Monday, November 12, 2012

My Pretty Little Table

Not sure what happened to my original post about this pretty little gate leg table I did, it somehow got replaced with another post.  There's no telling what I did.  So sorry, but here are the photographs. 






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I apologize, but my original post about this table somehow got replaced with another post, so all the links to the various parties I linked up to were lost, and now I can't remember what I linked up to.  If you choose to feature the table please let me know and I will gladly add a link to your blog.  Thank you!  Debbie 

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15 comments:

  1. Debbie,
    It looks outstanding...love the top!!! Come by and share it at my party today and enter to WIN a $50 gift card:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. Thanks Linda! Thanks for inviting me to the party, I'll be sure to link up!
    Peace,
    Debbie

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  3. I love the top...such a great piece!

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  4. What a gorgeous table - just love the stencilling on top!

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    1. Thank you so much! I am very pleased with the way it turned out!
      Peace,
      Debbie

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  5. gorgeous table! i love the details on that pretty base!

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  6. Wow! That is GORGEOUS! I did NOT know this type of table is called "gate leg!" Thanks for the comment on my post about the (almost) same table. I love what you did with the damask print! Beautiful! It sounds like our garages are almost identical as well... except mine is still in the pre-cleaned state... :)I thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog!

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  7. Your table is SO cool! I love how you did your stencil. I read you used your Sihlouette, how did you piece it together to get it that large?

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    1. I am soooooo sorry, somehow I missed you comment. I do my best to respond to all comments, but somehow this one slipped by me and I just happened to see it. Gosh, I really don't know how to explain how I did it (nor do I remember exactly how - lol!) I know I cut half of it and then I flip it over and do the other half - does that make sense? And I use a 12x24 mat. I can't remember the exact measurements of this one, but I'll be happy to measure it for you if you need me to. Thanks for visiting and, once again, I apologize for the late response.

      Peace,
      Debbie

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