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July 05, 2012



Like the pop of color you put on the muntins.I had no idea that's what those were called.Sitting here with my coffee and enjoying your garden and the concrete friends surrounding the entrance.
Love the little Kewpie doll.....such a cute face! Of course I'm partial to the elf on the mushroom LOL.
Thanks for sharing!Got my little push from you to go arrange my little friends now :-)


Looks great. Love the pink! I do NOT enjoy painting windows. You did a great job. Did it cover with one coat? Hope so.
Sweet kewpie.
Your little studio looks like a magazine glossy.

Kim Kenward

What a charming color for your studio windows. You have the darling garden statues.


Charming. I had similar problems in the last house and used a liquid sandpaper. Great product no problems except an added step. These look wonderful. Wouldn't have it any other way. Its a shame the neighbor didn't have a solution in the trash bin though...smiles...Renee

chris mckinley

Oh you are so lucky to have such a great studio!! and your own place! Nice! Thanks for sharing!



Oh, paiting them pink instead of white was the perfect choice! Love that little concrete "kewpie", too. Sweet.


Love your studio, and the pop of color is the perfect touch!! xo Heather

Michelle Kiel

You have the coolest stuff EVER!!! :-)


altho i am not a pink person {being an only girl child, Mom drowned me in PINK!} i love the way your painting project came out! sweet pop of color, and a great backdrop for your garden treasures. *e*


Beautiful! That last picture should be in a magazine.

Sheryl Remy

That pink really did the job of making your studio even more charming. I'm sure your outdoor friends think so too.

Sheryl Remy

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