Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2004 GMT Views: 2740
Registered: January 10, 2004 Location: Living the good life in Westcliffe Colorado Posts: 264
Wed, Jun 09, 2004 @ 6:54 PM
Okay this is torture!! This is soooo awesome I just don't have the words to describe this!! I have room envy!!:) I have been tempted to stamp on my bathroom walls and even have the stamps to do it, just haven't been brave enough. I even have a customer that has done it and she just started stamping a month ago!! I need to just get some paint and do it!! Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!! I am going to do it after vacation and convention!! Happy stamping!!:)
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Registered: June 18, 2003 Location: Lino Lakes, Minnesota Posts: 13774
Wed, Jun 09, 2004 @ 6:54 PM
I just love the look of this! The door is just fantastic!
Registered: June 1, 2004 Location: Arizona Posts: 592
Fri, Jun 11, 2004 @ 6:46 AM
Magnificate! Fantastico...muy bonito!
WOW...When do you hold lessons for all of us to learn your wonderful techniques? What a beautiful room you have created. Thanks for posting! This is something I want to do next. Just ordered a stamp set to do the kid's bathroom and is one of the main reasons I joined stampin up, but haven't ventured into it yet.
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Registered: April 8, 2004 Location: Austin, TX Posts: 4855
Fri, Jun 11, 2004 @ 6:53 AM
I'd be happy to go paint a new cluster of flowers in there somewhere taking pics of each step if it will help anyone take the plunge! I went back and did a few more the next day on the ceiling and around the windows. I'm sure I can find a new corner that needs a few roses!
Registered: April 3, 2004 Location: Pittsburgh, PA Posts: 15
Thu, Jul 08, 2004 @ 11:47 AM
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL ROOM!! I BOUGHT THIS SET & STAMPED A SHELF & LAMPSHADE FOR MY GRANDMOTHER FOR HER BIRTHDAY. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY GETTING THE DESIGN TO LOOK RIGHT? IT WAS MY 1ST ATTEMPT WITH THIS SET & EVEN THOUGH MY ITEMS TURNED OUT NICE, I WASN'T COMPLETELY 100% HAPPY WITH IT. ANY HELPFUL HINTS?
This is absolutely gorgeous!!! I have this set and I have a green bedroom (mellow moss). My powder room is going to be close baroque burgundy. Have been thinking about how to use Roses In Winter. Maybe even in my daughter's bedroom - top 3 feet is close to more mustard and the bottom is close to baroque burgundy. Does that make sense?
Anyways, I would love to know what you used - craft ink pads, acrylic paints??? I would also love to know how you did it. Did you practise on paper first? Or did you just "wing" it? Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks! I love your roses.
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Registered: June 11, 2004 Location: Ohio Posts: 86
Mon, Aug 02, 2004 @ 12:31 AM
I have always thought this set was so pretty. It looks gorgeous on your walls! I really love it on the dark green! Very beautiful!
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