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Corbeille avec des sacs plastiques

Recycling ideas: basket out of nilon bag Material - Plastic bags- Scissors, needles, Instruction: Step 1: - Cut off the bottom of the handle of bags. Step 2: - Cut cross from the edge of pocket to start cutting risk within the body panels are plastic bags long. Step 3: - Similarly, we cut more panels you need it. Step 4: - Now the festival has cut sheets are available. We can get his head on a nail wire for easy weaving! Step 5: - Weaving more so the longer term. Step 6: - Roll the plastic fiber weaving in a circle just like the do to your basket and the fibers fixed together by needle blockage. Step 7: - With his body, the plastic fibers stacked on each other, both have stitched out the blockage. Step 8: - Go to the full height of the basket is fixed to the edge of nylon rope is sure to be. It is very easy! Photo: kenh14.vn source: make-handmade.comVisit link →

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