Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Busy in the Shed


After cleaning out my shed I have been busy doing this.

003    Puttying.


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Whitening and waiting for putty to dry.


008   Brush off excess and then trim up the putty.


006

                  Give the window a good rub and polish.  Tah Dah !!!!!!
                                                   FINISHED!!!!!


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Well that is what I thought until I looked at the photo?  I still have a few things to do before my Kookaburras are complete?????? Click on window to enlarge. Can you see what is missing???

I hope DH does not take as long as I did to frame the window!!!!!

25 comments:

  1. Eyes closed! You are very clever and you have made a fantastic job of your stained glass- it will look wonderful wherever you put it.

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  2. Well, I dont'n know what a kookaburra should look like, but they might need eyes?
    Your window looks fantastic:-)

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  3. Just amazing... I wish we lived close by I would love to come and see them in real life.... eye's and feet??? but I wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't pointed it out...
    Hugz

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  4. Yes, they're missing their eyes! Your window is beautiful Maria. I just love leadlight windows. Hugs, Christine

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  5. They look wonderful but they can't see this as they need little eyes. You are so clever.

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  6. Looks fantastic and I would never had noticed they were missing anything xxx

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  7. Haha, I thought I was so clever guessing eyes and feet but everyone else got them too.

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  8. Wow your window looks amazing.You must be so glad you finally finished it. Make sure you get those finishing touches done soon :)

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  9. they look cool mum. maybe they r just tired from waiting to be finished lol. lub alaways dd1

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  10. WOW Mum,

    Always such a good job.
    You should put that on the 'Sew its finished' blog, that is a good UFO finished.

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  11. you are always amazing me! Is there anything you can't do? That's beautiful!

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  12. This is beautiful (ok it does need eyes) simply lovely. You are very talented.

    Hugs - Marie

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  13. Your window is gorgeous even if it isn't totally finished!!!

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  14. It looks beautiful, Maria, and your solder joints are lovely. The glazing looks clean so I am not sure what else needs to be done.

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  15. You are so multi-talented! I think it's a beautiful work of art.

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  16. This is so beautiful! My guess is that it needs hangers.

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  17. Hello Maria,

    I am sure you have them completed now. Just such a wonderful job.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  18. you are so clever!! They look beautiful!
    Susie

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  19. Who needs feet when you have wings? And I think they are singing so loudly that their eyes are closed. You are very talented

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  20. O Just take my breath away! I would Never get anything done if that was with me because I would spend all my time admiring such beauty! O I just ADORE it!!!!!

    You do know you can take the next bird over to the USA to teach me how to do that!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

    If you did take a while to complete it - then it was well worth the wait!

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  21. Hello Maria, you are so talented...I love your Kooka stained glass window...hugs lyn

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  22. How will they find their breakfast without eyes?? Love it and absolutely adore the stained glass in your blog header.

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  23. I just got rid of the song, now it is back full force....I can hear them laughing at me!!!! hahahaha

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  24. Wow your leadlight is amazing...I have a question. I recently bought 3 leadlight panels which are to be made into a window but they need a clean. Can you suggest what I use to clean them up. The glass is good and so is the lead....just a bit dull. Any help would be great. Thanks

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