Tuesday, May 31, 2011

My body is in Virginia, but my heart is in a cozy English cottage and a Slipcover DVD Giveaway!

Hello friends, I hope you all had a great weekend with family and friends.  I made sure to set aside a moment to honor all those brave souls who fought and lost there lives in defense of my country and freedoms.
So here we are into the month of June already. 
I have found myself knee deep in slipcovers lately. While pre-washing a load of painters drop cloths, I entertained myself with a movie on my MacBook. 
via google images
You know this cottage...one of our favorite movies right?
I was crushed to find out that this gorgeous little English cottage was a ...dare I say it...FAKE!
via google images
But who could resist the darling interior sets.
That drum end table...be still my pounding heart.
Those cozy and plump club chairs.
I set out to get inspired to create a chair that Kate Winslet would have been honored to place in her(fake) cottage.
vis Southern Living
I liked the mix of patterns here. The seat being different from the body adds a dash of playfulness .


I found this chair at Cottage Haven Interiors. Isn't it beautiful?
It should be at $1,699.00!!!!!!!
Uh.. no thanks Mr. Cottage Haven..I still have school loans to pay and I like to eat.
Here is my Salvation Macy's chair. I think I paid around $41.00 for it. It is a well made upholstered piece from North Carolina. We all know those North Carolinians know their furniture...this is good American made stuff. Yes folks, we do still make things in the USA. It doesn't all come from China. 
I know some of you have a concern about bringing home furniture from thrift stores. Do your homework...check you items out thoroughly and ask the manager if items are treated.
In Virginia, we have a law called 'The Bedding & Upholstered Furniture Law'  that business must work under.
My Salvation Macy's has a special room where they treat all pieces and then label them as such.
I feel pretty confident bringing home the furniture I purchase.
http://bringrestoration.blogspot.com/ 
More internet browsing and I found this and BAM! 
This is the look I wanted.
So here I go.....
Here is the seat cushion all crisp..neat and all together gorgeous.
Once again velcro was my go to product for my closure needs. Much easier than zippers, which I vow to attempt....someday.
My seat cushion fits perfectly!!
I have already sewn the back and sides at this point. I can't believe that I had forgotten to take a photo of the exposed back of the chair after I removed the pillow. The support coils were exposed and there was that cotton fill stuff over that. I stapled on a couple of layers of thick batting to give the back more stability and softness. Pretty easy...no rocket science stuff here.
My chair had an attached plowback, which I detest. So out came my seam ripper and threads began to pop.
This left me with a gaping hole in my cushion back...
This is what I did to solve that problem. I made a drop cloth cover that holds it all together very nicely.
Yes...once again Ladies
Make friends with the piping sandwich.
Nothing to fear here
Many of you have commented and e-mailed me asking what kind of cording I use.
This is what I buy...usually in bulk for about .39 cents a yard at my Joann's.
My felted wool scrap bird pincushion is my trusty companion at all times.
Yikes...that machine needle looks painful....sorry about that little birdie!
Once again...my inspiration chair.
Drum roll please
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My cottage knockoff
'The Miss Winslet'
I think it would fit right into Kate's (fake) English cottage, don't you?
I just love how the beautiful decorator fabric dresses up the painters drop cloth.
This is a piece of remnant designer fabric from Braemore Textiles. I paid $7.00 for a 2 1/2 yard piece.
I placed the contrasting piping only at the bottom hemline to keep the chair from looking too 'busy'.
Placing it there will also make it much easier to change up the pillow back in the future. I won't have to worry about the new fabric matching all the piping.
I'm getting pretty good at this piping stuff. I did intend for the arm tucks to fall in the other direction, but I forgot to keep in mind that you are pinning in reverse. Oh well..it will have to do.
I ruffled the corners and placed a line of mini pleats at the center. I think it is the little details like this that help give these restyled chairs added personality.


