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1  Dude- surfs up in my bathroom in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by gardenhoe on: August 12, 2005 01:00:34 PM
My bathroom is very small, I made it fun by painting this stool, adding a flower  lei around my bathroom mirror and painting a wall with hibiscus flowers, eventually I will add a grass skirt around my toilet Tongue

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2  Baby shower cake in Dessert by gardenhoe on: August 11, 2005 08:01:42 PM
I made this cake for my sil. It is a white chocolate cake filled with strawberry buttercream and covered in marshmallow fondant. If anyone wants recipes, let me know and I will post them.

The bottom layer had abc and 123, top layer had baby bottles, botties, rattles around the sides. I also used real ribbon.

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3  TUTORIAL copy of a taggie blanket in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by gardenhoe on: July 26, 2005 01:05:32 PM
I made this today for my SIL. I hope she likes it. It's really easy to make, and not a lot of money either. I am going to put it in a basket along with a couple books and small toys.

Ok It's real easy to make. I used 100% cotton on one side and flannel on the other cut to .75 meter square. You can make it any size you want. Now cut up various ribbons about 3 inches long (you will want about 6 for each side so 24 all together. Take one of your squares and pin your ribbons to the RIGHT side of your fabric so they are facing in toward the middle and the raw edge of the ribbon is aligned with the raw edge of the fabric. Now place your other fabric square on top of the other one, RIGHT sides together and pin. Now sew the squares together leaving an opening so you can turn it inside out. Clip your corners and turn inside out. press really good and turn in  the raw edges of your hole. Sew closely along the edge of your blanket  and voila you are done.

Here is a smaller version I made, hopefully the pictures will make some sense Wink

Btw, my SIL loved it!
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4  My kid's bedroom walls in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by gardenhoe on: June 06, 2005 12:31:22 PM
In my 4 year olds room- a monkey. No my own, I got the picture form http://www.graphicgarden.com/

And in my 2 year old daughters room, a painted fence, some bugs made from half eggs, and hand made curtians

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