appledainty

The Appledainty Shop!

Saskatoon, Canada On Etsy since 2007

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appledainty

The Appledainty Shop!

Saskatoon, Canada | 65 Sales

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Note from shop owner The shop will be closed while I concentrate on creating new pieces for upcoming exhibitions. :) I hope to reopen in a few months, once the exhibition pieces are complete. Thank you for your patience!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Apr 7, 2020

The shop will be closed while I concentrate on creating new pieces for upcoming exhibitions. :) I hope to reopen in a few months, once the exhibition pieces are complete. Thank you for your patience!

Angel Weber

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About appledainty

Sales 65
On Etsy since 2007

Appledainty - One of a Kind Art and Accessories

When I was a kid, if I ever told my Mom that I was bored, she would come up with activities for us to do. I was the only kid I knew who wrote book reports for their mother in the summers. One of the things my Mom used to have us do was draw fruit bowls with oil pastels; I think of that as the time when I realized I loved art.

For me, the act of creation is the ultimate joy. I especially love making special one of a kind things - not just for friends and family, but for everyone who appreciates art.

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  • Angel Weber

    Owner

    Hi there! I'm an artist and craftsperson living in chilly Saskatoon, SK, Canada. I like cats, yarn, sparkly things and cooking tasty foods for my lovely husband.

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Last updated on Dec 15, 2017
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Care instructions

Kanzashi should be kept in a cool, dry, place out of direct sunlight. Kanzashi are delicate and should not be roughly handled. You should take care to avoid water or dampness when wearing and storing kanzashi, as water can damage the silk and dissolve the traditional rice paste used to place the petals. If your kanzashi becomes misshapen, you can spray them lightly with starch and reshape them using tweezers.