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Thread: Scene Windows

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    Shadow--those are stunning. Does it take long to make one?

    How special it would be for someone who works in a cubicle to have such a spectacular view? Where are you going to hang yours?

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    You're amazing!

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    Wow, just when I think you can't outdo a piece that you have shown, you show another one that makes me think the same thing. I want to be as talented as you are when I grow up!!

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    WOW!! Those are beautiful!!

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    Shadow, they turned out lovely. What lovely scenes to look at after your surgery and recouperate.

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    WOW!! They are incredible! Love them both.

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    Those are beautiful! YOu could put them on a wall without a window and have that beautiful scene all the time! Way cool!

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    Yes, where did you get those beautiful panels? Both are just beautiful!

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Very cool! I've always wanted to get some fabric panels and do something like that :)

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    Beautiful

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    Those are incredibly beautiful. What a great idea!

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    Beautiful, Beautiful!

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    Beautiful.

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    I like the first one and LOVE the second one - a friend and I were just saying how nice this would be to do!!

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    WOW. Like a real window. Those came out spectacular. The black part must have been difficult with those curves. Is it appliqued over the top or fused? or??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabrat
    WOW. Like a real window. Those came out spectacular. The black part must have been difficult with those curves. Is it appliqued over the top or fused? or??
    Thank you everyone. :)

    The black is traced onto fusible web, after cutting it out I fused it to the scene fabric. :)

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    Oh Shadow, You are so talented! Your work is lovely! Thanks!

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    Wow...they are wonderful. If they need a home, just let me know...lol

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    WOW! I am so impressed!

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    Very nice Shadow.

    I actaully have two of those scenes, that I haven't done yet. Once day.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Those are so very beautiful, wonderful,gorgeous.

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    They are both just gorgeous.

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    Those are beautiful Shadow. These would make a wonderful filler for the boarded up windows in our church. After additions on the old church, the windows were boarded up and covered with heavy drapes. Those have been removed and now nice wood niches have been made. Could make them for different holidays and hang with a spring rod. Ideas, ideas :D

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    WOW! I LOVE sceneries, and you really enhanced the view and use of the panels. GOOD SHOW!

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