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Thread: Scrap Christmas ornament

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    Scrap Christmas ornament

    I just watched Jenny do an adorable giant Christmas ornament on Missouri StarQuilt Co. It is made with scrap Christmas strips and tin foil. Has anyone tried it? If you did, what fusible did you use?

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    Here's the link. Looks interesting...
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    Looks soooooooooo cute!
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    Looks pretty cute - thanks for sharing

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    What a darling ornament!

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    That is so cute. I thiink she says she uses Pellon fusible. You could put insulbrite in between the layers and use them for hot pads too.
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    My plan is to make 16 of these to put one in each patient's room at work! Thanks for the wonderful idea!
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    I love this; her tutorials are always so inspiring!
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    Ok that is to cute think i will put names on the ones i make...
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    Well, that is CUTE!! and looks so easy!! I can't wait to make some of these... Thanks for letting us know about this!!
    (the holidays are just around the corner!!! YIKES!!)
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    Cute. How about stripes on both sides?

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    Thanks. Mom was thinking of something that could be done for her retirement center community room and this is perfect. I bet a friend and I could whip up some in one day.

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    I plan t make a few for a window display at my store... they would hang nicely at different lengths. Thank you for posting. I love MSQ.

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    Love the idea!
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    love this......they have so many great things at MSQ...just can't keep up...am working on half hex and triangle trees tablerunners from them now....might as well make a few of those ornaments too....these will be gifts to friends/family..........

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    Wonderful, quick and cute - can't get any better than that! Thanks for sharing the link - somehow I missed this one.
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    That is so cute, I have to make some. Thank you for the link.

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    What a simple and quick idea. These are so cute! Thanks for the link.

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    Anyone able to show a photo of these ornaments? Thanks

    Sorry, forgot to say: I am on dial-up.... pics would be so appreciated
    Last edited by skjquiltnut; 11-08-2012 at 10:05 AM.

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    How cute. We have a very mini tree and I will make some tiny one to go on it. And you could put fiberfil in it and make them round. I would sew top of hanger by machine and then hand sew the bottom. Thanks, that is great, and would be cute with names on them too. Or Merry Christmas too.

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    How very cute. Thanks for the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangeroom View Post
    My plan is to make 16 of these to put one in each patient's room at work! Thanks for the wonderful idea!
    I was thinking of making them to hang on the practitioners doors where I work. We have our decorating day on the 23rd. I would need 12 or so.
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