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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Though I suppose they aren't her ideas, maybe everyone takes turns letting their child come up with the craft idea?
    Or she googles 'most bogan craft ideas' and goes from there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Or she googles 'most bogan craft ideas' and goes from there?
    I think your onto something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat21 View Post
    Yes! The distressed look. Always makes me...distressed.
    Makes DP almost cry seeing the destruction of beautiful timber!

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    I'm in love with this thread! I feel bad for Tara because at some point there are people saying to her "great idea". No Tara, it's not a great idea. Ever. I have never been inspired to get out my glue gun or felt tipped pen. If you splash paint on a canvas and call it art one more time, ill have to quit my job. In fact, we have a rule in our house to avoid channel 7 on a Friday night. This is not 1995. Yellow walls and blue dolphin paintings are no longer cool. She sells sea shells....but she didn't ask you to glue them to my window sill!!

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    We just got given a readers digest decorating projects book form the 70's from my smother in law. 2000 home and craft projects. I flicked through and recognise heaps from BHG and Tara's projects.

    maybe she has a copy?

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    Default Better Homes & Gardens Tara 'appreciation' thread

    Oh oh - a whole room tonight

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    I've been watching just for a hit of Tara's fabulousness.

    I missed part of her segment whilst settling DS for bed, I'm gutted

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    Default Re: Better Homes & Gardens Tara 'appreciation' thread

    She's got the paint out again...

    Sent from my umbrella

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    Default Better Homes & Gardens Tara 'appreciation' thread

    Why must she totally ruin furniture with horrible colours!!

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    Default Re: Better Homes & Gardens Tara 'appreciation' thread

    DP is wanting to hurt her lol


 

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