DIY Kit Add Ons

You’ll love it because: You can try natural dyeing within the comfort of your own home while using dyestuff curated especially for you in Laos and being guided through the whole process by our wonderful teacher Sengchan!

Price:

$2.00$3.00

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Description

  • Add-Ons:
    Wood Triangle Cutout – a pack of 2 pieces
    Bamboo Sticks – a pack of 6 pieces

Additional information

WeightN/A
Design

Bamboo Stick, Wood Triangle

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