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Rebecca Ryan

Nice choice for your fabric. Looks like a medieval tapestry. Also, it's amazing to see how paint can transform things... like kid's toys!


I bought one fabric and decided it wasn't right, so this was my second choice and I love it, never thought of it as a medieval tapestry but you nailed it. And like I said, kid's toys - when you're done, give them to me.

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