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Tie Dyed Guitar Switchplate
Submitted by Joe T.
Thank you for being.
Here's a good luck story. I came up with the idea to make light switchplates in the shape of my handmade guitars out of real pretty woods. Immediately, I started getting requests for pink ones from little girls walking around with their daddies at local craft fairs. Go figure.
Long story short: That old #13 did a great job of coloring the wood while letting the grain show through. Best of both worlds. Anyway, she's out of my life, but, thanks to her, I learned that old, mixed Fiber Reactive Dyes do a great job on wood. Especially plain, bland maple, which is almost white to begin with. As with my music, I'm learning that less is more. Q-tips and needle points. Ah, Shoot! She just emailed. I gotta go.
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