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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 61440 times)

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Offline Lustrousstone

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Oh dear, another book I didn't know I needed!  :24:

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Would you like a bib antiquerose :24: :24:

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I couldn't decide what to go with this week; and in the end it was clear and or frosted.
Mostly I am attracted to coloured pieces of pressed and figural glass but these I couldn't resist!


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phwooooooooooooooooar I want them all  ;D

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Offline pinky1989

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here is a set of flc ducks.

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Offline pinky1989

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I will do some pictures all my file sizes are to high.

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Offline rosieposie

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That's a much better size picture Pinky,Thank you.  We can't really see the first one you did with Avatar...can you do it in 'big format' please??
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I can see the FLC ducks (although very small) but nothing at all in the second post.
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not sure how to do it in a big format?

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Hi Nemmi  :hi:
I think Pinky has removed them and is going to post some better ones...the flc one is too small, and the second one was removed,,,,it was bigger, but not that clear!
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