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Thread: Folded Wreath Christmas Ornament

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    Quote Originally Posted by RosMadeMe View Post
    I am thinking of making some a little smaller as Christmas coasters... thank you for this
    Great idea!
    Lizzy in La.

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    Thanks so much, I always give an ornament to my sister's grandchildren, and now, great-grandchildren and needed a new idea for this year.

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    That is an adorable wreath! and easy, too! Thanks for sharing.

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    Love the concise easy instructions the photos made it make complete sense.. at first I thought uh oh this is going to be hard then you glued the first one and it was oh that isnt hard at all. just looks complicated which is nice also when gifting them .. I will surely make a few of these and I would think the cardboard helps them stay firm do you cover the cardboard ever first so its finished in the back too? I like the idea of doubling them but if you finish the back then it would be unnecessary and well faster. I could see a yoyo with a button in the center aso.
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    This would also be fun to do with spring fabrics to make flower ornaments or any other season would do.
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    Would look cute on top of wrapped gifts, thank you for sharing, great tute
    Mary

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    I loved your ornament so I made one this morn. Or I should say half of one. I need to make my circle a little larger since the 9th point didn't fit so I had to get creative with that one. Of course, now the back half won't line up but, after all, it is my first one.
    I used Elmer's glue to glue the folds of ea. before gluing it to the circle. petal down. I was surprised at how quickly it dried & adhered everything. Also used it to attach to the cardboard circle.

    Thanks so much for this little cutie.

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    I love it! Thanks for the geat tutorial.

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    Thanks for this great idea!

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    thanks will try, enjoy your sewing, or quilting

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