24 Feb
Categories: Cartoons

Anyone need some new bathroom tiles?


14 Responses to “Delft Blue Stu”

  1. VallyP says:

    Brilliant! What I want is some stick-on tiles for the bottom of my bathroom mirror…any ideas?

  2. Rasa says:

    Yes….but they are blue !!!!! Maybe you can make red????!!!! :D

  3. dragon lady says:

    How much, are the tiles Stu

  4. Invader_Stu says:

    VallyP – There might be a way to turn them into stick-on tile covers. The kind you get in the Xenos.

    Rasa – I can but I don’t think there is really such as thing as Delft Red :p These tiles are not actually real but if people really want them maybe I have to make them.

    Dragon Lady – Oops. They are not actually real. But going by the reaction maybe I have to think about making them :p

  5. Deefian says:

    Just noticed that you used your latest blog post on Speculoos on the back of the Dutch for Dummies book, nice touch. :P

  6. Invader Stu says:

    Perovskia & Nathalie – Thanks you.

    Deefian – Wow! You have good eye sight. How on earth did you manage to make that out. I thought no one would. Even I can’t… and I know it is there.

  7. Deefian says:

    I secretly work at CSI Holland, and just kept screaming ‘ENHANCE!!!1!’ at the screen, and that seemed to work pretty well!

    (Nah, I read your blog on my smartphone and used 1000000% zoom. Plus the fact that my handwriting is so bad, I have acquired the superpower of recognising everything that looks even remotely like a letter.)

  8. dragon lady says:

    I have a surprise for you when you come over.

  9. Invader Stu says:

    Deefina – I just tried that and I still can’t read it. How bad did you say your writing is? :p

    Dragon Lady – You’ve already found a way to make them and have redecorated the whole kitchen?

  10. dragon lady says:

    Not quite

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