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November 09, 2010


leslie (crookedstamper)

Aluminum foil? Seriously? How does that hold up? Can you wash it? I have NEVER seen that before, but it looks FAB!

Pat Vilbaum

Wow! That is creative. I would have never thought of doing something like that. Take one more picture of the area all finished, like the first pictures. I want to see how it looks with the black cabinets and countertops. Cool idea!


WOW, love the Spellbinders die cuts under the foil, what a great idea!

Sheena B

Now that is one creative remodel!

Dee in N.H.

Holy moly! I love your tile job! Martha Stewart better be nervous with talent like this! LOL!


OMGoodness, this is incredible! I would like to know if you painted the cupboards yourself or had someone do it, and what type of paint did you use. I would love to give mine a makeover but I am a little nervous (and DH thinks I can't do it).


Huge improvement!

Lynne Phelps

Wow!!! Wow! Are we talking regular Kaiser or Reynolds type kichen foil, dull side out? Incredible!


Absolute genius! What a fantastic way to use everyday items to make your home fabulous. I *love* the whole idea - and the results are awesome!


how very clever!!! Looks great.


OMG!! This is just AWESOME!!


Popped over from Vintage Revivals. I'm thinking about doing a tin foil project myself and yours also turned out really fabulously. How has it held up? Seriously impressed with how it looks, so I'm hoping it hasn't ripped.

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