So what do you think..did I achieve a cottage look?
I think the jury will be out until I hear from my friend Gretel, who actually lives in a cottage in the Cotswolds  
;->
Ok...so here is the promised Giveaway part of my post.
 My good friend and slipcover mentor Shelley, of Custom Slipcovers by Shelley, is donating a copy of her fabulous DVD slipcover instructional video ($48.00 value) to one of my lucky followers! I own this DVD and it was instrumental in helping me create the slipcovers you have seen on my blog.
Shelley is a self taught slipper (not to be confused with stripper) and has turned it into a thriving business over the last 10 years.
Just look at a few of her beautiful slipcovers she has created for her clients.
Isn't she cute!
I love the DVD because I can play as many times as needed. I can stop it..sew ..play it..sew..you get the idea. It's like having your own private slipcover expert in your home with you. Goodness...I'm starting to sound like one of the Rosetta Stone language commercials.
So ladies, if you have admired my slipcovers and would love to learn from a pro, then leave a comment saying so. I would also highly recommend that you head-on over to visit Miss Shelley, browse through her older posts and lust over her fabulous slipcovers.
 Be sure to tell her Janet from The Empty Nest sent you. 
My DVD Giveaway will be open until Tuesday, June 7th, at which time I will pick a lucky follower.
As always, I like to make my giveaways easy to enter, so please simply leave a comment letting me know you are interested and I would really love for you to visit Shelley to let her know you are hoping to win her DVD. This is a very generous offer from her and I really appreciate her doing this for my readers. 
Because we all know that you guys ROCK!
YES...before you International beauties ask...you are included!!
Here is a little sneak peek at my next slipping victim.
Another Salvation Macy's treasure.
Be sure to come back for her fashion debut.
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As always, I will leave you with a little snippet of my world..enjoy
click for close up
Our many Eastern Bluebird babies will be leaving their box any day now.
UPDATE:
Mr. Secret Agent just called me outside to watch the babies fledge!
Heading outside with my camera...be right back. 
Wait for me!
Ok...let's see if these wings work
clinging to my River Birch
"you looking at me?"
love the tufts of 'hair' behind his eyes
"hey you...take a picture, it will last longer"..."oh..that's right , you are"
Ready for a take off....
We had to scoot them back into our yard several times to protect them from the nasty crows who were looking for a quick meal.
Wasn't that a treat?
We have more getting ready to fledge in our front boxes also.
click for close up
We had some really awesome clouds on Saturday...even with Mother Nature's intense colors removed, it is still breathtaking.
Until next time...be kind and stay creative.
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PS...Here is my DVD endorsement disclaimer...My love for this video is pure ;->
No goods were received in exchange for this giveaway.
I had already bought mine...darn!

Good Luck!!
UPDATE ON GIVEAWAY:
NOW CLOSED with winner to be announced June 8th

Places I will sharing this week

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Furniture Feature Fridays
All Things Heart and Home
;Transformation Thursday

82 comments:

Gretel said...

WHY on earth did they fake a cottage when there are so many real ones they could have hired? They did a pretty good job, though, as did you (of course!)I just love the final landscape shot, which looks so much like our English countryside it is uncanny...

Chris said...

Can you and that lovely dvd teach me how to make gorgeous slipcovers? I really loved Kate's movie and am crushed that the cottage isn't real!

Leslie said...

My heart secretly yearns for an english cottage too. A *real* one. A cottage in Provence would work nicely too. You are blowing me away with all your refurbished furniture treasures - wow! I have to admit I've been mulling over purchasing Shelley's DVD for about a year now. Especially after seeing what you've done after receiving yours. Unfortnately, I never seem to have the extra cash to push in that direction. I would LOVE to win this DVD. What a difference a smart slipcover makes! p.s. that baby bluebird is just precious, I love how Mom watched over the little one as it tested it's wings. Just adorable, thanks for sharing. <3

Shara said...

I really, really need to stop reading your blog...twice my hubby has caught me measuring the furniture and I've never sewn a slipcover in my life or reupholstered anything....lol

Love your chair!

Anonymous said...

I couldn't wait for the giveaway! I have a sofa and two wingback chairs I've been wanting to sew slipcovers for quite some time but have been scared to start. I decided to buy the DVD ... can't wait for it to come in. Anything I should know about using dropcloths versus cotton ducking?
Maria M.
magdalenag62@gmail.com

Lisa said...

I would love to make exceptional slip covers like yours! and if the video shows you how? I am all for it! Your slipcover is beautiful! Off to see Shelley!

