While this may not look like much to the naked eye, it is actually a long mirror attached to a wall in which an applied lead design is made to resemble a wrought iron gate. What you see in the mirror is a reflection of the garden IN FRONT of the mirror, not a gate, in which you are looking through to see the garden. I have always wanted to do this.
Book Three: "They burned it. I can't believe they burned it. It's been here for centuries." "Shut up, Graden." "Calm yerself, Chesh. Jest because you loved this plece and now et's gone doesn't mean yeh have the right teh teke it out on us."
In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its wrought iron gates. Dating back to 1741, the atmospheric building is one of London’s forgotten mansions which, until very recently, stood decrepit and destined for demolition. However in …
Flour Resist Batik: mix a flour/water 'paste' and apply to fabric with a piping bag, in whatever pattern you want! Let dry overnight. Use thinned faric paint OR thin acrylic paint (we used regular craft paint), mix with fabric medium per manuf directions, and brush on. Layer colors in some places to mix ON the fabric. They will blend nicely if thinned out. Let dry. Then peel off dried 'paste' to reveal the resist pattern beneath! Viola! Back Gate Studio/Boise, ID