

that is so ADORABLE!! I love it, where are you going to keep your little chickee, wouuld look wonderful in a country kitchen,

I love the color combination and it so is sunny and cheerful looking, great job with the modgepodge

it just came together so nicely. Can't you see if filled with Easter eggs or candy eggs in the spring??

Just love it, you go girl


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That's a delightful little box! I love the interior too. What a great idea to carry your red, black and white theme!


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