In this final post of this year, I’d like to show you another easy DIY Christmas decorations project. It’s a follow-up from last week’s post. I already demonstrated how to decorate a mini Christmas tree with wax print fabric.…

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Because I love wax print fabrics so much, I would never throw away fabric leftovers. Because for one wax print fabric is way too beautiful to be wasted, and two I often have nice projects where leftovers come in handy. Since it’s almost Christmas I thought it would be fun to decorate …

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I stumbled upon these lovely wooden bowls at my local thrift store. Since they come in a set of 3 I immediately had in my mind that it would be nice to have different prints of fabrics in them, cut into different shapes and pieces with some resin epoxy on top.…

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In this previous post, I showed you how to work with textile hardener and what nice things you can do with it. These big fan-shaped wax dangle earrings are bold and my absolute favorite. The first time I made these statement earrings I knew that it wasn’t going to be my last time.…

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I live in a lovely old house with beautiful large windows. It’s a pity though that they aren’t double glazed. When it’s windy outside one can feel the draught coming through the chinks of the window frame, especially on those typical cold autumn days. On days like that, a draught excluder cushion comes in handy.…

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