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Wednesday, 15 February 2006

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Katrina

Those are very cute!!! I love them!

kelly

thanks so much for this tutorial! those are really cute!

amanda8

Those are awesome! What a great idea, especially for little kids. Can't wait to try it out.

myra

What a brilliant idea! And you're right, it would make a great Easter craft project too. We are definitely going to have to try this, thanks so much for the detailed tutorial!

Carabeth

so sweet!! good for goodie bags too-hey for a small enough party, it could be the activity...

lyn

They are fantastic !!!
I love 'em.

Cathy

Oh WOW! They are amazing. I am definitely going to try to make these... maybe not immediately but I do love them!

Ayelet

Wow! those look good, and really professional. I'm wondering if using a papier mache technique with fabric would also be good for making doll heads, for example. do you think it will be possible to build facial features with the gluey fabric?

kumi

so nice!
what a treat for Max's friends!!

beki

Those are too cool!

abbyjane

What fun! A great craft to do with kids, and I'll bet you could do a really sophisticated just for you, too. Thanks for the tutorial.

Anamaria

Max has lucky little friends: first penguins, now baskets! I love the idea of using fabric instead of newspaper strips, which eliminates the whole painting step. We'll definitely try these in time for Easter! Thanks for the tutorial!

Bettsi

These are great, Amanda! I try to do a craft with the kids each Easter break. Guess what we'll be doing this year? Thank you for the tutorial too- your little tips will save us grief later!

Jenn

Oh my, these are amazing and ever so cute! Thank you for the tutorial, I am definitely gonna make them for easter!

Strikkelise

Wonderful baskets. Thanks a lot for the tutorial.

cassie

Hi, this is a lovely tutorial- I'd never even heard of FABRIC maché before! I've linked to it from the "how-to" links page on Empty Purse because it's so great :)

( http://emptypurse.wordpress.com/ )

Love your blog too x

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