Atelier Conti said...

Too gorgeous for words, Janet! I like it much better than your inspiration even! This was a blog post and a half. All the beautiful photos too, birdies clouds and crafts. What could be a better way to end my day?

Itchin' Stitchin' said...

I would love to learn how to do what you two awesome ladies do!!! I often come across chairs at the auctions that would look wonderful with a little makeover.

Leslie~The West, a Nest and You said...

Hello Janet! I have just found your blog through Custom Slipcovers by Shelley. I love her blog! I look forward to coming back a bit later and checking out your past posts...your blog looks quite interesting. I also became a new follower, and hope also that I can be considered for your slipcover giveaway. I have been trying to save for one, but it has been slow going. Thank you for sharing the baby bluebird photos. We don't have them here in Oregon, and the Eastern Bluebirds are so lovely. Hope you have a wonderful week. --Leslie

Amy W. said...

Hi Janet!
I would love to be entered into your SlipCover DVD drawing...however, I don't want to "seam" to bodacious in entering your give-a-ways as I've already entered into your lovely tote bag giveaway too. Hmmmm! I'm hoping this is ok! If not...keep me in your lovely tote bag give-a-way and I'll fore-go this one.
You're work posted today is just FABULOUS!! What you did in reviving your chair was just to awesomely inspirational!! Love it!!
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On a total different other subject...
made your White Almond Vanilla Cake this weekend for a Cook-Out I was attending!
I followed every instruction you wrote down to a tee!!
For my very first try...this cake turned out
"Perfect"! At the cookout...the Hamburgs etc. were at a rushed through pace...soon after the hostess suggested we take part in the cutting of the cake I had brought!! Oh my the rave reviews I received!! Before leaving the gathering, I left our sweet hostess with the last 2 small slices of cake on her fridge shelf...in which she told me the very next morning.... arising, with her chops all licked up for another slice ....upon going to her fridge and peering in...the cake was completly gone!!! Someone in her house had gotten to it before she!!
Her's was of the bitterly disappointed!!
So, looks like I'll be in the business of whipping another one up for this gal...just to complete her rare form of indulgence!!
I say all of this...to Thank-you ever so much in sharing it on your blog!!
The whole cake was truly a "Royal Experience"!!!
Take care!
Always,
Amy

Annie said...

I have recently found your blog and have been toying with making slipcovers. I would love to win Shelly' DVD! add me to the list.

Your chair is spectacular!

onepieceofstring said...

Hey, I met your blog through Custom Slipcovers by Shelley. Its great! Nice job on the thrift chair. I have a "modern" chair waiting in the wings to be slipcovered... would love to have the dvd to help along the way. (love the little bird...)

prairiewhisper said...

Great Slipcover! I have never tried piping yet, but I did buy a foot. So when I gain the courage one day I'll be ready. Thanks for the contest.

Heidi
ahmotz at xplornet dot ca

LoriT said...

I am a frequent visitor to Shelley's blog and am excited to have found yours, too. I adore the slipcovers you and Shelley make with the feminine ruffles, pleats and gathers and would love to learn how to make some for my own aging furniture.

Lori

Claire said...

Hey Janet another wonderful makeover and I just loooove the designer fabric you used. As usual the detail you add gives it such a professional look......... the little row of pleats at the base, just gorgeous.

Love the Bluebird baby pics, how special to witness them fledging........

Whilst I would love to enter your giveaway, I will refrain as I know I wouldn't use it........... unfortunately no room for a large armchair in my snug. Maybe if we sold off a few guitars and a handful of didgeridoos..........

I will enjoy admiring your and keep wondering where you put them all.

No clouds here today blue sky as far as the eye can see, but I love your pic .

Wlecome to Winter,

Claire :}

Kathleen Grace said...

OOoh, I love the chair! I'm trying to work up the gumption to redoone of my own chairs soon, every time you post one of these it makes me more determined to get to it!
I love that grumpy little bluebird face:>)

The Fam said...

I'm so impressed. It seems like SO much work and way too much commitment to cover something like that, but I'm totally inspired!

shannoncarman at yahoo dot om

Aprons and More said...

