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Jeanette says...Wonderful work, very creative in every way possible and it looks amazing...
Julie Hardy says...I've seen floors like this, where tiles are mixed together, in real-life 16th and 17th century houses. Even a few good tiles were too precious to waste!
Just last Friday, we visited St Mary's church in Shrewsbury, parts of which date to the 12th century. Its ancient stained-glass windows had been destroyed by the Puritans, during the Commonwealth. They were restored in the 18th and 19th centuries, by re-using windows from local religious establishments which had been demolished or by buying them from churches in Continental Europe. Some side windows in St Mary's are composed almost entirely of random scraps - a disembodied face or other isolated detail can be seen inserted into the tracery, but the windows look very colourful and effective.
Jan says...You manage to get a lovely original used look to your work which I really like, when I have tried to age something it never looks original, just like I've messed it up.
Zoe H says...Exactly!
jenny says...Cardboard?!?! That looks fabulous!
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