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MVLipwig Mon 16-Oct-17 20:51:17

Bargain for £20

LadyBitterSparkles Mon 16-Oct-17 21:00:23

Blimey!

Josiah Mon 16-Oct-17 21:02:49

That Unicorn looks like it's been painted with blancmange!

How about some skilful decoupage?

Bookaboo Mon 16-Oct-17 22:31:08

Horrendous.

I saw an advert for a cake maker the other day. It featured a picture of a nice cake they'd recently made, placed right next to a hamster cage 🤢 How about a nice bit of poo flecked sawdust with your fondant icing?

Saladd0dger Mon 16-Oct-17 22:36:36

Holy shit. That has to be the worst bit of Facebook tat I have seen 😂

LittleLights Mon 16-Oct-17 22:37:57

What are the sticky out bits on the unicorn painting? confused

LittleLights Mon 16-Oct-17 22:38:23

Are they lights? Or just sticky out bits?

RubbishMantra Mon 16-Oct-17 22:51:08

Do you think that tat lovers would buy one of these?

caroldeckershair Mon 16-Oct-17 22:54:18

@RubbishMantra wins the thread!!

MVLipwig Mon 16-Oct-17 22:56:55

I think they're Lights? It just astounds me she's done it freehand when a stencil would have made it marginally less shite

RubbishMantra Mon 16-Oct-17 22:57:43

Why thank you carol! Made it myself! <proud> For DSis' birthday.

RubbishMantra there are no words!!!!!!!!!

RubbishMantra Mon 16-Oct-17 23:01:56

Here's another one! They said get a hobby...

RiceButt Mon 16-Oct-17 23:04:10

Ugh. I checked out the Facebook page. They have the ability to cut vinyl lettering, so why free hand it and not use a vinyl stencil.

MilibandStoleMySonsName Mon 16-Oct-17 23:10:42

I think this was £20, bootiful

QueuetoaskaQ Mon 16-Oct-17 23:15:34

Oh my word. Looks like a really bad attempt at pin the tail on the donkey. Minus the tail and donkey.

Horrific.

I'd like to know how people have came so far in life without ever once being told they're not gifted in the art department.

I knew from the age of five that I'd never be able to create anything more substantial than a dodgy stickman.

pinyata Mon 16-Oct-17 23:23:34

I am ashamed to say that a family member runs a page that sells this kind of tat the first picture was what she was advertising on her page and the second was what she sent to a customer blush

TheFlandersPigeonMurderer Mon 16-Oct-17 23:24:37

Not craft based, but this seller didn’t seem to have any interest in this beautiful item she was offering grin

CockacidalManiac Mon 16-Oct-17 23:28:46

I’m ringing 101 to log all this tat with the police.

NapQueen Mon 16-Oct-17 23:37:29

Local to me. Fucking hideous.

Hogtini Mon 16-Oct-17 23:38:27

Prices from £8 - £40...

Hogtini Mon 16-Oct-17 23:39:15

Only £20..wtf?! I think it's in a saucepan?

Hogtini Mon 16-Oct-17 23:40:23

Last one, only £6 for Winnie's open casket

CurlyhairedAssassin Mon 16-Oct-17 23:51:01

Crying at “Winnie’s open casket”!

CoffeeAndEnnui Mon 16-Oct-17 23:58:00

Gah! The apostrophes on that bAby boxconfused

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