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Thread: GIANT snowflakes I made

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    Great idea. They look very cool. Nice job on decorating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangeroom View Post
    Sue, those are really neat! Love how they're all different too! Did you use hot glue to hold them together and are they painted white or is there a sparkle to them as well? This is a wonderful craft that I'm interested in duplicating!
    I used popcicle sticks.... 1000 for $5.50 at michaels. High temp hot glue gun and spray painted them. I am in nc so it gets cold but should be ok

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    What a clever idea! They look great!

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    Love this look! You and DH make a great team

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947 View Post
    Love this look! You and DH make a great team
    Awwww thanks we sure do! 46 years!

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    They look very effective. Well done.

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    They look great.
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    Very nice! I collect snowman ornaments and my daughter just brought me one that the grandson had placed in the freezer to keep it cold. Needless to say it is breaking up. filled it full of water and needless to say it was blown glass.- My poor ornament. I have some very unique ones. Oh well kids will be kids.
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    I love, love, love these and have been trying to find something nice to put at the front of the house. I'm worried about the wind, rain/sleet/snow. I'm trying to think of a way to put them in the windows on the inside, but still have them lit up to look nice from the street. Any ideas anyone??

    We bought many strands of multi-color outdoor bulbs last year for our two holly trees. It looked so pretty, but before the season was over half of the strands were burnt out and we couldn't fix them. We were so disappointed after putting all that time, effort, and money into them. I can't seem to find any higher quality outdoor lights. Do you have a good source? All I'm finding are the same brand again, and I won't waste the time trying that again. I bought them at Lowes.

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    I love your snow flakes. Your house looks so nice. I have a snow man in the house which I bought at a craft fair and some one hand embroidary on it "Some of my best friends are Flakes". HE HE
    Suzanne
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