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February 28, 2009


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Alison Heal

What an inspiration! I was shopping for vintage fabrics in my favourite thrift shop yesterday and came across a thick 'paper-fabric' in a stunning '70s design. I thought it was new retro, rather than original, but maybe I'm wrong... You've made me think again about the possible uses of the paper, and I may have to pop in again to snap it up!

julie thompson

Love it!


is that ever beautiful! way to go :)

Claudia Hill

I love what you did with the lunchbox - what a wonderful idea!


It looks beautiful! It's so rewarding to turn something not so pretty into something beautiful.


Wow Wow Wow! I love it Susan ~ that turned out beautifully!

. . . . . and who knew that they made paper draperies?? Remember Paper Dresses in the 70s???

Very Nice!

Lunchbox Obsessed

You created a lunchbox work of art, I hope you are enjoying using it :) Thanks for sharing!


Nice! I love it!

pat griffith

I had a lunch box like that but it had my favorite Beatles - Herman's Hermits pic's and Yardley girl Jean Shrimpton
and Twiggy too.the inside was lined with paisley fabric.
I loved that purse.


Wow! That is quite a transformation! The trim really adds to it.

Amy at The Red Chair Blog

Creative project!

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