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August 20, 2012

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candice carpenter

LOVE it!!!

Erin Barraza

Kim
It looks fabulous! I know you've been working a while on your room
Re-do and from what I can see it's all coming together:) love, love, love!
See you soon.
Hugs

Terri Gordon

Hi Kim, It's beautiful! I love your photo of your children, how sweet! I also love your beautiful dolls. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs,
Terri

Terry Frias

You created a wonderful space in your bedroom, I am so glad you kept the furniture and you did a wonderful job!!

Charlene

I LOVE what you did with your storage piece. WHAT A HUGE DIFFERENCE! I really love that you used the sheet music for the panels. It turned out GREAT! My friend Lisa always says... Just because it's wood doesn't mean it's good (when the question is to paint over a good piece of wood furniture or cabinets). But, I always hesitate to do that... YOURS turned out amazing. And I bet the room looks larger with it light instead of dark. HUGS!

Sandy

WOW just gorgeous! I LOVE your dolls too!

Sandy xox

Pamela

Breathtaking piece. I was wondering if you would allow me to pin a photo of it to my Pintrest board.

kadee

Hey,Kim...you've been busy!! Half the time I paint with Annie Sloan and the other half I use regular latex paint. However, I have yet to mix paint and primer together. And what did you use for the aging stain? I think that is even harder to figure out than the paint color! I loved how the armoire turned out and with the vintage luggage on top? Really nice touch! The memories of getting the kids to sit still long enough for a photo... I loved reading your experience. Like it was yesterday, right?

Robyn Yednock-Haas

WOW! You have totally inspired me!

Riki Schumacher

I love this Kim!! Great job. I need to just do it now! Riki

Jill

That looks fanastic! I've never had much confidence to try anything like this myself but you've inspired me to give it a go!

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