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August 19, 2011

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Ann

I cannot BELIEVE what you have done for $300! The room is wonderful - I THINK the mural is my favorite part, but the headboard and pillows are so great also.

I've made some curtains a couple years ago using your hidden tab method. I love them. They were so easy to put together, but have such a professional look. Thank you!

Carol Turznik

What an awesome re-do! How could she not be thrilled? Bravo to you and creativity! Love everything!

Pat

What a fantastic room. I wish I was a teenager and had you for an aunt. All that for $300, what a great redo.

Margaret

You are my new hero... will attempt to make a headboard using a similar method in the next year. Glad to find a crafty woman who can use a jigsaw.

shelley

Thanks, ladies, for all the positive feedback! Glad you like it!

blbolden

All I can say is WOW! Superfantastic!!!

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