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How to get wax out of old candles to reuse containers.pour boiling water in the candle and the wax will float to the top. Break wax (if need be) to remove. I have so many beautiful glass jars with small amounts of candle wax in them. Up cycle!

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GUIDE TO GOLD PAINT

Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

May 2016 - Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

Embellished sleeve detail using oversized square sequins to create texture - sewing; modern embellishment // Kevan Jon

Embellished sleeve detail using oversized square sequins to create texture - sewing; modern embellishment // Kevan Jon ♦F&I♦

Laser cut fabric detail with fishnet pattern; textiles for fashion; fabric manipulation // Dion Lee Fall 2015

Laser cut fabric detail with fishnet pattern; textiles for fashion; fabric manipulation // Dion Lee Fall 2015 boken line cuts when it hangs it does this

Eva Speer

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Jiyoung Chung - Whisper - Romance: the contented

Jiyoung Chung - Romance: Contented, 35 in x in, One-of-a-kind Joomchi with paper yarn, 2013

Beaded Textiles Design with elaborate textures using silicone & silk to create structures - surface embellishment;

Fabric collection 'Insected' detail 'Dragonfly' from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms, nature's own eye-catchers are the inspiration behind 'Insceted', a collection of women's fashion textiles created for the modern femme fatale.   by Barbara Medo www.barbaramedo.com

Fabric collection 'Insected' detail 'Dragonfly' from bees and caterpillars, to beetles, dragonflies and glowworms

Printed Textile | Rudi Boiten & Mireille Burger Founders of plott

chicken wire background wall Printed Textile by Studio Plott

MERGING WORLDS - A N O U K H A E G E N S

Really Cool Technique - Crocheting or knitting dipped in wax; Merging Worlds by Anouk Haegens