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1  Transforming miniature bamboo basket! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by maisoncraft on: September 16, 2016 09:37:11 AM
My aunty is an artisan who  a talent to weave such a tiny bit of small basket. One day, I want to buy my new earring but I can't find any unique one. So I turn this idea into modify my aunty craft to my everyday accessories.
This is the miniature basket from my aunty

I dyed it with darkish blue color which take different period of time, you will get different shades of blue.
after that I assemble them with sterling silver hook cuz I am quite allergic with bronze, stainless steel, and other metal.

This is when it's done. Pretty fit my everyday style.
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2  Re: This Post Brought to you by the Letter "b" & Drying Gum in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by maisoncraft on: September 10, 2016 08:02:04 AM
Ahh. I also had this same idea but I apply to my packaging. It makes a lots better than purely kraft paper.
We must have a similar taste. I can paint with color water. I never try using calligraphy. I love too learn how to make it one day. It's classy beautiful though. I do love your card and your calligraphy. before
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3  Re: Mark this space... in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by maisoncraft on: September 10, 2016 07:57:31 AM
I love your colorful shade on your bookmark. Have you ever tried on purely indigo dyed?
I normally use on cotton fabric. It can create so many pattern which you may cut and sew them together with your paper. Here is the sample photo.
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4  Re: How would you cover a triangular shaped window? in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by maisoncraft on: August 17, 2016 03:10:33 AM
Hi there,

I found this solution for your window.
There are 2 options; the window blinds which you may need to split into 2 units.
another is having a triangle blinds that I saw on internet. Please check this out. it might be useful for you.

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