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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: djdiane
Created: Aug 23, 2009 | Flag
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My ornaments are on 2 7/8 inch satin balls. I use lots of pins, pearls, crystals seed beads, glass beads, metallic sequins, antique lace and satin ribbons, silver and gold bugle, and I even add pieces of my antique jewelry. It takes me up to two weeks to complete one ornament.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: shiploversmom
Created: Feb 12, 2008 | Flag
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Glass Block glass drill bit strand of 50 lights wire ribbon snaps thread fabric glue pins. Drill 1/2" hole in back of glass block clean and dry the inside. Cut two bands for cross ribbon glue each with fabric glue. Make top bow with 6-7 loops on each side. Fasten one side of snap to bow and other side of snap to one ribbon cross band. (easier to take the bow off for storage!. Stuff lights into glass block. Use untwisted coat hanger to help position lights inside!
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: djdiane
Created: Feb 4, 2010 | Flag
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This ornament was made for my RMS friends and family for Valentine's Day. I have included a poem i wrote. I've never written a poem in my life! So here goes.
Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
I appreciate all the nice comments.
I have collected from you!.
Happy Valentine's Day !
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: mssippiagainthan...
Created: Feb 28, 2008 | Flag
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Glass beads threaded together in a mesh pattern to cover ornaments
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: email@example.com...
Created: Dec 5, 2007 | Flag
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Total Ratings: 38
I carved this country-boy santy from basswood for a coworker's wife to add to her santa collection. I used acrylics to paint him sealed him with Krylon satin spray and finished with an antique wash. The inscriptions and decorations were woodburned. Now you just know his sleigh is pulled by horses not reindeer!