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Of course this is a Marie Claire work of art. Checking out ebay looking for tea cups and pots to make this floor lamp. This is going to be an amazing addition to my daughters room.
Posted at 07:04 AM in Design, Inspiration, Interior Design | Permalink
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Very cute idea! I've been browsing your blog ever since you found me! You are one creative woman! Oh, and your daughter is soooo cute;-)
I can't wait to see her room finished!
I need to email you!
May 21, 2010 at 12:50 PM
This lamp is gorgeous... I'm sure your little girl will love it when you make one!! She's so cute! Love your designs! Thanks for your comment on my painted wall!
May 23, 2010 at 07:21 PM
Hi, Just saw that you had subscribed to my blog, so I popped over and have subscribed to yours. Did you get to make the lamp for your daughter? Are you still looking for some china pieces for this project? I love looking for fabulous finds at our local Goodwill and at estate sales and will keep my eyes peeled for you for some pieces.
Love the things you have made...you are quite the talented sewist / seamstress / crafty girl.
You should really sell some of the things you make, as I am sure that folks with little girls would love to buy from you. Have a nice day and thanks for following my blog.
October 11, 2010 at 10:30 AM
i love this lamp! can you tell me where its from please please please?!
Emily (london UK)
February 11, 2011 at 04:23 AM
I found this in a magazine. Can't remember any details on where to purchase. I wanted to make my own. I'm sure it would be out of my budget.
Theresa Wimbish |
February 11, 2011 at 08:38 AM
What an awesome idea! Your local salvation army or Goodwill probably has lots of old and antique tea cups and teapots! I figure, the more mismatched, the better!
How do you suppose the cups are drilled through without cracking? I would like to try this idea too!
April 26, 2011 at 07:11 AM
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