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Topic: Gelt bags and some felt embroidered ornaments  (Read 863 times)
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drunkenatheist
« on: December 25, 2010 07:48:08 PM »

My boyfriend and I are both atheists, but I was raised by Christian parents and he was raised Jewish.  To make a long story short, we celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah.  Cause seriously, who doesn't love sparkly Christmas trees and fried potato goodness?  Wink

For his stocking, I quickly whipped together a few gelt bags and some ornaments.  I hate that my tree - which I've had since way before we started dating - only has my ornaments on it.



I tweaked the basic Martha Stewart gelt bag directions located here.



These are the ornaments for my boyfriend, a Star of David and a dreidel. 



Bonus, the only other ornament I remembered to photograph for my relatives, a hot rod for a cousin who does hot rod customization. 

I used some graphics I found online for the templates and did the tissue paper pattern trick from the Conan O'Brien ornament I posted a few weeks ago.  Thanks for looking!
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