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Based on all of your comments, I decided to go for it. Now all of the wooden pieces I posted about last week are painted a nice, clean white. Don't they look better?
Posted at 12:59 PM in Collections, Look What I Found, Look What I Made, Look What You Can Buy | Permalink
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Good point Elsie! Most Scotties are black, but did you know they can also be white? I didn't until I saw one recently! It was actually a light cream color called wheaten. Learn something new everyday!
January 22, 2013 at 03:16 PM
Yes Susan they look updated and cleaner, but,bu-bu-but, I would have painted the Scotty black. Sorry, it's just every Scotty I see is black. They look great, really.
You won't have any trouble selling them now.
Red Bakelite and a red & white napkin would look really good in that rectangle utility holder. Can you tell I love Bakelite...:)
January 22, 2013 at 02:31 PM
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