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How to make Skeleton Leaves with Washing Soda. Washing Soda is made by baking regular Baking Soda in a 200'C oven for 30 minutes -- (Who knew?!!) - Detailed Tutorial

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How To Make Those Cool Skeletonized Leaves!  Let leaves soak in Arm and Hammer Washing Soda for a few days, then take a brush and lightly brush off the..leaf coat (?) And you have Translucent leaves!
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Make Skeleton Leaves

How To Make Those Cool Skeletonized Leaves! Let leaves soak in Arm and Hammer Washing Soda for a few days, then take a brush and lightly brush off the..leaf coat (?) And you have Translucent leaves!

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DIY: Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!
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How to Make Leaf Skeletons

DIY: Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!

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Color-Tinted Skeleton Leaves- A free step-by-step tutorial, with photos, to make your very own skeleton leaves. /// Hier findet ihr eine tolle Anleitung, wie ihr Skelettblätter ganz einfach selber macht

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Skeleton Leaf of Salal Circle Glass Earrings, leaf jewellery, woodland, rustic, antique copper, brown, nature, forest, Antique Copper #woodland #forest #nature #salal #leaf #leafjewelry #plantjewelry

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How to skeletonize leaves ~ Stovetop method using sodium carbonate (washing soda) does take some time, & not suitable for small kids. Another link including projects for the finished leaves : http://www.christinedebeer.ca/skeleton-leaves #craft #skeletonize #leaf

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Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio. While she is most famous for her labor-intensive loom works, Sekimachi creates these sylvan masterpieces by adding Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves, giving them solid form.

Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio. While she is most famous for her labor-intensive loom works, Sekimachi creates these sylvan masterpieces by adding Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves, giving them solid form.

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