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old skate

Posted by annielu (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 16, 07 at 18:51


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found the shutter in the trash, and got the skates for 50 cents! so i painted the skate and decorated the shutter.
Whatcha think?


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That is Gorgeous!!!!


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You've been busy getting ready for your show! Great find on that shutter, it looks to be in really good shape. Hope you do really well, let us know how it goes. Luvs


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I think it is a very clever idea. Great job and good luck at the show.


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I think you are extraordinarily creative.


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Looks great !! Wish i could find some skates and an old sled.Good luck with your show.
kathi


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I so admire, the painted skates I have seen, you did a beautiful job! love it! dont think I could paint something that small.
kathi you might find some skates at the thrift stores.
oddie


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Yep, I see skates at our TS all the time.

Annielu~ Your's look terrific. Love the red and how you put it all together on the shutter. You are gonna have such a good variety of things for your show! ~Anj


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LOL.I'm in S.Calif and i go to thrift shops all the time,in fact i was at GW this morning.I have NEVER seen either a sled or skates in any of them. Now if i lived in N.Calif i may have better luck,but alas,i don't!!!
Kathi


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Guess you wouldn't have much call for ice skates there, now is there anything you could do with surf boards???? Teehee ~Anj


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Wow, how creative you are! This is just darling.


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