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Thread: Folded Wreath Christmas Ornament

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    Would look cute on top of wrapped gifts, thank you for sharing, great tute
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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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    Perfect....i'm always looking for an easy cute ornament that's flat enough to put into Christmas cards for special friends - this is just the ticket !!! THANX !!
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    Very pretty and a great decoration for Christmas. Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you...very good directions and pictures. Cute idea and so easy to make! :-)
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    oh thank you for great tutorial xmas idea
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    very cute Thanks for sharing maureen
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    Thanks, this is really cute, and looks easy. I will try this one soon!

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    Looking for an ornament for the next guild Christmas swap. This is so pretty, thanks
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    Could you sew up the seam and join the fold backs witha pattern zigzag, ? I'm just not good with glue.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    thankyou...will be trying it

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