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Monthly Archives: January 2014
The packages are squares cut from some plastic packaging, the ribbon was part of the wrapping for less flat items. Hardest part of the project was getting the glue off my fingers. Advertisements
January 2014 I spent a long time dreaming about making Christmas trees, and when I finally worked out how I might be able to do it and it was time to stop dreaming I couldn’t find much green yarn of … Continue reading
November 2013 When my Dad went into hospital and decided that he would move from there into a home, the four of his children and assorted grandchildren, in-laws and general hangers on were instructed to gather at his house and … Continue reading
Underneath the decorations this tree has a voice which … if batteries are added and the switch is moved to the on position … reacts to loud noises by opening its mouth and eyes and singing. The look is ugly, … Continue reading
A friend found this on an interstate trip. Build your snowman … add the plastic features … … then just watch him … … as he slowly … … spreads a little … … and loses shape … … … Continue reading
Then she made…: DIY Christmas Cards From Empty Toilet Paper Rolls.
DECK THE HOLIDAY’S: DIY JAPANESE PAPER FLOWER ORNAMENTS!.
January 2014 When other people had their decorations back in storage I started putting together some new trees. Some loopy crochet over wire branches, held upright by a dowel glued firmly into a pile of books. I am thinking the … Continue reading
DECK THE HOLIDAY’S: THE CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE!!.
One Last Carol for Quilters on the Day After Christmas! | The Curious Quilter.