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Glow in dark Address Marker

Posted by mermaid4life (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 30, 09 at 20:21

Hello there, I've been busy working on a mosaic portrait of my nephew, but decided to take a break and do something different. Here's our new address sign for our front door. I knew I had to change it when I mosaiced the front post.

It's made with wedi board and numbers are glow in the dark organiks recycled tile, i used mini mosaic tile to surround the numbers for more drama, and then used the same colors on my post of mini orange and green glass, and organkis recycled pale sun for the main background. Hope to get a pix soon and show it in at night.

Right now I'm making two number signs for either side of our mailbox. One will be glow in the dark but now sure about the other side. We have a street light shining and I don't think the glow would be effective (and it is too expensive to waste)

Here is a link that might be useful: address number


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RE: Glow in dark Address Marker

So very pretty! I would love to see how it glows in the dark.


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RE: Glow in dark Address Marker

How beautiful is THAT. Nice to see you back, MER - have missed you. Enjoyed seeing your porch posts again too.


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RE: Glow in dark Address Marker

Hi Slow and China, Thanks, hopefully I will get a pix of the night view soon. I've been trying to post for the last week and could never get past the review button. Got my fingers crossed.


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