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Posted by lindasewandsew ca (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 30, 10 at 21:20

I made these for someone in Canada and thought they lived in Vancouver, but changed them to where they actually live in Toronto, lol. Funny how different they look by just changing parts of them. Linda

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They look great both ways. Someone will sure be happy with such neat signs. Glad you discovered it before you sent them!! Jan


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  • Posted by cait1 VIC Aust (My Page) on
    Fri, Dec 31, 10 at 11:09

HAHAHA Too funny. They are soooo much fun!


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I LOVE these! Very creative!


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Geepers, lost my post!
AWESOME, sew&sew...knowing I over-use that word but it perfectly describes how I feel when I see your license plates ART! 2nd set more colorful & more work! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Your signs always amaze me. They are darling. I don't see how you cut up all those license plates, you must have really strong hands.
Frou


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Love your sign creations! They are so colorful and lively looking...makes me smile!


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Thanks for the nice comments. I cut plates with old heavy tin snips, even though modern spring action ones are far easier. Aluminum plates cut much easier than the old steel ones. A jigsaw works ok. Here are some others that I may have posted before. They pretty much all look alike. Linda

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Edna's Watering Can

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