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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Rustic Ornaments with a Stampin' Up! flair

I had some of the Candlelight Christmas fabric left over and thought they had a rustic feel to them so I made some ornaments. The first is quite easy. Just wrap the fabric around a 3" foam ball and tie a piece of jute around and then add a jute hanger with hot glue and your done. The other one, I took a ribbon spool to make the ornament. I cut the fabric into 1" wide and 4" long strips and tied them to the spool. When I was done I trimmed up the long ends to be more uniform and added a jute hanger to it also. Isn't it gorgeous! I am going to have to buy some more if I can find it.

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