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September 28, 2008

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Amber

this table is so adorable! and the design you made is great!!

Kristena

That's stinkin' awesome!!! Just beautiful.

mary

I don't know much about decoupage, but the table looks amazing!

Christy Botta

The table came out beautiful. I've done lots of decoupage and I always use tissue paper. It's stays smooth and always comes out nice.
Did you use Mod Podge especially for fabrics because I know they make one. I have never used fabric to decoupage but your table came out great!

Scott at Blue Nickel Studios

You did this AND a party in the same time frame?? Don't you sleep? I have my 20th anniversary coming up, wanna fly across the country and do our party for us? You are an amazing woman...your husband and kids have got it made!

dodi

oh my! Just got chance to check in, and wow!! SO many adorable things to see!! This table especially -- that is beautiful!

I've always used tissue or scrapbooking paper, and they had little/no bubbling. I think they do make a Mod Podge for fabric. I'm almost certain I have seen it.

You seriously need to consider selling items on Etsy.com You are one talented woman!

Jessica Dougherty

looks fabulous!

Carrie S.

That is GORGEOUS! What a great idea!

Katy Lunsford

I love this - what a great job! I'm sure your nieces absolutely love it! Katy

Sarah

I've had problems with fabric decoupage too, it bubbles when it's drying. I used a gel medium and got a bubble when I went to check if it was dry.

The table came out great though! I love your color choices.

fiona

fantastic table, well done:)

Brandy

That table is amazing! Is there any chance you would be willing to share your templates for the design?

Amanda

wow, this is so adorable!! i just found your blog and im loving all of the inspiration here!! definitely adding you to my google reader! :) please do share how in the world you did this table... its WAY too cute! ;-)

JoAnne

That's lovely! Have you submitted it to the IKEA hacker site? I think it's ikeahacker.blogspot.com

Single Girl

This is amazing! Did you have a pattern for the desigin, or did you just wing it?

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