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15 file(s) - Uploaded by: charina7
Created: Feb 18, 2011 | Flag
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I love CREATING just about anything. From hair accesories, sewing drapes, creating kid and adult stylish outfits, making wreaths all year round, painting, scrapbooking, name it i just love to CREATE!
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Deedle123
Created: Mar 24, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 70
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I am always decorating wreaths for the holidays & seasons. This is by far my favorite! The best part - it took me 5 minutes!
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: KristenB
Created: Apr 15, 2011 | Flag
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This is a wreath I made for my front door using the deco polymesh, silk flowers, ribbon and butterflies. I added a springy "Welcome" sign in the middle. Happy Spring to you!
Visit me at http://www.kristenscreationsonline.blogspot.com/
35 file(s) - Uploaded by: sassy_gal2
Created: Nov 28, 2010 | Flag
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This particular basket was weaved from different colored pastel printer paper. I had pink, yellow, blue and green. Made a grid with the main color and I interweaved with the other colors. You can see the pink mat in one of the pictures. One of the sides of the basket the main color is yellow. I joined the sides with hot glue. The bottom has another color.
Ok....for the inside....just take a empty plastic gallon of milk and cut all the way to halfway or you get 6" inches of plastic jug. Cut out the spout and handle and make sure it's even all around. Dont worry about the circular indentation that they have on the sides. When you hot glue the weaved paper grid press it really good onto the milk jug and it will adhere. For the handle I simply hole punched into the milk jug......NOT into paper.. for security reasons. I twisted 3 pipe cleaners of different colors and when I threaded them through the holes of the milk jug I twisted the ends of the pipe cleaners.