Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Next...


Do you have your doubts about this one? I did...stay tuned.

26 comments :

  1. Your blog is so fun! What are you up to?

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  2. You finally got a glue gun...Woot!!! Now, I "AM" curious as to what you're up to!

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  3. I can't wait to see where this one is going!

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  4. im dying to see the finished product.

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  5. Can't wait to see what you are doing. I'm sure it will be stunning. Hugs, Marty

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  6. Oooh, I love glue gun projects! I'm doing a wine cork wreath soon, so I'll have to see what you've come up with, watch out for those fingers! *Amy

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  7. can't wait to see what you create this time!!

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  8. cannot wait! janell, i'm becoming addicted to your projects. keep em coming!!

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  9. your projects are like design crack.
    i just can't get enough!
    can't wait to be stunned but your creativity.
    :)

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  10. I'm intrigued! I'm guessing this will be another fabulous project! :)
    Thanks for sharing in my excitement! xo

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  11. Hmmm, I am curious as to what you are going to do here, Janell!

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  12. Hmmm...can't figure out what you're up to! Be careful with the glue gun! One of my fingers is just now recovered from a little incident a few weeks ago!

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  13. I'm just impressed you would attempt this mirror! I'll be back to see the end product!

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  14. ooooo. that will be nice! Good idea. (i think) I may have to copy you on this one, b/c I actually have some sticks like those sitting in my closet and wasn't sure what to do with them. Full directions, please. :)

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  15. I think I know what it is!!! And if I'm right, then it's very similar to a project I'm working on right now that involves:

    ~6 round mirrors in assorted sizes
    ~a hot glue gun
    ~foam circles
    ~a TON of wooden kabob sticks
    ~a few dozen wooden dowels
    ~some spray paint.

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  16. Oh Janell, you are such a tease! :) I am soooo curious. Btw, I'm glad Stacy (sp?) of Red Door Home saw your post because I was going to tell you I saw that fabric on her blog. It's beautiful.

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  17. You and I must be having the same ideas. I want to do a DIY starburst mirror too. I can't wait to see yours. :)

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  18. Liz, sounds intriguing!! And Sarah, I learned a couple things from this first effort, I'll let you do the second version! Janell

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  19. Hmmmm I first thought wreath but then saw the mirror....Centerpiece for fall?

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  20. Just when I thought I had you figured out...mirror and branches??? stumped.

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  21. Oh I can't wait to see where this is going!

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  22. lol...I have the exact same mirror, bought on clearance at TJ Maxx, two bags of bbq skewers, a glue gun and a can of gold spray paint just waiting for a few hours of free time. I'll hold off and see how the sticks turn out :-)

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  23. Wow, what a fab project - thanks for sharing! We love this and have included in our Sunshine crafts round up (with a link back to you) - http://buttonsandpaint.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/sunshine-crafts.html

    x

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