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itchen door

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itchen door
I had a go at my first wood working skills using my dols tool kit and am pleased that the mitres are not too bad. I am not sure if i should paint the door or leave it au natural lol, though it does look nice as it is against the lovely orange wallpaper
Posted by Adele Wallace on April 10, 2013 Full Size| Slideshow

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6 Comments

Adele Wallace
9:28 AM on April 19, 2013 
jill says...
Well done Adele - looking good. You seem to be able to turn your clever hands to anything!

thank you jill
jill
2:31 PM on April 15, 2013 
Well done Adele - looking good. You seem to be able to turn your clever hands to anything!
ilenalana
11:24 AM on April 12, 2013 
Coffee stirrers are great...I often use them too. Good job Adele!!
Brooksey
4:59 AM on April 11, 2013 
BTW, I'm "itchen" for the missing "K" in the photo's title!
Adele Wallace
5:32 PM on April 10, 2013 
Julie the planking is coffee stirrers that you get in mcds or cafe nero and they were just a nice size to pull it off, and the beauty of them are they are so easy to cut to size with a pair of strong scissors .
Brooksey
3:08 PM on April 10, 2013 
What did you use for the planking, Adele? Well done for putting the bracing going in the right direction!

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