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The Bouquet that Never Dies

The Bouquet that Never Dies

A ridiculously simple way to grow a bouquet of flowers that never dies is to have one that had never lived. Nah, it's not a vampire but a non-living thing. Legend has it that it is still lingering on my desk. Ooooo...spooky! (too bad Halloween's over) Here's how you can do it too: Step 1: Get those flowers. CLICK HERE to browse the collection. Step 2: Fill a glass bottle with random things. Step 3: Stab those flowers into the glass bottle. Not medium rare, but WELL DONE.

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The Laziest Way to Display Your Sculptures

The Laziest Way to Display Your Sculptures

Hi all! Over the past weeks, you've witnessed how to let your felt sculptures roam around the house. CLICK HERE to revisit the articles This week, I'm introducing you the most time-efficient/environment-friendly/laziest way to display your sculptures effortlessly. Here's what you need: Washi tape [optional] Let's roll... Remove the lid of your box. Stick them on the wall OR do nothing The end CLICK HERE to browse the collection

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Ponyo's Day Out

Ponyo's Day Out

Here's Ponyo Version One's day out... Thanks Sara @sae_studio for your suggestion about making a bench for her! Honestly, I'm honestly not very satisfied with this version, mainly because her torso is so long! Also, her joints are fixed, so she can't sit down. I'll do a Version Two so Ponyo could sit down on her bench, rather than doing bench press!  CLICK HERE to browse the collection

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Mametchi's Room Exploration

Mametchi's Room Exploration

When your new friend arrives at your doorstep, you might get overly excited that you let him/her/they roam around your house the moment your package is unwrapped. However, it's important to ensure their safety. Depending on their personality, agility, and adaptability, your new friend might prefer exploring your room first before going on a bigger adventure. I'm writing to you because earlier today, I allowed Mametchi to explore my room and had my heart in my throat most of the time. Mametchi is a curious, healthy, and nimble character. Whatever that catches his attention does not go scotch free, just like how a skillful...

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Two ways to freely frame your felt sculptures

Two ways to freely frame your felt sculptures

Last week, you've read about how to let your felt sculptures roam free anywhere in your personal/workspace. In other words, you know how to fill tiny blank spaces and corners in your home and/or office. CLICK HERE to read the article Today, you'll learn how to frame multiple felt sculptures freestyle, using TWO types of frames. In this guide, I'm using 7 of my seashell sculptures. You don't need any kind of adhesive and are free to switch their positions whenever you like! CLICK HERE to browse the collection Here are the two types of frames you could use: Photo...

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