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1  Bird Mask in Costumes: Completed Projects by jennalynnrichards on: January 15, 2011 09:52:23 AM


Items Used:
-plastic mask($1)
-black feathers($3/bag)
-hot glue(on hand)
-aluminum foil(on hand)
-black felt(on hand)

Cost: about $4

I glued black feathers all over to cover the mask. I used aluminum foil to shape the beak I wanted then covered in felt and glued onto mask.
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2  Day of the Dead Masks in Costumes: Completed Projects by jennalynnrichards on: January 15, 2011 09:46:58 AM


Items Used:
-plastic masks($1/each)
-paint(on hand)

Cost: $1/each

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3  Ivy Mask in Costumes: Completed Projects by jennalynnrichards on: January 15, 2011 09:38:45 AM


Items Used:
-basic, plastic mask($1)
-strand of plastic ivy($1)

Cost: $2

I glued individual leaves onto the mask until covered.
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4  Birds Nest Ornament in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: January 15, 2011 09:27:04 AM


Materials Used:
-small, clay pot (2/$1)
-cotton balls(on hand)
-fake grass(cut from fake flowers, on hand)
-moss(on hand)
-small birds(2/$1)

Total Cost: $1/each

I hot glued moss and fake grass in the pot, glued cotton balls to the top of the pot and cut the bottom of the birds off to glue inside. I am planning a bird tree next year and haven't figured out how I am going to hang them yet.
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5  The Grinch Christmas Ornament in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:28:57 AM
I used an old light bulb, some paint, red felt and cotton balls to make this Grinch ornament.

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6  Styrofoam Snowmen in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:22:51 AM
Items Used:
strofoam, cardboard, markers, old towels, sticks

Cost: $0

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7  Styrofoam Peppermint in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:19:34 AM
I used clear wrap that you use for gift baskets, ribbons and a piece of styrofoam to make a peppermint.

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8  Winter Scene Ornament in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:18:10 AM
I used a clear glass ornament and painted it. I usually use Apple Barrel and Folk Art paints.

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9  Skull Christmas Decorations in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:16:32 AM
Gothic Candy Canes


Skull and Holly Stockings


Skull and Roses Wreath


Skull Hands Holding Presents Ornaments


Skull Ornament


Skull Snowflake
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10  Poinsetta Wreaths in Winter Holidays by jennalynnrichards on: December 03, 2010 11:04:50 AM
Poinsettas just scream Christmas so I attached some to a big snowflake and a wreath and got a few new Christmas decorations for a few dollars.


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