Friday, March 11, 2011

Mouldings: An Easy How To

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42 comments:

  1. Just started cutting molding myself and it does make a huge difference. I have to get a miter saw though because I was using the cheap yellow miter box and that is just awful! I made a wall mantel shelf that I done my first cuts on which is posted on my blog. Great tutorial.

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  2. This could be one of the best posts I've ever read! SO much information! I've already put it in a file so I can refer back to it--often! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. Brilliant!! I can't wait to try this.

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  4. Thank you for detailing all of this out. I'm getting ready to try my hand at some moulding and this was exactly the info I needed! I'm your newest follower!

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  5. Thank you for writing a detailed, yet simple explanation for this! So helpful.

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  6. This is a keeper. Saw, here I come! ;)

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  7. Thank you Thank you Thank you! I am always struggling with this.
    Stephanie
    My one month with a $0 craft budget(http://fullofgreatideas.blogspot.com)

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  8. In l0ve... did you paint your cabinets also? If so what is the color if you don't mind me asking... I really would like to redo my tiny kitchen

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  9. This is one of the best tutorials I've read on how to do moldings. Thanks so much! What you've done is beautiful!

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  10. So clean and simple (at least it sounds that way! :) ) Thank you soooooo much for this!! :)

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  11. I am totally impressed!!
    These power tools totally scare me...you are one brave girl!!

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  12. I would like to print the instruction out, but it does'nt let me do so.

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  13. Impressive project & such a great tutorial. Thanks!

    Warmly, Michelle

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  14. don't forget to party with me today. i would love it if you shared this! http://typeadecorating.blogspot.com/

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  15. LOVE THIS! Come on ova' and link up to my Linky Party! xoxokara


    *ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here! *


    You make it look so easy!!! Come share!

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  16. Fabulous tutorial, and your moldings are just wonderful. Hugs, Marty

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  17. Girl, you have just been bookmarked. This is great! Never do I feel more inadequate than when I'm trying to get the spatial relations of my mouldings straight in my head. I can only imagine what the look on my face must be, standing there in front of the miter saw. Befuddled no more!

    Thanks again! Awesome stuff!

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  18. Wow - awesome!! I'm about to check out your other tutorial. Visiting from TT&J and am your newest follower!

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  19. What a fabulous post! Thanks so much for all of the info. I have loved looking around the rest of your blog too! Following you now...

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  20. This is a great post with awesome information. I am featuring it at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.

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  21. Just found this from Somedaycrafts......perfect timing!! Got a compound miter saw for Christmas and hubby just last night finally got it ouf the box and got it bolted down to a work table. I'm too chicken to use it yet. But, am hosting a crafternoon for some crafty friends tomorrow and need to make some straight cuts on some 2x2s. But not until AFTER I read, read, and re-read your tutorials! Thank you!!!

    ~ Just Jen

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  22. This is great! I'm going to be installing baseboard pretty soon here and although I've become pretty good friends with out Miter saw from other doing other projects I still have never done any actual miter cuts! So this is a great post to refer to. Also I'm going to throw some molding on our 60's cabinetry to hold us over till we do our remodel. Thanks for sharing! =)

    -Andrea

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  23. Awesome tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Gail

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  24. Hi Emily! This was such a great and easy tutorial and your mouldings look just so gorgeous! I totally agree that it is the perfect way to give something a custom look without spending the big bucks. Thank you so much for linking this up to Inspiration Friday!
    Vanessa

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  25. I bookmarked this page for referencing again and I'm a new follower. This is such an informative post. THank you!

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  26. Great tutorial! I have saved this to try in my bathroom!
    Lacy

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  27. Hi Emily! I love this post on how to do moulding..I'll be saving this for future projects! Stop over, I'll be highlighting your project this weekend and I hope you'll join the party again...have a great weekend!

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  28. Thank you SO much!! This is a great, detailed, toutorial. Your pictures and clear explanations have eased my mind! I'm so excited to start cutting!

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  29. I love this tutorial--Double Check http://thediyclub.com/2011/04/double-check-your-entries/ the requirements for your DIY Club entry. Top 10 list goes up tomorrow.

    Cheri

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  30. Molding makes such a difference! Like jewelry for a room! Takes some getting used to cutting...good job!

    Thanks,

    Debra
    DesignHouse Inc.
    www.Design-House.com
    http://design-house-plans.blogspot.com/

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  31. I was about to completely give up on crown moulding until I gave your tutorial a try. If I knew you in person, I'd buy you dinner. So, if you're ever in Beeville, TX, e-mail me, ok? Thanks for a lovely, easy to understand, fail proof tutorial!

    -Monica

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  32. Love this! I just finished a mantel like Sarah's (see first comment) and I was about to throw the project away! Your tutorial is the best one out there! newest follower.. would love a visit and follow back, laura

    http://imnotatrophywife.com

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  33. This is the best post I've ever read about adding crown to a cabinet!

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