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Need Donna Dewberry help for Girl's Room!

Posted by ihatebuildingahouse (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 13, 07 at 2:38


I remember looking at a Donna Dewberry painting book for a little girl's bedroom a few years ago. It had organza (or tulle) decorating a bed, a chair, etc. I just thought it was beautiful.

Does anyone know which one of her books this is in?

Thanks SO much! I am finally to a point where I have a little girl to decorate for... now I can't find my inspiration!

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RE: Need Donna Dewberry help for Girl's Room!

Hi, and welcome to the Painting forum. I am sorry it has taken so long for anyone to answer your inquiry--but you are probably aware that there had been a problem with the server for a few days.

I was in Michael's this week, and there was a Donna Dewberry book on sale that was all children's rooms. Don't remember the exact title.

You might try checking, or, or to check out her available books.

Good luck with your search. We'd love to have you post pics for us when you complete your project.


RE: Need Donna Dewberry help for Girl's Room!

There is a book in this set that has Children's bedrooms, and the description of the girl's room sounds pretty.

Here is a link that might be useful: Donna Dewberry Lifestye 4 Book Set

RE: Need Donna Dewberry help for Girl's Room!

Welcome Anitapaints, Nice to see you stopping by here. So are you a One Stroke Painter? We love to see pics of everyone's projects, and have them share ideas and projects with us. If you take a look at our gallery, you can see more of the projects some of us have done. Please join in on any post. Luvs

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