Tag Archives: ornaments

Fill Glass Ornaments with your Stash

I’ve seen this yarn-filled glass bulb project around, but I can’t remember where I saw it last year. I was so inspired by that post author (whoever you are!) that last December I got three boxes of these glass ornaments … Continue reading

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Make Used Sandwich Bag Recycled Ornaments

I’ve heard of using fused plastic for making bags, but I haven’t found a lot of great ways to make it pretty. Well, Crafting A Green World just posted this genius tutorial on using plastic baggies and filling them with … Continue reading

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Sister Diane’s Salt Dough Recipe

Yesterday my friend and her sons came over. I took the two year-olds and made salt dough ornaments with them via Sister Diane’s recipe in her cool Christmas Zine. I added a cup of cocoa powder to one batch because … Continue reading

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Tour de Christmas Ornaments 2008

My family has always been the type that saved old ornaments and used them year after year. We usually add one or two ornaments a year. Every year when we decorate the tree, we enjoy unpacking all the ornaments we’ve … Continue reading

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Adventures with a felted sweater, Part 1

And, I’ve actually had a small amount of time to be crafty, lately. Here are some ornaments I made out of a felted sweater we got at the Goodwill Bins (buy stuff by the pound!). I went a tiny bit … Continue reading

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