ahhh man that looks wonderful. I will have to check them out.Hugs, Zissy
I LOVE that place. So jealous.
If that's cream cheese icing on that slice of cake, I want to inhale it right now!!! 8-DMy latest blog post is called "What's your happy??" Is Gus's BBQ yours?? :-)Kelly @ DesignTies
THIS is what I'm having for breakfast. Seriously. Ok, lunch - but still! There's nothing quite like good BBQ.Jessie
Morning, Angleo! I'm eating my orange and now I want some of that beautiful cake! Everything looks so good!I watched Rate My Space last night and just loved it! The little young couple's house was kinda Craftsman and you opened up this floor to ceiling window and turned it into french doors and painted their tray ceilings with a trim color and hung a precious chandy! I think this was one of my favortie shows! Be a sweetie,Shelia :)
It does look delicous! Now tell us Angelo, that was a TOFU grilled burger and low 'cal-choc' cake! We don't want you exploding.-Brenda-
Your cake looked yummy. I hate hamburger but I love CAKE!From Roberta Anne- The Raggedy Girl
I hope you didn't get this 5 times. It doesn't want to go through. Hi Angelo,You don't have to post this comment. I just had an idea for a mirror overlay. I thought of taking a piece of large (4"-6") PVC pipe and slicing it into thin rings. About 1/2 inch thick. Sand and pray painting them (some color). Then glue them over the whole mirror. To look sort of like a circle lattice. I would frame it in...maybe door casing? so it will have the raised edge.My question is... What is the best way to slice the PVC? Would an electric miter saw melt it? Is there a perfect way to cut this. I want a large mirror, so I would need tons of circles.Thanks for your input, if you have any ideas or an answer for me.KellyBy the way, the cake looks yummy. :)
Kelly,Here are some different ways to cut the PVC:1) They're is a tool/blade specifically made to cut PVC that is sold at the home improvement store where you purchase PVC. Just ask the employee working in that area (PVC) and they will point you in the right direction.2) A power miter saw will also do the trick and you want to ease the blade down slowly.3) sawzall or a cable saw (depending on the access) can do the trick as well.I hope these help. You will have lots of cuts to make and before you attempt the real project, get yourself a small piece to practice on to see which method works best for you.Best,Angelo
Thank you MUCH! I can't wait to try this!Kelly :) :)
LOL...I blew the diet this weekend too. The cake looks to die for...worth every calorie and gram of fat!!!
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