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Thread: Almost Chrsitmas time

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    Super Member Roberta's Avatar
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    Almost Chrsitmas time

    I received this link in an email today and I thought I'd pass it on. A quick and easy wreath for Christmas using just a styrofoam ring and coffee filters.

    http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2011/...as-wreath.html

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    Thanks, I think this is a great idea. I use to love making wreaths with silk flowers, etc. I gave it up as I could only use so many wreaths, same with silk flower arrangements. Now I only want to make quilts.
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    Very pretty!
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    Fun ideas....thanks for the link!

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    I never would have thought that could be so lovely. Really pretty and EASY
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    Very pretty thanks for the link. I think I may make one for my house
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    I have not made one with the coffee filters...but I have made several with small fabric pieces. Made them for different holidays. One I made for my mother was a flag look... I wish I had took pictures way back then.
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    That's really pretty. I bet one using the unbleached coffee filters in tan would be lovely for a fall wreath...add a few silk leaves and acorns.

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    Great lesson! thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacup View Post
    That's really pretty. I bet one using the unbleached coffee filters in tan would be lovely for a fall wreath...add a few silk leaves and acorns.

    Great idea. I wouldn't have thought of that but you can get two seasons of use out of it, thanks.

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