Published on September 1st, 2009 | by Jules Yap


Spotted: Snudda hack in art shop

Handem from Turkey has turned into an Ikeahack hunter.

She says, “I spotted this at the local art workshop I go to every now and then. A Japanese lady has painted and decoupaged a Snudda with napkins. This is unfortunately the only example I could take a picture from. There were many more variations. Your imagination is the limit!”

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6 Responses to Spotted: Snudda hack in art shop

  1. pembefloyd says:

    anyone know in Turkey what is the name of shop and where is?

  2. David Jr says:

    Sounds like a good idea. But who’s gonna organise it? We could start by having it in Ikano? or Curve?


  3. Jules says:

    Hi David
    Thanks. It was fun. And I was terribly nervous. Good luck with your blog. We should have a Malaysian bloggers get together!

  4. David Jr says:

    Hi there Jules, just heard you over on BFM, excellent tips and great show! Congrats on being featured as I look forward to that day too. Only if people start to notice :)

    Malaysia Asia

  5. majeral says:

    thanks for the idea …

  6. Moontree says:

    very cool! And not just napkins; you can glue all kinds of things to a lazy susan to make a fun & functional table centerpiece. My husband does the same thing with vintage baseball cards (his table has been featured on here before- http://www.collectedstudio.com)

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