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Display Name: lovesbubbly
Member Since: 7/22/09

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Great job, Jamie Meares (Furbish Studio). Fun bathroom. Great use of Target stuff.


Bathroom Refresh Under $200 Target Home
8/22/12 12:32 PM

I painted the giraffe on a small portion of a big canvas painter's drop cloth. I lightly drew a pen outline of a giraffe and filled in and changed the design as I started painting spots. I'm no artist, but it came together quickly.

I wanted something large to hang over the bed, but was a little worried about a heavy stretched canvas or framed photograph right over her head. I kind of like the uninished look of fabric hanging. I put grommits in the top corners that fit into hooks on the wall.


For The Fun Of It
Small Kids, Big Color Entry #56

12/10/11 09:58 AM

That is a giant little people dog on the dresser. It's a puzzle. All the pieces come apart and fit back together.


For The Fun Of It
Small Kids, Big Color Entry #56

12/9/11 08:04 AM

Doesn't look like they ship to the US...


Miniio Dollhouses: "IKEA For Barbie"
10/5/11 02:14 PM

This rug isn't available to purchase online and isn't available at any store in the country. It hasn't been for MONTHS. Why post this stuff. I love it and wanted it, but it's un-get-able.


A Popular Rug for the Nursery | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
4/8/10 11:12 PM

We were at a neighbor's house a couple of years ago and the neighbor rested her glass precariously on the edge of the counter behind my husband. He didn't see it and knocked it right off the edge. Was it really his fault. No. But we felt really bad and they were sort of weird about it, so I found out (not by asking the neighbor) what kind of glass and ordered one (about $50). When it came in the mail I took it over. Never a thank-you. Nothing verbal. Nothing in writing. No acknowledgement whatsoever. I really don't know how to take that.

When things like that have happened at my house I go out of my way to make them feel at ease about it and I let them know that accidents happen. Why would you use nice glasses if you're going to get mad when things happen. And why have nice things if you never use them.


Apartment Therapy DC | Survey: Glass Breaking Etiquette?
7/22/09 02:40 PM