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Thread: another Christmas gift thanks to Missour Star Quilt youtube videos

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    another Christmas gift thanks to Missour Star Quilt youtube videos

    just finished 3 more gifts. I saw this demonstrated by Jenny Doak on Missour Star quilt you tube video... It takes a little time... but lots of fun. I even did it with my grandkids for their teachers. They loved it. I plan on making the grandkids a plate with their initial on it for their Christmas dinner plate... sooo many possiblities. I added a cookie cutter and this poem for my Christmas gift plates. Hope you enjoy. Merry Christmas to all my friends here on the quilt board. Love you all.


    I made a plate of cookies
    to share with you this year.
    I thought it was a good way
    to spread some Christmas cheer.

    They all looked so tasty,
    so I thought Id eat just one.
    And a little while later,
    I noticed there were none.

    So heres my Christmas greeting,
    and a cookie cutter too.
    Now you can make your own cookies
    and maybe share a few.

    Merry Christmas
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    Those are beautiful. Could you share the link please? I went to the website and searched and cannot locate the tute.

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    I am making these.
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    Those are beautiful. Thanks for the link and can't ait to make some for gifts.

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    Beautiful fabric choice! I like those
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    Very very pretty!
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    I see so many possibilities here- Thanks!

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    Neat idea, So how many of you cringed when you seen her use her GOOD scissors to cut paper?.........LOL
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    I like that tut. Thank you!
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    A very good idea.
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    I seen that tutorial and thought the plates were so cute and very easy to make....Nice job....

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    If you want to try something different.... get acrylic enamelpaint at a craft store and the clear glass plates. Draw your design, initial on the top of the plate with a permanent sharpie. Paint the design/initial on the back of the plate. Clean sharpie off plate with alcohol. Directions for setting the paint on the paint label. Not fabric but just a different way

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    I did these with my GD who is 6 1/2. We made cookies and put them in a pretty bag to give to her mommy and teacher. She loved doing it herself.

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    Those are beautiful. Thanks for the link.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I have tried twice to view this tutorial, but I just get a black screen - any ideas on how to solve this problem?

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    I forgot all about these! Gave some several years ago and saw them used for several years. Thanks for the reminder! :-)

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    What a great idea! Thanks for the link!
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    Very pretty. Love your poem and cookie cutter idea.

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    Years ago I made these using napkins and did some with lace and dollies also fabric, you can use gift wrap etc.
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