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My Creative Space.

I saw this table at an oppy last week & Suspence loved it, it was the perfect size for him to stand at & scoot around, but I didn’t think it would fit in the car so I left it. Yesterday however I got to spend the day in town alone while Mr stayed home with the kiddos, so I managed to squish it in the car… along with a whole bunch of other opped goodies of course.

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Punk was dismayed to wake up & find Pooh bear gone; she got over it though while eating her breakfast & trying to spot the Nursery Rhymes she knew.

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Suspence was just happy, as usual.

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Our Creative Spaces here.

30 comments:

  1. The table looks great - and a great way to promote reading too!

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  2. I love what you did with the table using Nursery Rhymes! A big improvement to that Disney Pooh if you ask me. :)

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  3. Very nice! Perfect table for a pre- walker too, no sharp edges!

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  4. So glad you ditched Pooh Bear - so much better!

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  5. LOVE it Vic - excellent idea!!x

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  6. gah it looks soooooooo much better!
    love it!
    xoxoxo

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  7. That is GREAT make over! Well done.

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  8. It look fantastic and way better than looking at a 'pooh' all day!

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  9. OMG I LOVE IT !! Much better post Vic, i say
    xo
    PS and that's not even the real winnie the pooh.

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  10. awesome Vic!! go the mod podge ♥

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  11. looks fantastic. very cute revamp. did you use a sealer on top or mod podge? I'd love any tips you might have.

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  12. Nothing like a bit of a revamp to breath new life into something...looking much better!!

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  13. Oh you had a vision when you saw that table in the oppy didn't you!! Well done, I love this, much more fun..

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  14. Love your table makeover, I'm sure it will get lots of use at that convenient height!

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  15. This is fabulous! I'm thinking of doing something similar with sewing patterns and my craft table. What did you seal it with?

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  16. Snazzy!! Love it and I bet they do too. Haven't popped in for a while, hope things are well with you & the gang xo

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  17. That's awesome! I love the old fashioned drawings in the pages you used!

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  18. It looks fantastic - its a fable table!

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  19. I love what you did with the table, just too cute, and you can change it as they get older too.

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  20. Terrific, Vic! Good riddance Pooh (I don't think I know how to spell riddence/riddance?) and hello imagination.

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  21. Squeal!! I freaking love this table.
    x

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  22. unique now, great use of old books! love it.

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  23. Vic your a woman after my own heart - love that table. You are giving me all sorts of ideas. You don't want to know how many books I have waiting for just such a project:) Cyndy

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  24. Oh my goodness - I LOVE this table!! LOVE it!! Did you use modpodge? Major improvement. I am a huge fan of using old books for artwork!

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  25. Oh so GOOD!!! Love love love.

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  26. That is such a great idea! I love it!

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