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Thread: Scrap Christmas ornament

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    What a great idea and so versatile. I was thinking pot holders also or a table topper (make a little larger) or placemats or ......

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    Looks like it would be easy and fun to make. Thanks for sharing the link.

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    I have strips of different widths - I can visualize these ornaments done with different width strips and different sizes. Also use fabric for the ornament top (same technique) and that way whether used as a decoration or a gift tag, or pot holder, trivet, candle mat etc. they could be washed. Change the shape and you could have Easter Eggs. They would make super decorations for outside. Hmmm - guess I had better get busy and gather my strips so that they are all in the same place. I don't have that circle cutter ruler either. Oh darn another trip to my LQS is in my future - probably tomorrow. LOL
    Jan

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    LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!... Thanks for sharing!.....................
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    I love it too but not sure about the tin foil part. Anyone try it yet?

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    Great ideas, and looks so easy, i think a thin piece of fusible interfacing would work as well
    Mary

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