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132. Crepe Paper for Dish Closet






A pretty effect for the dish closet may
be found in crepe paper. Some prefer white, but a tint harmonizing well
with the china is pretty too. Have it to fall about three inches below
the edge of the shelves and ruffle the edge of the paper by stretching it
lightly between forefinger and thumb.






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