It's not Pottery Barn...





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  1. And what pray tell are you building...your pretty little items on the sideboard show no clue what you are up to! Thanks for coming by to see me and leaving a sweet comment!
    Sandi

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  2. Susie - I came by here to tell you many thanks for visiting my blog & leaving your lovely message, and when I got here & read "It's not Pottery Barn . . ." I just couldn't stop smiling. Thanks for that!

    Debi

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  3. Sandi. The tassels on my sidebar are for sale. They really dont have anything to do with what I built. If you are wondering what that was that I built... its just a message/art board. I needed something to display all of my daughters art work... Smiles, Susie

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  4. Hi Susie, I am back on line and missed all my blogging friends very much. I love your art display and the wonderful tassles you have been making. Won't be visiting Gramercy anymore but hope to someday meet you at a craft show. Hugs, Pat

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  5. Very nice! I love the artwork displayed too!
    ~Kelli

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  6. OOOOOhhh I LOVE THIS IDEA! I think I may have to be a copy cat.

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