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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Lamp shade lining replacement; heat resistant on: December 12, 2007 10:39:41 AM
I tried to post something about this already but I don't think I did it correctly.  What material is translucent, safe, and heat resistant to use to create a replacement lining for a fabric lamp shade (small, candle lamp type)?  Thanks!~
2  Pennsylvania / Pennsylvania: Southeast / papier mache frames in small sizes on: December 12, 2007 10:30:37 AM
Last year, A.C. Moore had lots of small papier mache frames, some with a hanging string, just perfect for Christmas decorations. This year it is as if they never existed. The only place I have found reference to them is on a UK website for Debby Cripps, but the shipping seems cost-prohibitive.  Any ideas for Southeastern PA?
3  Wisconsin / Wisconsin: Southeast / Re: Papier mache frames. on: December 12, 2007 10:24:38 AM
"Does anyone know where I can get hold of small papier mache frames.
They are about 2inches square with a string attached. They are brown and about $1 a piece.I used to get them from the major craft stores but I'm having no luck in Madison ,they never seem to have any.
Any help would be most welcome.
Cheers."

I have the same question from Philadelphia in 2007.  A.C. Moore last year had a mass of them and this year they don't even know what I am talking about.  I found a source in the UK; Debby Cripps, but that does not seem very convenient or cost-effective.  I assume they are made in China by slave labor but I could be wrong of course, and all the ones I bought last year now have paint and decoration on them, or else they are in the homes of the lucky relatives to whom I gave them as christmas tree decorations.  MOre recent ideas or experience?  Thanks!
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