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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / My new shabby chic room on: May 14, 2006 03:39:50 PM
I'm moving to a new pad in a few months Cheesy...and i'v already decided what style i want my room to be. At the minute, theres a purple wallpapered wall (its gorgeous, and staying!) and sliding doors. I'm gettting a metal ivory bedstead/headboard. (Anyone know if it would be possible to attach 2 headboards to one bed...its a divan and this would work out cheaper than a bedstead!) I'v also started making millions of throw cushions to make the bed semi day-bed like. What should i do to cover the window? I don't fancy really heavy curtains (due to the floaty- ness of the room) but i also don't want to be awake really early every morning  Undecided...and ideas of an in between solution? i hate blinds btw, except bamboo ones, which don't look good on a full sized door! Can i paint veneer furniture white? And I'm also stumped on where to store things...i considered a blanket box come bedside table but it might be kinda low! oh, would the walls look good a light gray colour? to complement the lilac, or best sticking to off white? Roll Eyes

Another kind of random question, whats the best way to get smoke smells from a carpet? Apart from leaving windows open to air the place, which can only be done when im there as its not terribly difficult to climb through the sliding door! I can see this room being a nightmare! Undecided hahah! I love a good challenge!

Many thanks fellow craft-nuts! *sighs* *aaah, how much i owe craftster*  Kiss
2  CLOTHING / Costumes: Discussion and Questions / think the phrase is i'v bitten off more than i can chew....HELP!!! on: October 22, 2005 01:06:38 PM
i have started making this for my bro's halloween costume.....

i need some help with the head. i tried stiching 2 circles together but it just doesnt look right. also if anyone has any good ideas for something to stuff the head with it'd be good! bear in mind that the beak which is cardboard covered in fabric has to be attached!
 once its finished il post again!! (ps its already lookin quite good!)
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