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    This is a pattern of Al B's , i have been working on quite a few of different patterns and was going to post them all at the same time but you know how impatient i can be at times LOL these are decorating the tops of my entertainment stand now . Im having fun with this decorating the house in puzzle thing LOL
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    Last edited by cathiejade; 09-06-2011, 04:12 PM.

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    Oh wicked cool Cathie....!!!!! (In RI, that's high praise...)

    Are these your own design..??
    I love em...!!!!!!

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    • #3
      supercool design...i love them

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      • #4
        Thanks Jim and way awesome phrasing I am going to make that word art for my wall LOL These are not my own design , they are baggetta ( Al ) our forum members pattern


        • #5
          Thread of Al's and his site link is in his siggy


          • #6
            ok my edit is totally not working so heres the original edit i posted in my first message lol

            edited to attempt to add a pic of a bat and a piece of candy corn puzzle. the bat is Al b's pattern that he posted see below for teh link to that thread , and the candy corn is just something i threw together, totally not finished but after splattering green paint across it it was time to put it up for a little while and take a breather !
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            • #7
              Cathie. You've done wonders with my bat and leaf patterns. The colors are great, and I love the candy corn you added.
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