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1  Re: Thrift Store Picture Revamp Round III -- sign ups CLOSED (first send by 8/1) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by jesslow on: July 22, 2005 07:29:48 AM
jessicakes- I am mailing my picture to you today.  I didn't have a box big enough for it, so instead I just wrapped it in huge bubble tape and then wrapped it in brown paper- it might make sense to reuse it when mailing back Smiley

Here it is:



So this isn't a traditional painted portrait or anything but I love the funkinees of it!  It's raised wood accents and straw background are so fun and I am sure you'll do a great job working on it.  Can't wait to get your picture!
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2  Old Picture Frame + Fabric Scraps = Instant Wall Art in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by jesslow on: July 18, 2005 10:17:10 AM
I've had this old picture frame lying around for a while trying to figure out what to do with it.  As I was organizing all my fabric scraps, this idea came to me!  I loved all these fabric patterns but didn't have nearly enough to make extra pillows or curtains.



I used 3 different fabric scraps to create a collage effect- from far away it almost looks like one piece of fabric:



So, with the help of good ol' HeatnBond and a staple gun, this is my creation- currently hanging up in my living room.



I love jungle fabrics but am afraid to go use them too much, so this is the perfect solution.
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