Monday, December 16, 2013

LET'S START A GALLERY

I've been sent pictures over the past few years and thoroughly enjoyed seeing them.  I don't know why it's taken so long for me to think about sharing them regularly with you.

So, I want you to send your pictures of the tutorials you have finished.  I will use your first name only unless I am told to keep it anonymous.  You will be encouraging others to try the tutorials out.


I am hoping this is going to be a fun thing to do and see.  I know I have enjoyed the pictures, I think you will too. 

Working on a small tutorial for December,
Kris

camceiling@frontiernet.net

7 comments:

  1. I was very happy because you've taught me a lot. Thank you!

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  2. Hi Kris, this is a good idea :D! I've made your Santa's sleigh and the shabby chic bed from your tutorial and I've shown them on my blog with the link to your tutorial. I don't know if you got those pictures already from my blog?
    Kind regards, Ilona

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  3. I haven't gotten to try anything of yours yet but I will surely share when I do. :)

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  4. Thank you for all your tutorials. I sent you two pictures of watering can.

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  5. great idea, can't wait to see what everyone's created. I'm still new at this and just learning the basics.

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  6. i had done a basket from one of your tutorials but i used another material - raffia :) here's a link to my basket: http://akrimdolls.blogspot.com/2013/08/jak-zrobic-krzeso-i-kosz-peen-roz.html

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  7. Wonderful idea!!!
    I haven`t done anything of your DIY`s yet, but you know my situation...The pain I`m in, so it`ll come when I can!!
    One thing though.....
    Kris, you talk about wonderful details on those beautiful furniture the ladies have made, but they`re hard to see. Would you be able to AND will the ladies allowe it:
    To make it possible to click on a photo and get a bigger version of the photo to see the fine details.???

    I wish you, Kris and all your follwers a most wonderful Christmas and an even more wionderful happy new year.
    Greetings from Denmark

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