Decoupaged Rock

By Jaidyn Jaxxon via Tonia Todman.The projects that weren’t requested would be an interesting volume.

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30 Responses to Decoupaged Rock

  1. WarriorTom says:

    Phwoar! Have I an idea for Tonia!!!

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  2. Russell Wolfe's Lovechild says:

    Decoupaged cock?

    A timely post as we move into the Christmas giving season. Get glueing people!

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  3. Rolly says:

    I blame early childhood experiences – ‘busywork’ in primary school.

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  4. Snuff says:

    No googly eyes? For shame. Of course in these moderne times we request instructional videos. Like this, for example, and this. And this. I suspect DFOC had a hand in this one.

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  5. Pete says:

    In a similar vein to yarn bombing, I may spend the holiday period decoupage rock bombing – making ridiculous rocks & installing them around the place. Probably freo so some stiltwalkers get the blame.

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  6. Just acquired volumes 2 and 4 of this fascinating series.
    Includes Lingerie & Lace, Boxer Shorts, Stiffened Bows and Nappy House.
    Any container for nappy storage usually becomes redundant as the child grows. The exception is the nappy house which gives your child hours of fun long after they’ve ceased to need nappies.

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  7. RubyRuby says:

    OT – Snuff-san, I have a food-linguistics question.

    I notice that there is a new food place at the ever-vibrant Carillon Arcade. It is a Japanese food place, called “Kaka House”.

    While this seems to describe most of the food offerings available throughout the centre, is there another meaning in Japanese that would explain why this was a more appealing moniker than, well, ANYTHING else?

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    • Connected with Po Po’s in Midland?

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    • Snuff says:

      I’m stumped, RR, as are the four native speakers around me. There’s no such word in Japanese. Ka can mean increase, counter (for chapters of a book), tentative, section, mosquito, passable, or question mark, none of which seem likely. However, Ka can also mean good or excellent, and value or worth, so my best guess is that the proprietors have invented a name based on one or both of those meanings.

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  8. Bento says:

    Can you please post page 6? You seem to have cut off the bit where Tonia explains what one does with one of these occasional pieces.

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  9. The Legend 101 says:

    may i ask what is a lob?

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