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DIY lace, ribbon storage cards

The first thing you do is find a cardboard. Next, you select the paper that you are going to use. Wrapping paper, decoupage paper, or scrap book paper would all work. I used an old newspaper. Then you brush the decoupage glue on the cardboard. Immediately put the paper on it. Be sure to smooth out any creases. Apply another coat of decoupage glue, and let it dry well. Cut your template around with craft knife. See more photos here: lakbear.blog.hu/2016/01/19/rend_a_lelke_mindennek_931…

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An elderberry adventure to dye for Diy Recycle, Recycling, Elderberry Shrub, Purple Fruit, Persian Rug, Ladder Decor, Colours, Adventure, Projects

An elderberry adventure to dye for

Many of the plants around us can be used to make natural dyes. Aboriginal Peoples have been using dyes made from roots, bark, and lichen to create elaborate regalia. And the beautiful colours in Persian rugs have been traditionally extracted from various flowers. I recently tried making dye using the elderberry shrub. The purple fruit is loaded with colour. First I made the mordant, which is the fixative that sets the dye to the fabric so that the colour doesn’t wash away. There are…

An elderberry adventure to dye for Diy Recycle, Recycling, Elderberry Shrub, Purple Fruit, Natural Dyeing, Persian Rug, Colours, Adventure, Fabric

An elderberry adventure to dye for

Many of the plants around us can be used to make natural dyes. Aboriginal Peoples have been using dyes made from roots, bark, and lichen to create elaborate regalia. And the beautiful colours in Persian rugs have been traditionally extracted from various flowers. I recently tried making dye using the elderberry shrub. The purple fruit is loaded with colour. First I made the mordant, which is the fixative that sets the dye to the fabric so that the colour doesn’t wash away. There are…

An elderberry adventure to dye for Elderberry Shrub, Diy Recycle, Recycling, Projects To Try, Reusable Tote Bags, Adventure, Adventure Movies, Upcycle, Adventure Books

An elderberry adventure to dye for

Many of the plants around us can be used to make natural dyes. Aboriginal Peoples have been using dyes made from roots, bark, and lichen to create elaborate regalia. And the beautiful colours in Persian rugs have been traditionally extracted from various flowers. I recently tried making dye using the elderberry shrub. The purple fruit is loaded with colour. First I made the mordant, which is the fixative that sets the dye to the fabric so that the colour doesn’t wash away. There are…