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Old Formica Samples

Posted by kudzukween (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 6, 08 at 9:14

Tried my hand at some collage things...used the large countertop samples. This was fun! I found pics on the internet I liked and used them with sayings I found,too. Some I decorated with beads and feathers and lace,etc...some have adult sayings on them so I won't show those :) lol

Here is a link that might be useful: collage art


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RE: Old Formica Samples

I have a ton of those.. i started transforming them.. but I think I need to return to finish!

Thank for forging me ahead! LOL


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What a great idea!
I love the example you showed!


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Another great idea! You are certainly on a roll! Love it!


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Great idea! I love the collages too.


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Those are so cute!!! What a way to use discarded junk. You're very clever & talented!
Vickie


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What cute ideas!


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Thanks ya'll.....and Robolady I love that idea,too, great way to use them. I have also seen the smaller tile samples used as key chains,really cute and functional art! I have tons of those,too,so I think I'll try my hand at some keychains.


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Love them all!
kathy


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I love them all too! What a great idea.

Robolady, what do you use the top ones for? Gift tags also? And did you print things out to put on them? Then use decopauge?? I'm not very good at painting. :)

Alicia


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