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1  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Trying New Christmas Crafts on: January 08, 2009 10:30:43 AM
With all of the Christmas ornaments on sale and with a rod full of wire coat hangers in my laundry room, I was inspired to get started on Christmas crafts for Christmas 2009.  With 6 coat hangers, a string of lights, and a couple of packages of garland, I crafted a tabletop Christmas tree.  It stands 16 inches high.  Taking another coat hanger and some purchased ornaments, I made a Christmas wreath.  Both turned out extremely well, if I do say so myself.  When I'm no longer a newbie, I'll try to remember to post some photos.
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