With many of us still in lock-down, I have been thinking about what to share that will help folk use their enforced time at home productively. Attached is a link to a lovely Shabby Chic Screen project. It is a reproduction of the charming 19th Century screen on the right. The link is to a free PDF file. You are very welcome to download, copy, share or print. Let me know what you think. If the response is positive, I'll post a fresh project regularly. Subscribe to my blog to get notifications when any great new free projects become available. There are several other free projects available for download on my website. Check them out and download for free. I'm sure you will like them.
CLICK HERE to access and download the shabby chic screen project instructions. As I said above, I am very happy to share, but it is always appreciated if you credit me for developing the project. Regards, Jill
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