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Topic: Few things I "reconned" around my apt.  (Read 3182 times)
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neijie
« on: September 26, 2007 06:43:01 PM »

The first is a "leather" wooden box with contrast "stitching", it was a little wooden box that some tea bags came in, I thought it was too cute to not be used, and I wanted it to match my other things.



This is a nice little soda bottle that we found at Cost Plus; I'm not usually one for soda, but I got it cause it was cute and because  I knew exactly what the ingredients were.  Wink I used a few drops of red food coloring and water for the "soda" I then sealed the top with some glue, I also used some outdoor Modge Podge on the label for safekeeping.



This is just a sad little rug and bamboo rod that I had, I didn't know what else too do with it...



Sorry for the super crappy pics, all I have is a cruddy camera phone!
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FWDP
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2010 06:56:24 AM »

I really like the box! Are the "stitches" just painted on?
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