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Thank you dear ladies and good friends.... If this wasn't so bright, it would probably pass for a pressed tin ceiling tile...
A tidbit on Tin ceilings.... The things you learn on Jigidi.... Thanks for pointing me to this interesting info..... :) :)
Tin ceilings were introduced to North America as an affordable alternative to the exquisite plasterwork used in European homes. It was during the Victorian era (1839?1901) that thin rolled tin-plate was being mass-produced. Between 1890 and 1930, approximately forty-five companies in the United States marketed metal ceilings... (Wikipedia)
I do believe this experiment turned out very well. It's terrific and fun.
Ceiling roses, Pat? Or pressed metal ceilings?
I remember them too, Pat.
It was fun. Thanks Sally. (1:19)
Reminds me of the metal ceiling squares you used to see in houses - can't remember the name of them.
Thank you Shirley, we get lucky with some experiments and others wind up in the recycle bin.... Glad you were delighted with this one, mate.... :) :)
No worries mate, this one has self healing pixels.... They have Bunyip bodyguards and are invincible.... Which, of course, makes me happy as Larry.... :) :)
A very delightful experiment, turned out wonderfully well, Thank you Sally.
I like your experiments with color and colour and bevels!!! Thanks Sally! :)))
And sowwy. I ripped it a little when I was putting it back together - they're near the edges in the changes of colours. I promise I'll be more careful next time. LOL