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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: KaleidoscopeCra...
Created: Apr 2, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 240
Total Ratings: 3
Kaleidoscope ornament and box made with Dazzling Reflections Kaleidoscope software
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: BoldandPosh
Created: Nov 5, 2011 | Flag
Total Views: 279
Total Ratings: 1
This adorable Rudolph Reindeer Bulb Ornament is perfect to give as a Christmas gift, stocking stuffer or for your self. The ornament is hand made and painted using a recycled light bulb and cute fun accessories.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: djdiane
Created: Aug 23, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 2,500
Total Ratings: 30
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: Suzy6281
Created: Sep 22, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 223
Total Ratings: 2
Santa ornament made from foam board, paper mache and yarn. Full tutorial can be found at: http://suzysartsycraftsysitcom.blogspot.com/2010/09/feature-friday-paper-mache-santa.html
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: TheCMO
Created: Aug 28, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 436
Total Ratings: 5
Handmade, removable, beaded ornament covers featuring genuine Swarovski crystals.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: choozjoy_6793192
Created: Nov 13, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 225
Total Ratings: 2
Using fence pickets blown down after multiple hurricanes hit south Florida, I created a recycle winter garden decoration that my daughter's scout troop could get inspiration from for their own unique creations! We had a blast re-purposing and reusing odd-n-ends of wire, nails, screws, fabric, old socks, left over paints and anything else that could be nailed or stapled onto the wooden picket. The girls learned first hand how easy and fun it is to recycle seemingly useless junk into something cute, decorative, and happy!