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Poison/Spice Chest done

Posted by mermaid4life (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 8, 08 at 14:05

I've been staring at this plain white cheapo cabinet for years now, Finally decided to just play a bit , month by month, I just grouted it and finished by painting places I couldn't get the grout to stick, I still need to do a few more touch ups but basically it's done. I wanted it to be Fiestay which is how I would love to do my countertop, though no way could I do as cool of a one at Flag.

My idea is just replace the horribly blah dirty 4x4 white tiles with 4x4 multi bright tiles... And that is way in the future..

Here's the cab...http://www.flickr.com/photos/mermaidmosaicsbythesea/3013284136/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mermaidmosaicsbythesea/3012448521/in/set-72157608348941803/


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RE: Poison/Spice Chest done

I love this! It's certainly not blah now! Great job!


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RE: Poison/Spice Chest done

sent this and then got the black screen of death, so just now getting back to showing the link

Here is a link that might be useful: poison chest


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RE: Poison/Spice Chest done

Love your new look on this chest. Great choice of colors.


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RE: Poison/Spice Chest done

Looks great! Nice match to the mugs above!! Thanks for showing it! Jan


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RE: Poison/Spice Chest done

Oh, MER: I meant to comment on this beautiful little chest the other day when I responded to something else in your album. This is just darlin'. You REALLY are on a roll. WONDERFUL work.


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