Sunday, September 28, 2014

SO close...................................

painted & stencilled floor - paisley pattern

Oh my poor aching knees LOL

Have a wonderful Sunday everyone

Hopefully this will be finished sometime this week to show you all - in the meantime I'll just bore you to death with progress !

More details to come when I'm finally up off my knees and can call this room done

Painted & stencilled floor - paisley design


Much love,
Me

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42 comments:

  1. wow. that looks wonderful. I've been absent for a few days so have to go to old posts to see what you've been up to!

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  2. That is friggin awesome. I understand stencilling but WHERE did you get a large enough stencil to do the area without having to retape a multitude of times and .... my worst fear..... smearing the wet paint?

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  3. Wowzer!!! That looks great! Can't wait to see the completed project!

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  4. Not sure whether my previous comment was not approved .... I got a message that I was being deleted..... But here goes again. I think that floor is friggin awesome. How/where did you get the stencil. On that scale I would be retaking and smudging constantly. It looks great.

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  5. Not boring at all! I just love this and can't wait to see the whole floor! It is going to be amazing...:) Have a blessed Sunday.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  6. Wow Suzan...that looks amazing! Can't wait to see the end result!

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  7. I absolutely love it!!! It is the bomb!!! I think I am going to attempt something similar in my craft area!!! Wish me luck, I think I will work it on a low to the ground roller cart!! I wore out my knees running!!! I think we have a furniture mover in the garage!!! That should do it!!! LOL!!! Have a blessed day!!! XOXOXOX Karen

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  8. WOW! Looking good ~ how big is your stencil?

    Sending hugs & good thoughts~

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  9. Wow, that is stunning! You are a miracle worker ~

    xo
    Pat

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  10. MERCY ME...this is bringing me to my knees already. I never knew they had stencils this large....

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  11. It looks amazing... I found out last Thursday that French people invented yet a new rule: apparently, it's forbidden to have your bathroom directly on hardwood floor, so no plumber wants to do that for me because their insurance won't cover it. I wonder how many stuid rules our government can come up with?

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  12. Just beautiful!!!
    Can't wait to see it all finished!

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  13. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    -andi

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  14. I am totally loving this floor! Please tell me you have knee pads! I bought a pair when I started rehabbing houses in Seattle and was laying a lot of vinyl flooring. If you don't have a pair, get some! It will make a huge difference on how your knees feel.

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  15. For sure, looking good!
    I hope you have some good tunes on as you are doing this. :-)
    xx oo
    Carla

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  16. Wow! This is stunning! I have no patience for stencils so I can imagine just how much work you've put into this. If you're looking for another place to share your projects, I would love to have you stop by Etcetorize and join our Make it Monday party. It opens on Sunday evenings.

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  17. I love it! Would love to do this in our entry way! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  18. All I can say is WOW too. That is a crazy amount of stencilling and I am in awe!

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  19. WOW!!!!! I am already amazed. Girl that is extraordinary!!! Did I say, "Wow!"?? ;)
    I can wait to see the finished product!!

    Thanks for sharing the process with us a Project Inspire{d}!

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  20. OMG Suzan...it is fabulous. My knees hurt for you.

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    1. Thanks so much !
      It's a very simple process actually - just extremely time consuming !
      Hugs,
      Me

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  21. That is pretty awesome! I am thinking of painting our stair landing floor. First I have to be brave enough to rip off teh carpet and see what is underneath it!;)

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  22. I bet you have aching knees. It is going to be fabulous Suzan! Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  23. Now I think I see what I've been missing! Is it the whole floor or are you doing a rug-size masterpiece? Wow, that is beautiful and WOOOOW how much work. Your poor knees..Happy Thursday..Judy

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  24. What a gorgeous floor! The aching knees will be worth it. :)

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  25. WOW, that is crazy cool! How did you possibly do it so neatly?

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  26. that is such a cool result, thanks for sharing the creative inspiration

    my blog moved to www.pearlmaple.com

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  27. Wow that looks amazing. I'm sure it's back and knee breaking work. Thanks for sharing at DIYbyDesign.

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  28. Holy cow! That looks like a lot of work...but ah-mazing!

    Thanks for sharing ;)

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  29. It's beautiful. Sorry for your knees and the amount of effort this is taking -- but it is amazing. Ann Marie @ Iris Abbey

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  30. Amazing transformation! Love the color. Reminds of intricate tile in Turkey!

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