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« on: April 11, 2008 11:37:47 PM »

Hi guys!

This is my first craft post, although I have been browsing through Craftster for years now. I hope this is the right category.. if not please let me know.

I have been somewhat obsessed with making handmade snowglobes as gifts for a couple of years now. I usually like to find small plastic toys as the objects. So far I have been getting pretty good reviews from recipients. Just thought I would get some feedback from you guys. Cheesy

I got the idea from Martha Stewart Crafts. I just used trial and error for a while until I got the outcome I wanted.



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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2008 02:08:20 AM »

Awww, these are really cute.  I understand why you got such good feedback too.
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