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Learn what to look for when you go thrifting to make DIY art for your home! These awesome ideas will give your room the vintage look you want. Learn how to use antiques and rustic finds just like Joanna Gaines to make your thrift haul successful!

Art from Flea Market Finds

trio of mismatched metal clock faces that recalls times gone by. An ornately carved frame and pretty ribbons amplify the grouping's importance and convert the diverse objects into a catchy composition.

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Lately In The Studio + Christmas In July Sale

Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine.- Ephesians Chapter 3 of Ephesians is deeply encouraging and verse 20 is truly

2014.  Eliminating Vocal Breaths with Waves DeBreath. For many this is an audiobook editing time saver. I bought the license on sale and determined that my breaths are not that noteworthy. I never use this.

Eliminating Vocal Breaths with Waves DeBreath. For many this is an audiobook editing time saver. I bought the license on sale and determined that my breaths are not that noteworthy.

Running Curlew by Nathan F. CobB Jr. (1825-1905) Cobb Island, VA, c. 1880. This bold decoy features a classic Cobb tail split, an original oak bill and black glass eyes within carved eye grooves. While Cobb curlew decoys are rare, this bird with its original paint and bill is a particularly noteworthy example.

Running Curlew by Nathan F. CobB Jr. (1825-1905) Cobb Island, VA, c. 1880. This bold decoy features a classic Cobb tail split, an original oak bill and black glass eyes within carved eye grooves. While Cobb curlew decoys are rare, this bird with its original paint and bill is a particularly noteworthy example.

COPLEY FINE ART AUCTIONS The Sporting Sale 2015 July 25th, 2015 Lot 86 (left side). Running Curlew by Nathan F. CobB Jr. (1825-1905) Cobb Island, VA, c. 1880. This bold decoy features a classic Cobb tail split, an original oak bill and black glass eyes within carved eye grooves. While Cobb curlew decoys are rare, this bird with its original paint and bill is a particularly noteworthy example. This early gunning decoy has impeccable provenance, coming directly to the consignor from renowned…

COPLEY FINE ART AUCTIONS The Sporting Sale 2015 July 25th, 2015 Lot 86 (left side). Running Curlew by Nathan F. CobB Jr. (1825-1905) Cobb Island, VA, c. 1880. This bold decoy features a classic Cobb tail split, an original oak bill and black glass eyes within carved eye grooves. While Cobb curlew decoys are rare, this bird with its original paint and bill is a particularly noteworthy example. This early gunning decoy has impeccable provenance, coming directly to the consignor from renowned…

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