block light I did for xmas present

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angel
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block light I did for xmas present

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My nieces room is paris themed so I did this light to coordinate, Im proud of the way it turned out, I used my eclips to cut out the square on copy paper, brushed with modge podge, battery operated xmas lights so she can set it anywhere. I hot glued strips of fabric and tulle around the outside.

I have four more of these to do, looking for inspiration please! lol
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TheresaTT
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Re: block light I did for xmas present

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i am sure she will love it. good work
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gj1
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Re: block light I did for xmas present

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OH, this is WONDERFUL...you should make more like this...very VERY nice!!! She is going to love it!
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angel
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Re: block light I did for xmas present

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Thank you very much for commenting, I just learned that instead of using mod podge to glue the paper onto the block, instead use spray glue, like basting spray but permanent.

Also use acrylic clear sealer spray on the front of your image, this apparently looks alot nicer, Im going to give it try as soon as I get some.:)

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Thanks for these tips on application and for the comment on my punch bowl, too:)
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