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    Ahahahahahaaaaaa! I remember ages ago there was a thread about clever Tara's interior 'decorating' tips.

    I think tonight's pink spray painted cheese grater/jewelry holder is the best thing I've seen on television of ALL TIME.

    Please share your favourite Tara moments

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    Waaaaaaaa, I can't stand her 'style'. No one else can make something good look so awful

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    The one I absolutely loved (cough cough) was the mirror with plastic spoons all Round it. Will have to look it up


    It was similar to this but instead of pegs it had plastic spoons (like 100) without handles all around a mirror

    http://www.taradennis.com/create/wal...gy-mirror.html
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    Omg I missed it!!!!! I try to explain her 'work' to DH all the time but always miss the show! That cheese grater sounds amazing haha. I remember some 'art' she made out of thongs :/

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    Oh thank goodness it wasn't just me! I was looking at the grater and said you're sh*^ing me right?

    I remember the plastic spoon mirror! She surely is crazy! Id love to see her house haha

    She has had a few great ideas, the only one I can think of right now though was the dinning table cover that turned the table into a cubby...

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    I loved the plastic coke bottle (bottoms) curtain!!! THAT was a cracker

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    Yes the curtain was the best lol

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    Those home improvement shows are a crack up generally. I remember watching the one that Shirley Strauchan hosted years ago and he made a wooden shoe rack. I swear it had about 25 steps in it and by the end it held only 4 pairs of shoes yet was the biggest shoe rack I'd ever seen.

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