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Scrap Iron...

Posted by crystalsnap (crystalsnap@aol.com) on
Thu, Sep 18, 03 at 23:09

Take a look at this old iron that I painted. I couldn't resist painting a laundry line on it. I think I will name the piece "SCRAP IRON". It was too much fun painting it, now I'm looking for more irons to paint.

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that is priceless!
Penny


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Excellent job!!! You really have an imagination.


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Crystalsnap;
I am new so this is the first item I have seen of yours. It is really wonderful. I read your page and see that you also paint gourds. Do you sell any of your items? What type of paint did you use on the iron? Hope to see more of your work.
Ann


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Cool!


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That is so sweet - I love your painting on it.

Jill


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You are very talented.
Great Job.
That is just so cute. I would have never thought of that idea
I bet you could really sell a lot of those
So unique and unusual


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Oh my gosh, that's adorable! What a wonderful, creative imagination you have. The painting is very well done.


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So cute!
Wish I could paint!
Great job.

Haziemoon


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What a wonderful idea - very creative. Your painting is superb.


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Crystal:
Even though this post was from a long time ago !
I love it !
Thanks for sharing
I'm really not sure why the T2T pages aren't fuller and more current....
Strange...Lots of people do trash to treasure!!
I know I love it!!
God Bless!
susiesunshine


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