Wednesday, March 21, 2012


Continued from last week...
Far from done, I changed the wood knob for a
glass one. It was way harder to get the paper to stick
down than I thought it would be....patience grasshopper

This is a scrap of wall paper border, love this bit

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Anonymous said...

oh my gosh I love this, wow wow wow, I'm going to sign up to follow, I thjought I was already, can't wait to see whats next

sandee said...

wow, aweome job, are you going to do the shelves on the inside too! Beautiful! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Pam,
Wow - this is great! I just love it. I will have to go back to read last weeks post as I didn't get around to many desks.


May said...

Fabulous, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT I saw it last week, You have done a brilliant job... Have a fun filled week, Hugs May x x x x No9

Princess Judy Palmer said...

What a great cabinet, but you are right! Inside the door is hidden the best bit! My hubby did a wooden book/CD shelf in sheet music and indeed, that paper is tough to make stick down. Not like you'd think at all. Beautiful! Judy #134

Deb said...

wow, that is amazing, love the book border on the inside!

trisha too said...

Looks great, Pam, what a fun creation!


SophieNewton said...

Sorry to be very unoriginal...but wow,wow,wow. Amazing project, it is stunning x
Sophie no.88

CraftygasheadZo said...

Love this a lot, that book paper is amazing. Thanks for sharing this WOYWW, It's Thursday and I'm still snooping through the list! Take care Zo xx 22

MaggieC said...

What a beautiful piece of work. I love it. Thank you for your visit this week, and your kind comments on our new stamp. Have a good week. xx Maggie #5

Joanne said...

WOYWW is right! books, books, books, paper, paper, paper......

Anonymous said...

Wow this is amazing! I'm so terrified of altering anything! Stupid really, I should give it a go!

I looked back at your earlier posts and your scrapbooking is totally incredibly, beautiful pages.

Luckily that storm split in two, the worst went South and hit Dexter, the Norther part was about 30 miles North of us and produced softball size hail, and we were in the middle section with not a lot going on!


Sherry Edwards said...

Wow, that's one huge project! It looks great - love the colours.

Thanks for already visiting my desk this week
WoYwW #8

Redanne said...

Fabulous, you have done an amazing job on this project. Regards, Anne #66

My name is Cindy said...

this is looking good, far from finished or not. Love that border paper! Thank you for stopping by to see me Cindy #17

Neet said...

Lovely cupboard and what fab paper.
Thanks for sharing.
Hugs, Neet #4

Barb King said...

Looks so different since the last time i saw it. Love the books inside the door, that is so clever!
Barb #106

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That's a beautiful cabinet - you've done it really nicely. Love the colours and the 'hidden' books :)
Hugs, LLJ #68 xx

Shoshi said...

Oh, this is just gorgeous... What an unusual project! I'm sorry I missed last week's WOYWW, but have just had a look at the start of the project. I am very impressed!! I'll have a look at the rest of your blog in a mo.

Thanks for your comment on my blog - I got that chair on the recommendation of my OT who said "get a comfy chair!" - I was so uncomfortable on my old one that I wasn't really using the room (it was an office then). I suffer from M.E. and that chair gives me all the support I need, and it swivels and rocks, and I can shunt myself around on it as well! It's lovely!!!

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #14

kay said...

great progress and your surprise paper inside is perfect :)

Minxy said...

Your cupboard is looking awesome, very nice job.
Happy late woyww
Minxy #23

Create With Joy said...

WOW - your last few projects are just amazing! I hope you'll consider sharing your art & DIY projects with us at Inspire Me Monday so that the rest of my readers can discover what we already know - just how talented you are!

Have a wonderful weekend Pam!

Create With Joy

Julia Dunnit said...

Whoa! This is looking good - even the glass knob makes such a difference! Great job...what was the problem with the paper sticking please?

Spyder said...

Hi, I'm sooo late, I was here honest, must have forgotten to press the button, Loved your little cupboard, what a great idea! Or!?! maybe I saw it on another post! (head like a sieve! Happy very late last weeks woyww!

Rita Barakat said...

eeekkk! I love it! How fun!!!!!Hmmm this so inspires me!

Sparkly Pink Star said...

wow! love it!