Jun 29, 2016

Ooooooh baby

It took three hours, but I think it was worth it. 
I may have to keep this one.
 

 
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30 comments:

Evelyne said...

What a lovely box is this!
Great, great, great!!!!!

Chrie said...

Really sweet! I'd keep it if I were you!

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

I love painting and decorating paper mache...This is sweet and a keeper.
What size is it?
Great job, and enjoy the week, Peace as always, Barb

gracie said...

Wonderful!

Robin in Virginia said...

Well done!

CathieJ said...

Oh my that is beautiful.

Louann said...

Wow! You outdid yourself on this one! I don't blame you for keeping it. It"s gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Ooh baby is right! That box is gorgeous! Hugs to you, Kelley Secrest

Jacqueline said...

Love the brighter colors, it really is nice,

deb said...

Ohhh, that looks fabulous!

jan said...

Yes, Marly, keep it for yourself. You are always so generous, it's time to be generous with yourself. ...jan

Cathy B said...

I can understand why you might want to keep this one!

Amanda said...

Bit of history of the f-bomb. Earliest written use in English goes back to the 1500s and some uncomplementary comments on the relationships between the Friars of Ely and the town's housewives. It seems to have made it to the US by the time of the Revolution, and its modern usage was well established by the turn of the 20th Century, at least among the working classes. It moved into the more general society after WWII via returning GIs. So whether your movie had an accurate usage depends on both time and what social class the character was.

Amanda said...

Bit of history of the f-bomb. Earliest written use in English goes back to the 1500s and some uncomplementary comments on the relationships between the Friars of Ely and the town's housewives. It seems to have made it to the US by the time of the Revolution, and its modern usage was well established by the turn of the 20th Century, at least among the working classes. It moved into the more general society after WWII via returning GIs. So whether your movie had an accurate usage depends on both time and what social class the character was.

Sandy98221 said...

That's one beautiful box. My favorite of all your boxes.

Annmarie said...

Absolutely WONDERFUL. Definitely a keeper.

Three Sheep Studio said...

Perfect !
Rose

KimM said...

Marvelous! I'd keep it, if I were you.
xxx

Primitive Stars said...

Oh yes, a keeper for sure.Blessings Francine.

kelley said...

lovely...it'd be a keeper for me too!

Vickie said...

That is a beauty!

Mary said...

It is beautiful, there hours you deserve to keep it then. Your best one to date.

Linda in Maryville, IL said...

Thank you Marly, for the heads up on the movie. And I am with everyone else that posted so far, that box is lovely and you should keep it for yourself.
I need to pick up chocolate the next time I am out shopping. Hope I can get some today! mmmhhh

Marjorie Downey said...

I love it! My favorite so far!

Heartland Stitcher said...

Your boxes are always fantastic. Yes, you should keep it.

Judy Heartland stitcher

Vera said...

Love!!!!!

Krissy B. said...

I love all your boxes so much and this one is fabulous too! Great colors and design! I hope you keep some of these beauties for yourself. They can hold Dove Chocolate as a reward for your hard work.

Jeanne said...

Awesome!!

Jeanne said...

Awesome!!

Fran Caswell said...

Love it!

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