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post #21 of 28
well, for some reason the pic doesn't work! You can see it on their site atr: http://www.marmaladetrees.com/Home.htm
post #22 of 28
We have a beautiful playstand that my dh made as well as custom wooden shelves that we keep our natural toys on. I make sure none of our toys make noise and we've elminated 95% of plastic. Our wooden play kitchen and food is by far the most used item... I crochet a lot of my dd's playfood. We also have a wooden bridge that turns over into a rocking boat that the kids love (I run a home daycare part-time). If you want to see pics you can look at my blog www.eileensplace.blogspot.com
post #23 of 28
Lazure painting is very involved, but you can google it and find some great examples on websites. You can do a simple wash to a room by starting with white walls and adding VERY dilute watercolor paint with a soft large artistic finishing wall brush. If it's too bright, you can go back over the finish with a little white paint and glaze very sparingly. I did a rainbow aroud my kids' room where the colors begin to blend into one another. They love it and are very proud of mom for doing it.

post #24 of 28
Eileen,
That's a beautiful playspace! Very inspiring!
post #25 of 28
Thanks so much Joanna! Thats my daycare room too so it gets a lot of use!
post #26 of 28
Eileen,

I was unable to view the pics however love the rest of your blog...

Michele
post #27 of 28
Thanks! In my blog there are various photos of our playspace... you may have to click archives and scroll down on various pages.
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by browneyedsol View Post
Lazure painting is very involved, but you can google it and find some great examples on websites. You can do a simple wash to a room by starting with white walls and adding VERY dilute watercolor paint with a soft large artistic finishing wall brush. If it's too bright, you can go back over the finish with a little white paint and glaze very sparingly. I did a rainbow aroud my kids' room where the colors begin to blend into one another. They love it and are very proud of mom for doing it.

Can you post pictures????
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