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i have everything to make this... what am i waiting for??? oh, time =) some day when my kids are all grown up i'll have a fabulous dream house for kids. i guess that's why there are grandkids?

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Rows of ball fringe give this cornice a look so soft you just want to run your fingers over it. Start with a purchased wooden cornice or build one from 1x4 lumber and plywood. Cover the cornice with muslin, stapling it in place. Starting at the bottom, wrap the end of a piece of fringe around the side of the cornice, across the bottom edge, and to the back at the other side, using a hot-glue gun to attach it. Place a second row of ball fringe just above the first row so the edges are butted…