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This is a legitimate Hermes Kelly handbag. It includes a duster and an original store bag.

from Pins and Procrastination

How to Make a No-Sew Reusable Duster

Do you ever get sick of tossing out swiffer duster heads? I know I do- they're so wasteful. This is the perfect solution- a reusable duster head. It's even more effective than the disposable ones and easy to make, plus it saves you money. You don't need to know how to sew or anything! And you can wash it in the washing machine. If you're ready to save time and money on disposable dusters, you have to check this out.

How to Create Simple Seamless Background Product Shots - This is exactly what I do for my ebay shots when I have to. Good tip.

from Flax & Twine

DIY Photo Light Box - a finish fifty project

flax & twine: DIY Photo Light Box - A Finish Fifty Project

DIY cleaning product. Make your own Swiffer duster. You can throw it in the washer and reuse over and over.

from Hello, I'm Handmade!

The 5 Biggest Product Photography Mistakes Etsy Sellers Make

Because of what I do at HelloImHandmade I get browse through a lot of Etsy shops every day of the week; I sometimes get as many as 50 applicants in one day! Luckily for me, so many of the makers who apply for a feature have lovely handmade products and are doing a lot of ... Read more...Continue Reading...

from Apartment Therapy

Washable Swiffer Duster Pads — MitsuyoDay

Each duster has a 4 layer thickness of fleece. The best thing I've noticed about using these dusters is they don't flatten out like the disposable ones do, so they actually last longer. And don't forget the fact that they are washer and dryer safe (with out fabric softener)

from Glitter Guide

Shop Talk: Blushington

Shop Talk: Blushington -photographed by Tim Melideo

This tutorial will guide you through the steps to make your own reuseable Swiffer duster cloth. The best part is that the more it's used and washed, the better it will work! From start to finish, you should have your new duster made within 30 minutes!

I have always been a fan of photogray. I took a class in tenth grade and loved it. I was a TA for that class later the next year. All of my work was done in 35mm film so i learned how to develop the film and make photos. It was really a fun experiance.