Wow!!! Great job! I love the pipping accent! Thanks for the opportunity to win a DVD. I have pieces around here I would love to slipcover! Just need a little instruction!
And thanks to the Secret Agent and the pics of the fledge! Mom and I have been watching the Decorah Eagle Cam in Iowa since March. There are 3 eaglets who are now getting ready to fledge very soon. It is live 24/7. We can't get enough!

Thanks for this post and for sharing with us!

Katy :)

Kelly Ann said...

and now I know why I've not seen you in forever...those dang slipcovers....
xoxo
KA

Pam - diy Design Fanatic said...

So beautiful!

Sherri said...

Just came over from Shelley's blog; beautiful chair - love the skirt! I am practicing making as many slipcovers as I can to prepare to start my own business. I would love to have all the tips that Shelley can share; her work is exceptional. Thanks for the giveaway and I will have to follow your site now!

tammylovesdishes said...

If this weren't blogland where it is acceptable, I think it might just be a crime to have the numerous talents that you have. Baking, sewing, creating, picture taking and slip-covering to name a few. Girl, you are good!

Your chair turned out great! I didn't know about the VA law and I live in VA. Good to know!

I always love your bluebird photos and to see the babies is just wonderful. When we still had bluebirds nesting (before the interlopers came), I would always fret about the safety of the birds. We would take care before letting our Scotties out to make sure there were no babies around.

Shelley's video sounds great! I would love to have a peek at that. I'm heading over to her site to check out her lovelies.
Tammy

Hines-Sight said...

I say this all the time, but you are so talented.
Leigh

Erin said...

At first I was going to ask if you could come to my house and make me some slipcovers...but after that last photo, I think I'd rather come to your place! :) Tee hee... Thank you for the chance to win the DVD, Janet. You do amazing work and certainly did Miss Winslet justice!

Take care,
Erin

Ann and Billy said...

I actually found your blog over at Shelley's blog. I stalk all the slipcover blogs. LOL< I've made one slip for a chair and have started the matching sofa. I would love to have the DVD to learn some slipcover tricks of the trade.

Jan said...

You are amazing! LOVE your chair- thanks for the inspiration-

Carol D. said...

I have been sewing for a long time and have wanted to try making slipcovers and/or do upholstery, but just never had the nerve. Yours has such a professional look that I'm thinking it might be possible. Please enter me in the giveaway.
http://dillmansdallies.blogspot.com/

Brandi said...

I have sincerely been wanting so much to slipcover my couch...less than a year after owning it, I placed a light box on the arm of the chair and melted it...thankfully didn't start a fire! That was almost 10 years ago. Shelley is so talented I would love her DVD to help me revive my couch!

Meadowsweet Cottage said...

Your new chair is delightful and definitely cottage-ready! The way you ruffled the corners and center adds the perfect unique touch to it.

Jennifer Juniper said...

That patterned piping is genius! I love that cottage look and I might even have some time to look at that DVD if I win once school and baseball is over!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful slipcover. Shelley's DVD would be helpful. I made a slipcover and made several mistakes along the way.
~ Monique G

L.C. said...

This is my first time here, and I love your blog. What a beautiful chair! I have desires to slipcover but I've never really known how. So the DVD would start me off correctly. Thanks so much for the beautiful pictures!

Lynne

Anonymous said...

Love your blog and I would Love to get picked for the slipcover dvd! Thank you- Gerry burklow@bresnen.net

Martha said...

My best friend and I always talk about living in a beautiful cottage in our old age. I have two dogs and they have loved my love seat way too much. I really need to cover it but have been too afraid to start the task. A step by step dvd would be great.

Anonymous said...

Great job on the chair! I love the contrasting piping and the pleating in the middle of the chair. I would love to win the slipcover DVD. I have a loveseat that I need to slipcover so it would really come in handy. Very generous of Shelley!
slbolderson@hotmail.com

Tweed Delights said...

Haven't seen the movie Janet, but I just loooooove your slipcover - just 'darling'!! Love seeing your 'birdie' pics as always - I won't enter the DVD Giveaway as I think I've got quite enough on the go right now - it looks great tho!! :)
Alison x

Rhonda @ The Yellow Brick Road said...

