AND THE OSCAR GOES TO - paisley highboy

Trying to make this one write like an epic story,
as you scroll down the page seeing each photo
 I want it to feel as if you've just turned the page of
 a mystery novel or the next movie scene.

This would be the front cover of our book,
 designed specifically to entice you.



Chapter 1
We first see a glimpse of the past
and feel sympathy and concern.



Chapter 2
Then curiosity starts when we see
a bit of magic in this tale.



Chapter 3
A good story has many ups and downs.




Chapter 4
Dark clouds of days gone by now weave their way in.




Chapter 5
But every good epic has a hero, a warrior,
or just a supporting actress to steal the shiny Oscar.



Chapter 6
The long hard battle begins ....



Chapter 7
Every arsenal used .....



Chapter 8
Defending against evil ....

Chapter 9
with a trusty shield of armour .....

 
Chapter 9
The hero triumphs

 
The Finale
Everyone lives happily ever after

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21 comments:

  1. beautiful! wow, what a mess it started as, but now it's stunning.

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  2. that is one fancy pants dresser! so cool!

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  3. It is beautiful and I love the way your presented your story. Amazing transoformation
    Sherry

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  4. Your dresser is like no other but i have to tell you a hint that I just found out. I am working on a piece of furniture and needed to get the veneer off that was in bad shape. A friend came by and said, just use your heat gun and it will pop right off. I tried it and she was right. Just hold it for a few seconds near the edge and pry up the veneer with a putty knife. You will have to do this repeatedly until it is all off but it only take minutes and no elbow grease vs the scape and peel way. Just thought you would want to know for future.

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  5. Wow that is just beautiful. I would love you to link this to my VIP party this weekend. Is that paper or fabric? I also have those knobs used on my daughters dresser, aren't the fabulous?!! I was just at HB yesterday contemplating on getting more. I think I will wait until they are 1/2 off.

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  6. This is absolutely beautiful! Another awesome vision that you've brought to life...and it's great.

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  7. What a beautiful transformation! Such a great idea to use the paper (I'm guessing?). Really beautiful.

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  8. What a great storyteller you are! And a beautiful job, really just gorgeous!
    Love it. Thanks so much for sharing.
    ~Pam
    pamspaintparlor.typepad.com

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  9. It‘s so nice that I found your blog about your link on Funky Junk Interiors. Of course I’ve scrolled a little and like what I see. Now I’m your new follower! ;)

    Take care
    Tine

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  10. Oooh, look at that shiny stuff! I love this! So unique and beautiful!

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  11. Absolutely stunning... I am running out of words for your creations. You are one talented girl. Amazing work.

    Hugs, Deb

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  12. I have a simple way to remove Veneer! you take your household Iron ( I bought my,n at thrift store $3.00) put it on cotton setting wait until it's good and hot put on part of veneer your needing to remove leave on for 30-40 seconds and then take a 5 & 1 scraper and put under edge of veneer and scape it off keep repeating until it's all removed.

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  13. Hi, friend! I'm admiring all your creative posts here so can you please share them with us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? The link is at http://www.homemakeronadime.com/2011/04/creative-bloggers-party-hop-042411.html. Thank you so much :)

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  14. great job.. love what you did with it.

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  15. Outstanding job and loved the story behind it! Thanks for linking up!

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  16. Beautiful dresser, beautifully presented! I would love to know what you used for the "paisley" on the drawers.

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  17. Goodness gracious...this is beautiful. What did you use for the drawers and how did you apply it? Inquiring minds would LOVE to know!

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  18. Love that! The silver is awesome. Just so pretty.

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  19. This is just beautiful! Can you share how you adhered the paper?/foil?/fabric? to the drawer fronts, please?

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  20. I am in love with this..and curious is this ....... covering the fronts? You are amazing,,,need a HGTV show ....

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THANK YOU ALL!