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October 22, 2015


Linda P.

Looks beautiful, Karla!

Janice@Curtains In My Tree

It's wonderful and so you, I have a smaller version of your chandelier hanging in my bedroom and I haven't painted it yet?
thanks for sharing your technic to chic

Suzanne Bell

Very attractive. Like you I got fed up with chalk paint and now feel that a pretty vintage sconce sitting on a shelf would benefit from a similar treatment .
Thanks for the inspiration,

Karla Nathan

Good luck with it, Suzanne! This is a good project to use up the chalk paint.

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About Karla Nathan

Creating Art Journals

Mini Dress Form Workshop

  • Learn how to make a mini dress form, and get tips on how to embellish your creation. This class comes with ideas, videos, instructions and ephemera images to download and print.

Wire Bird Cage Cloche Workshop Button

  • Learn a simple trick to make these cute cages and cloches in different sizes, complete with fairy image download and instructions too

Birdsong FIVE

Romantic Gothic Ghosts

  • An orange free Halloween tutorial

Romantic White Christmas E-Zine

  • Creative projects and ideas for a lovely holiday season
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