I don't just simply want the DVD...I desperately NEED that DVD! If you could see how many chairs I have to slipcover you would be sick.....and to top it off, I have never sewn! I just bought a sewing machine and I am going to do this! I can, right? Please enter me several times....LOL

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Wow I am absolutely in awe girlfriend of your talent for covering furniture. This chair is beautiful and I love how you did the back in a different pattern. This looks so hard but yet you made it look easy. haha
Love your birds....these pictures are awesome.
Great giveaway someone is going to be a very happy winner.
Thanks honey for the sweet comment. I do appreciate you
Love
Maggie

Wanda..... said...

Love your cottage knockoff, Janet and the cute little fledging Bluebirds and the beautiful landscape view and your talented self!

Stacey said...

Janet
I love what you've done!!! I have only done small stools somfar but bought two chairs at a second hand store this weekend that have great bones and am looking forward to reinventing them!!! I would LOVE to win the DVD!!!

Kara said...

I'm lucky enough to have a Shelly original...and when I tried to do my own, well, let's just say it's not NEARLY as lovely as hers!

The Whimsical Wife said...

Oh please oh please can I be entered into the slipcover DVD competition.... let's just say i am currently in tears over a slip cover disaster that i am in the middle of and i think you will be my saviour if i win it! Help me please! :-)

(GBS) NewsFromTheHill said...

Oh yes, please enter me in the giveaway. I am in fear of piping and reverse pinning, but I've got an awesome old chair that is begging to be "slipped".

molly susan strong said...

Oh my how lovely and the birdies!!! hello to my fellow NVA! Thanks so much for coming by! yes, a meet up is a must!!!!!!!

Yollie, the human of Fairy Castle Farm said...

Janet, your work is mind boggling! I love the finished piece - it is perfect. The piping to match the back rest and the pleats at the base of the chair at the front, lovely!! Your pin-cushion "bird" must have a name! How about "Lucky"??

Take care and can't wait till the next one. Also please don't include me in the give away - I don't see myself taking on the challenge! Especially with a 7yo and a yard full of pets to take care of!! I love every minute - truly :o)

babiesdoc said...

I have a sofa that i really want to slip cover.
now that I have seen your post.
I even have the fabric, I bought it about 3 years ago
THis contest might be my inspiration to start
thanks

BeccaLynn said...

I was so excited to find your blog. My next big project is to make a slipcover for my couch out of drop clothes too!

I would love to win the DVD. Thanks for offering such a great giveaway!

Cheryl said...

First off your slipcover is beautiful. Love the contrasting piping and the back cushion. I have an english chair that has an attached cushion and would love to recover it, but I am too chicken.
I would love to win Shelley's DVD. i am off to stop by her blog.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

You are good and I do wish you lived close by so you could make me two. I am not a sewer. No patience.

Lady Butterbug said...

Oh my...I would love to win this DVD on slip covering. I'm retiring from teaching Home Economics for 29 years and will finally have some time to make a slip cover for my couch...oh pick me please:)

Kathy said...

Hello, So glad I stopped by! Love that movie and your chair turned out fantastic - love your details - I have a couple of chairs that need slipcovering - I am inspired!
Would love to win the DVD!
Kathy

Liz Smith said...

You have very beautiful choice of these products. Such that one can make very beautiful dream house by getting all of these furniture. And also the cottage is very beautiful. The entire seat cushions all crisp, neat and all together gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

Love your Kate W. chair and would really like to learn how to do this. I will be furnishing a new home soon, on a 'thrifting' budget, so need all the help I can get!
MaryCinVA (merrymntnmom@yahoo.com)

Collette Douglas said...

I WANT THE DVD! I just adore your slipcover! I am so inspired! We just got a ginormous sectional in dirty brown that is crying out for slips...it is a nubby texture, too, that just irks me. I have never sewn a slip before--I would love to get started with that BEAST of a sectional! PLEASE--I need a DVD assistant! (lacanciondelsol@yahoo {dot} com)

Kim said...

Please please please include me in your drawing! Your slip covers are absolutely stunning and Shelley is a real slip cover goddess! We are expecting a new baby and I am hoping to slip cover a chair for the nursery. I'm keeping my fingers crossed I get this DVD!

Rayia said...

