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In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Linda Ford [Visitor]
I understand from these posts that you STARTED OVER for the contest. Difficult decision but I get it. So I am so excited and interested in what you have decided. It is Nov 29 so I am curious if you will make deadline or just create to create. GO LADY.
11/29/20 @ 13:14

In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Kamelia [Visitor]
Both tree and container looks great. :)
11/23/20 @ 01:33

In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
It looks great so far. I really need to do more trees. Every time I see yours I remember how much fun they are.
11/22/20 @ 11:21

In response to: Hexagon clay tiles, part 1

Comment from: Keli [Visitor]
Clever! They turned out great.
11/22/20 @ 04:16

In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Debora [Visitor]
It’s great! I like it’s shape.
11/21/20 @ 08:30

In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Marilyn Hughes [Visitor]
The tree looks so real! WONDERFUL
11/21/20 @ 07:36

In response to: Container tree, part 1

Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
That looks wonderful! The planter is so well done.
11/20/20 @ 20:24

In response to: Hexagon clay tiles, part 3

Comment from: April Kelly-Wright [Visitor]
Lovely! That's basically how it goes to tile in 1:1.. grout and wipe forever to get the haze off.
11/19/20 @ 06:01

In response to: Hexagon clay tiles, part 3

Comment from: Kamelia [Visitor]
It looks just perfect.
11/15/20 @ 06:34

In response to: Hexagon clay tiles, part 1

Comment from: Kamelia [Visitor]
Great work.
11/15/20 @ 05:46

In response to: Fancy wrought iron door, part 1

Comment from: Linda Ford [Visitor]
I wondered about the entry you were working on...seemed to stop and it DID. So excited to see what you come up with. GO GO GO. You can do it in time.
11/13/20 @ 12:23

In response to: Hexagon clay tiles, part 1

Comment from: Josje [Visitor]
Hi Brae, The tiles look fantastic! I loved seeing the process of making these tiles, very informative and clear. I don't need any tiles at the moment, but this method is certainly one I will keep in the back of my mind for 'one day'. Thank you for the tutorial! Josje
11/10/20 @ 06:23

In response to: Fancy wrought iron door, part 1

Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
How pretty! Now I need to move south just to have a RL door like that.
11/05/20 @ 20:56

In response to: Fancy wrought iron door, part 1

Comment from: Nancy Fix [Visitor]
I look forward to seeing what this will be attached to...New Orleans - type structure???
11/05/20 @ 06:42

In response to: Fancy wrought iron door, part 1

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
It's so pretty. The color reminds me of the 2015 Otter Cove door. Shades of purple/violet/lilac are a weakness of mine so I love it even more.
11/04/20 @ 20:19

In response to: Happy Halloween from Bert and Halo

Comment from: brae [Member]
Thank you!! :>>

Let's say grandma is on holiday, and Bert is house-sitting. Or this is an alternate universe sort of thing. Or that is Ophelia dressed as a ghost and grandma dressed as a robot! :))
11/03/20 @ 16:06

In response to: Happy Halloween from Bert and Halo

Comment from: betsy rogers [Visitor]
This is Awesome! I Love seeing this house again!!! But.... What did he do with Grandma...? It is her house after all.... did he lock her in the basement....? And how did he get in? Spooky..... I hope you had a great Halloween! :)
11/01/20 @ 07:49

In response to: Happy Halloween from Bert and Halo

Comment from: Véronique [Visitor]  
too funny, his cocktail hahaha!
11/01/20 @ 04:51

In response to: Happy Halloween from Bert and Halo

Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
Wonderful!
10/31/20 @ 22:54

In response to: Happy Halloween from Bert and Halo

Comment from: Debora [Visitor]
Hahahahaha! Love that! Enjoying his WD40 cocktail!
10/31/20 @ 21:30