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« Reply #10 on: June 11, 2009 02:30:13 AM »

Great recon.  I love how you used the marbles.  That door pull is beautiful.  Great job and inspirational.  Thanks for sharing and explaining.
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« Reply #11 on: June 11, 2009 06:25:49 AM »

I have always wanted to do this with a kitchen or dining room table.  I think your nightstand turned out beautifully and it's inspiring me to make one too.  I'm also a huge fan and collector of milkglass, so I love the lamp too!

I love the milk glass too. Got the lamps at salvation army for $3 a piece. Right now I'm looking through all the garage sales and thrift stores for milk glass vases for my wedding next year. I'm picturing them as center pieces filled with wild flowers.

I did notice the lamp too.  It is beautiful.  I have my Grandmother's entire collection of milk glass stored in boxes.  I would love to display it in my kitchen.  I want to build some shelves and tuck them in there.  Kind of like elongated box shelves.  Maybe I can do a two for one deal - redo the potato and onion thing (previous reply) and shelves at the same time!  I wish you lived closer msweehoo, I would let you borrow them!

« Reply #12 on: June 14, 2009 01:18:28 PM »

Wow i love the glass beads!!  Shocked
it turned out beautiful!
(i think i'll might use that idea if you dont mind (A))

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