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Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

Posted by nanagrandma 9 SouthWest, Calif (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 17, 10 at 3:44

Here are two of my latest totems, I have showed you the Tropic Totem before I put it in the Arbor Area temporarily to photograph with some greenery; The Dotted Swiss is made from lamp shades, vase and frilly plates; they will go into my new Totem Area with all my other totems.

DOTTED SWISS TOTEM

OMG it sure looks crooked don't know if it is angle or my body must be leaning over, lol
TROPIC TOTEM

DOTTTED SWISS TOTEM

OK I am going to rename this "Leaning" Tropic Totem
TROPIC TOTEM

Nanagrandma/Sylvia


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RE: Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

Wow! Love them both!


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RE: Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

They are beautiful Nana! Love the name dotted swiss for the white one....just perfect!


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RE: Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

They are both very pretty. Around here the milk glass type of pieces are plentiful. I really like how yours is pieced together. I will have to try a totem in all white some day.


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Those are very pretty!!!


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Lovely, the milkglass is so stately! Will make a nice addition to your totem garden. The tropical 1 is so colorful, you just need a couple of tropical drinks, a grass skirt & lai & you & DH can dance the night away! Jan


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RE: Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

I love that kind of milk glass, I like milk glass period. I've never heard it refered to as dotted swiss, but it sure does fit. Great totems.
Frou


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RE: Dotted Swiss & Tropic Totem

  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 19, 10 at 22:41

Very pretty. You did a super job! TFS.


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