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Fall House # Plaque I made.

Posted by donnas (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 20, 13 at 11:17

This is what I call my Fall house # plaque that I made last year. I made stencils of the maple and oak leaf using small pieces of foamies. Foamies do work great for making your own stencils!!!

This is what I am now trying to make using a snowflake stencil.

This post was edited by donnas on Sun, Jan 20, 13 at 11:20


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RE: Fall House # Plaque I made.

That is beautiful and eye-catching! I love it! I've never used the foam for stencils before, but they worked great here. I hope you have equal success with your snowflakes! Thank you so much for sharing this! It would be neat to make one for every season to change them out! Great idea! ~Anj


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RE: Fall House # Plaque I made.

Thanks anjabee. I did make a patriotic house # plaque a few years ago. Can't find it in My Pictures. I do have it on Photo Bucket. From there, I'm copying the HTML code and then trying to paste it onto here, but it won't let me paste. Also tried the Direct Link and the IMG code with no luck.


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RE: Fall House # Plaque I made.

Must be a hiccup? This site is kinda wonky sometimes. It won't let me post or accept my login sometimes. I'm glad you got it up in the new post though. ~Anj


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RE: Fall House # Plaque I made.

Donna, what a terrific idea to have a different set of house numbers for each season. Thanks for sharing and hope you share more of your painting.


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RE: Fall House # Plaque I made.

That turned out great. I like the colors you used as well. Those would make great housewarming presents too. Luvs


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