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« on: February 17, 2009 03:50:46 PM »

I need one angel for Lizzle for the Deck out your kitchen Swap: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=284802.0

This swap was a 7 point swap of mostly kitchen related items. Here are the relevant parts of her questionnaire.

What crafts would you like to receive?: Most of all, I'm hoping for a tablecloth! Other than that, I'm not sure. I'll probably never get tired of cool dish towels. I keep meaning to make myself an apron with that awesome pattern that keeps floating around but I haven't. I don't paint or draw well at all, so crafts that include personal artwork are cool and something I can't do myself. Mostly, I'm hoping to get things that make my somewhat unfortunately green kitchen more modern.

What crafts would you rather not receive?:
I don't like country kitchens, so that's mainly what I don't want. No wood plaques, no ducks or bunnies.

 Anything else you would like to share to help your partner:

  We recently moved into a new rental apartment with an unfortunately colored kitchen. It has three walls that are a true forest green and an attached dining room with three cream colored walls. Since we can't paint, I'm trying to figure out ways to turn this not-exactly-my-color-or-style kitchen into something that's modern, warm, inviting and nice. To add to this dilemma, our kitchen rug is red (my usually preferred kitchen accent color), the cupboards are painted white, the floor is maple, the table and chairs are light birch and the sideboard is dark maple. (The sideboard *really* doesn't match but I found it at a flea market and fell in love.)
  I'm hoping to solve part of the color dilemma with cool, funky tablecloths to help downplay the lightness of the table and join the colors of the room. Other than that, I've been totally at a loss. We're only planning on living here for about 6 -8 months, so I don't want to do anything too drastic or acquire too many things that match this green, but I do want the kitchen to look nice while we live here. Now you, too, know my kitchen dilemma. Thank you for helping me solve it! Also, I'd be happy to send a couple of pictures of my kitchen along, if that will help you.


PM me if you would like to angel for Lizzle.
« Last Edit: February 18, 2009 05:04:50 PM by DeannaLynn06 » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2009 03:36:07 PM »

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