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Old 02-11-2015, 09:51 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Underdog View Post
Lol... Yeah but I didn't get a pic to the side for some reason. You can kinda tell in this self portrait.

Very crooked floor, yes. it was a second floor in a house in a historic district in SA.
Thanks for the picture, the paper looks great.

It's just too bad some old guy photobombed the shot
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Just wanted to say that turned out awesome. Mad respect, I couldn't even begin to be a paper hanger.
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How you hung that paper seems the only logical solution, looks very good.
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