a royal pain

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    decorative frame on the entry way to the upstairs
     
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    this is made of plaster and a real pain. ive chipped it a few times. going to have to let my artistic side out to fix both sides of it
     
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    the archway bead made it possible to get the corners smooth with out having a corinary
     
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    the other side
     
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    had to elave rough edges on it becasue there was actually lot of plaster i had to put up there. some of the underneath was breaking and chipped out too, so again with the rough edges
     
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    Oh wow, that would be so pretty all painted up. I'm partial to spraypainting things like that metallic gold, but some people (like my husband) are into the painted lady look and would rather paint in some complicated scheme. I bet you could find inspiration in a Victorian architecture book...
     

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