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Thread: Christmas Ornaments - Japanese Kimekomi

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    Christmas Ornaments - Japanese Kimekomi

    Beautiful ornaments --- and you can search youtube for more. I definitely have to make one of these!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee1dq...eature=related

    Enjoy!
    Nancy

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    That was awesome...beautiful

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    Beautiful ornaments, I will be trying this for Christmas
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    Thank you - beautiful ornament!
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    Looks like fun! I'll have to make one of these. Thanks for the link.

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    Beautiful will have to try. Thanks for the link.

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    this is awesome!

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    Thank you it is beautiful. It took me back to the day's I lived over there. They do such beautiful crafts.

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    Thank you for sharing! I will have to try this too!
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    Wow, these are beautiful!
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    I really like that think I will trey this afternoon for something different to do

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    Wow, something else I'm going to give a try. It would be lovely to display year-round. Thank you.

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    Thank you, that was great!
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    Thank you so much for posting this. I really like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nance-ell View Post
    Beautiful ornaments --- and you can search youtube for more. I definitely have to make one of these!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee1dq...eature=related

    Enjoy!
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    Great tutorial.
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    That will make beautiful Christmas ornaments.
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    that is so neat! thank you!

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    Eleanor Burns has a technique for this also. Only she uses hexes.

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    Hmm where are those styrofoam balls . . . .

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    Beautiful ornament, thank-you for sharing.

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    Beautiful ornament..........thank you for sharing!

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    Temari balls might interest you as well. I have attached a you tube of this fascinating art form.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vAIrSJBSo0

    Quote Originally Posted by nance-ell View Post
    Beautiful ornaments --- and you can search youtube for more. I definitely have to make one of these!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee1dq...eature=related

    Enjoy!
    Murphy1
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    I can't wait to try one. Thank you.

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    OMG I got lost for an hour watching many videos there on holiday decroating! How fun!
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    Nancy.... this is amazing! A great way to use up some small pieces and to show fussy cuts!
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