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Trendy with Cork

Feature 11502331 | © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid | 18 images

DYI ideas using cork in new and exciting ways

Sliced super thin, cork takes on a whole new image and can be used in collages or to decorate fabrics. Cork is both flexible and robust, it is easy to maintain and can be cut perfectly, sewn, glued and labeled. But above all it is cool and fresh looking.

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Feature No.: 11502331
Number of images: 18
Text: Text written upon request (300-700 words, English)
Photographer: © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid
Topic: Do it yourself
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All images in this feature (18)

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Keywords

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