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PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:19 am 
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I finally sat down and made another Coralene bead house.

I made the first one back in 2016.

A thread about it is here:

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Here's the new one.

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Here's a picture with thgem together:

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Finally over 80 degs here in Vermont.

Steve


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:50 pm 
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Steve, both real beauty's. Perfect in every way.

I love the scalloped awning, I've never seen one like this before.


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Very cool. Love the texture.


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steve...

you certainly have been busy so far this year...these two are the perfect pair...congrats on having some warmer weather...

just so you'll know...we're celebrating here in florida...finally a day or so without 95-degree+ highs...was in to the low 80's yesterday...

howard...


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Brian,

These reproductions are incredible. I love all the colors together. The beads just add an incredible details. These are treasures for sure.

Lucy


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