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Letting your sculptures roam free

Letting your sculptures roam free

Last month, you've learnt about how to transform your felt sculptures into a curtain display, which can be dismantled anytime. CLICK HERE to read the article in case you've missed it Today, I'm sharing with you an effortless way to display your felt sculptures without any tools or materials needed. All done by letting your felt sculptures roam free. Yes, with your felt sculptures only! 1. Display them in a laser-cut wooden box 2. Place them on your bookshelf 3. Put them on your clock 4. Let them accompany your curtain display Yup, that's all! CLICK HERE to browse the collection...

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How to turn your felt sculptures into a curtain display and dismantle them anytime

How to turn your felt sculptures into a curtain display and dismantle them anytime

Last week, you've read about how to clean your felt sculptures if they have been contacted with dust, sand or other dry debris. CLICK HERE to read the previous article This week, you'll gain insights on how to transform your felt sculptures into a curtain display and dismantle them anytime you want. If you've been collecting these felt sculptures and are finding a way to display them all at once, this workshop will guide you through using a very familiar technique; sewing. You don't need to be a professional at displaying the art you collect. Simply gather these 3 materials: 1)...

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How to clean and care for your felt sculptures

How to clean and care for your felt sculptures

In the previous blog post, I've shown you how to display your felt sculptures in glass tubes in only three steps. CLICK HERE to read the previous article There are numerous arrangements and combinations of showing off your felt sculptures, but what if they need some cleaning? This week, I'm going to demonstrate how to clean and maintain your felt sculptures using only two tools. Here's what you need: A thin brush - in this case, I'm using a lip brush A piece of adhesive tape - I'm using a piece of washi tape in this article For demonstration, I'm...

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How to display your felt sculptures using glass tubes in 3 steps with limitless combinations

How to display your felt sculptures using glass tubes in 3 steps with limitless combinations

Two weeks ago, I've demonstrated to you how to frame your felt sculptures under 8 minutes by sewing them onto felt fabric sheets. They can be removed and reattached to the frame display whenever you like.  In case you've missed it, CLICK HERE to read the previous workshop On our last day of August 2020, I'm going to show you how to display your felt sculptures using glass tubes in 3 steps. Glass tubes installations encourage viewers to have a 360-degree view and often on closer proximity. Shiny and transparent objects seem to evoke our curiosity, that's why this installation would...

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How to frame your felt sculptures under 8 minutes

How to frame your felt sculptures under 8 minutes

Exactly 11 days ago, I've shared with you how to hang your felt sculptures on the wall with zero damage. Precisely, you had learnt ONE technique using TWO materials to hang your felt sculptures on the wall in THREE steps without damaging them. In case you haven't read it, CLICK HERE to read This week, you'll know how to frame your felt sculptures under 8 minutes using THREE materials in THREE steps. Display it on your desk, your bookshelf, your window sill, and even on the wall. Here's what you need: A photo frame - it can be a brand new...

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