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Topic: Pearls on a Spool and leftover Tulle from my wedding  (Read 938 times)
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shannon1976
« on: April 22, 2011 04:51:53 AM »

What to do with these items? I have a ton of each leftover from my wedding! Huh http://www.afloral.com/Floral-Supplies/Ribbon/6mm-Pearls-on-a-Spool-in-Cream-50-ft this is what the pearls on a spool look like.
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CandyMoon
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2011 03:48:27 PM »

I love pearl strings. My mom would use it all the time at Christmas and stuff.

i saw a lamp once that had it just wrapped around it so it was completely covered. It looked awesome.
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JodiHendon
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2011 05:56:22 PM »

I used to joke that the only good thing that came from my first wedding was the 12 yards of tulle from my wedding veil.  It's all gone now, but through the years I used parts of it for a tub toy holder for my son (the one from my 2nd wedding), a minnow catcher, a pool cleaner, a cover for lemons when we did a fancy Caesar salad at a party, a covering for the vacuum hose when somebody lost a contact.

I would bend a wire hanger and sew the tulle on it to create a net.  The toy holder had a drawstring.  Bunch some up for a scrubby for the sink.
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