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A Clock and a tray

Posted by shrty411 (shrty411@hotmail.com) on
Tue, Oct 28, 08 at 18:21

Here are my two latest projects:

The light blue tiles on the clock are from the tess exchange and came from Flagtruck (thanks again)

I have blue mirror tiles, some mille and blue iridescents:




It needs some cleaning and when I was grouting I dropped it and the top came off. It's not setting on there right in
the pic, but when everything is done I'll attach it back on






This is a tray I did for myself with plates.





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Hi there! Glad to see you post these. I love your projects! For some reason Photobucket isn't letting me closer, but I adore blue, and these are both fun. The clock is whimsical with the star-like piece on the front and the blues are striking together. I alsmost bought myself a tray to do recently and now know I should have. The tray you used is wonderful, and love that you used blue grout. Very pretty.


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I love you clock. Like what you did with the shades of blue. Your tray is very pretty. Daisy I have noticed that photobucket has changed somewhat. I tried to edit a pic the other day and it wanted me to dl a flash player to do it. ????? Bummer
Anyway shrty keep em comin.


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A Clock and a tray

love your clock and tray, i couldn't click to enlarge , Photo-B wouldn't let me in either.


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It won't let me enlarge either. My setting are the same,so I don't know

Thanks for the nice comments!!


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Maria,

I LOVE your blue clock, all the different shades of blue and the mille and irridescent simply fabulous. Love the tray too. .

i would like to look closer but stupid photobucket doesn't want us to for some reason. Great job


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actually, you can get the pictures larger, if you click on the slide show, to the right of the main picture..
I just found that by accident...and it worked...lol

Becky


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try clicking on the tray picture.....

but you have to click on the tray, first..it won't work, if you try it with the clock, for some insane reason...go figure!


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Way to go gal! I like both of them but especially the clock. I am glad you could use the tiles...they look fab.


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BEAUTIFUL. Haven't seen you posting work in awhile. Glad you're back. Yeah, what's w/Photobucket? Other day, when I pulled it up to post, it gave me choices of fall colors. Wish they'd leave a good thing alone.


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Well they're great. I need a clock in my living room and hadn't thought of mosaicing one. I love the idea and your projects turned out great.
Cindy


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Thanks everyone.

Flag, I'm saving you handmade one for something special.I know what I want to put them on, just not what to put with them.

Slow, I've been looking over here, but haven't finished anything in a while. I'm retiring from the PO at the end of the year, so I hope I can do more stuff

I don't know why you can click on the tray and not the clock, when I posted I could click on the clock too


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Your clock is really great. The colors, the design, everything is really cool! That tray was quite a find,
love what you did with that too!

Congratulations on your upcoming retirement.


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Ditto all of the above. Great work.


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Can't say it enough....both are just BLUEtiful!! *groan* ok, I'll quit now :)


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very "cool" in the truest sense, the colors are great. The clock will look great ANYWHERE! People will envy you that tray... Excellent work!


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LOVELY!!! WOW!! IMAGINE the possibilities of projects next year!!!! Yeehaw!!!


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