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Topic: christmas ornaments. made on time, posted really late.  (Read 490 times)
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« on: February 04, 2010 02:48:32 PM »

Same concept for both.  I took clear glass(bad idea) ornaments and put either sand or cut out glitter felt (to look like snowflakes) inside.  I then cut out a christmas tree and a palm tree. The christmas tree has red beads for lights.  After stressing I got both trees into their respective ornaments and tied them so they dangled from the lid.  I used white fabric paint on the outside for more snowflakes on both.  The palm tree says Christmas in paradise[made for my future mil who loves living on the coast] the christmas tree says Merry Christmas[for my mommy].





Palm tree christmas






regular christmas.

Btw, talk about a pain to photograph...
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