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Posted by oldcrafty 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 18, 13 at 15:10

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I bought these unfinished single crosses last October in Canton First Monday Trade Days. Took me till last month when my granddaughter needed a school auction item to do something with them. Decided not to do the typical wall hanging, felt like I wanted to do something different and this was the idea I came up with. Took a little bit of planning and piecing it together. The crosses have spacers between them. Decided that looked better than not spaced. It can go indoors or out, I sealed real good with poly.The granddaughter loved it, in fact wanted to keep it but decided her school really needed the money, but was quick to ask if I would do one for her! Soon as she picks out her colors I will get another one done.

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RE: Crosses

This is beautiful and very unique!

RE: Crosses

Lovely & plant is great idea with crosses softens & gives lot of dimension, no wonder your GD wants one! Jan

RE: Crosses

This looks AWESOME! I love the color pallet and the asparagus fern looks great with it too! Great job!

RE: Crosses

Very cool!!!!!

RE: Crosses

I like the shape of those!
And love the colors you chose.

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