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Christmas Ornaments by Carolyn Vosburg-Hall

By Carolyn Vosburg-Hall

Christmas is a festive time of the yr, and one enjoyable method to have a good time is to accessorize! writer Carolyn Vosburg corridor offers 25 initiatives for gorgeous and ornamental adorns to decorate Christmas timber and the house for the vacation season. each one undertaking comprises special, step by step directions, in addition to colourful photos. The embellishes will be made utilizing universal craft provides similar to polymer clay, paper, embroidery floss, beads, and glue, and are compatible for all ability degrees.

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Twist both wire ends to the back. Twist them together three times, and glue. Use this to wire the star to the treetop. 10 Goldfish SILK DESIGN BY CHARLENE BICKLE, ADAPTATION BY AUTHOR Fish come in such a spectrum. You can sew a soft sculptured fish in many colors and many fabrics. Fish are early Christian symbols. Along with loaves of bread, they were the most common sustenance at the time. And in some places, such as the Midwest on Friday nights, times haven't changed that much as to what we eat.

Use a blunt skewer to turn the toe and push in fiberfill. Tuck in the inner sole to cover the seams. Sew a bead or bell on the toe. Sew a ribbon or cord at the heel. For the lined shoe, use the full pattern to cut out the pieces. For the felt shoe, use the pattern minus the seam allowances. You can trace or photocopy the pattern. 6 Christmas Stocking This miniature 6-inch Christmas stocking ornament can still hold a tiny gift or two. Or you can double every pattern dimension to make a larger stocking.

4. Add tape over the sticky masking tape at the edges of the completed weaving (or it will stick to the sewing machine). 5. Cut out four pieces of the pattern, place them in a row on the weaving at 45-degree angles, and trace each. 6. Machine sew ″ inside the trace lines with short stitches. Cut out each section on the trace line. 7. Push the wire into the ball. Glue along the edges of one woven section, place the tip at the base of the wire, and press it firmly to the ball. Cup the ball in your hand to make the curve fit snugly.

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