I am in the process of learning to slipcover and this would be oh, so helpful! What an amazing giveaway!!!

ReFresh ReStyle said...

My fingers are crossed, I need to win this!! Love your blog!
Thanks,
Debbie

Becky said...

This would be so awesome to win! I found out about the giveaway from Shelley's blog. I just found out I am going to inherit a couch. It has a beautiful wood design on it, but the fabric could use a more modern touch. So this DVD would be perfect!

cschnuelle said...

Hi,
I am a long time seamstress, but have never made slipcovers. I am anxious to try and think this DVD would be just the thing to get me started. Thanks for the opportunity!

Sue Rogers7 said...

Your slipcovers are beautiful! My couch and chairs need this DVD. You make it look so easy. Thanks for the opportunity to make something from not much.

Debby said...

I just found your blog through Ms. Mustard Seed, and I love it. I would love to have the DVD on slipcoverintg. I have searched high and low for classed but to no avail. You do such a great job. I will hop on over to Shelley's blog and check it out. I would love to be the proud owner of this DVD. Thanks so much.

Cassi said...

I would love to be included in the DVD giveaway. I'm a big fan and reader of Shelley's blog also and so glad she led me here.

Anonymous said...

Hi Janet! All of your slipcovers have been gorgeous. You have really picked up on the art. I would love to win the DVD. I have a couch and 2 chairs that are waiting to be slipcovered. I have already bought the fabric, needles, thread, piping cord, but have not had the courage to try yet. This DVD is just the thing I need for a confidence booster. I had already found Shelly's blog through your blog and follow both of you faithfully. Your home and land are beautiful. Jody in Illinois. dhuck421@aol.com

Annette said...

Oh how pretty this chair is Janet! I would absolutely love to have the DVD and try this myself! The photos are just gorgeous too!!

w said...

oh geez. seriously!?!?! you must must must come here and reupholster my chairs. unless i win the dvd. in which case, yeah. you'll still have to do it for me.

yay! please enter me in the dvd giveaway! thank you!

TJM wanna be quilt artist said...

You always amaze me! So many wonderful creations...I would love to win!

marciagd said...

I aspire to be a "slipper" like you. I really like your use of two fabrics, and the little pillow really tops it off beautifully. Please enter me in the DVD giveaway.

Stephanie Tarver said...

I love all the slip covers janet.We all should never buy new furniture again just slip cover. I really want to learn this art. The DVD would be new to have!!
xoxo
Stephanie

Robin said...

I've been wanting to do a slipcover for a few years now....just too chicken to try! I'm sure the DVD would help tremendously!! Love what you did on the skirt and the contrast piping!
Ps I'm a Virginia girl too!

Magali @ The Little White House said...

Dreamy! It looks like a Jane Austen character is about to enter and sit there any second!

Families Are Like Fudge said...

I have a chair at my mother's home I would love to recover for her so I hope I win the DVD. What a beautiful job you did on your thrift chair.
jchlangley@gmail.com

Wendy said...

Hi! I stopped by after seeing your link to Miss Mustard Seed's Furniture Friday. I really enjoyed your post and would love to have a chance at the DVD by Shelley. I have 2 wingbacks I'm anxious to attempt to slipcover with drop cloths. :) Thanks for the pretty bird pictures too! This is my first visit and I'm not sure how to official enter and leave contact information?

Nanbran said...

I would LOVE to win Shelley's DVD. After seeing the wonderful work she does and what you have accomplished...maybe I can, too... with some help from the DVD.

Millicent said...

Hi, I just love your slipcovers and think it would be awesome to get that DVD you're giving away on doing them. I have several projects I'd like to slipcover, but I haven't gotten my nerve up yet. I do hope I win this!

JoLynn said...

You did a beautiful job on your chair...I am loving it!! Just picked up a wingback chair and a loveseat {from the curb!} and have been really wanting to slipcover them, but I am no pro when it comes to sewing. I have been working up the nerve to just start. Would be so thrilled to win the DVD! Thanks for the giveaway!!

JoLynn
jojop99@yahoo.com
www.justsomethingblue.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Hoping to win this for my wife, she'd love this for her birthday coming up June 13!
Michael Hogan
hoganhhogan@yahoo.com

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