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Thursday, December 31, 2020

Christmas Ornaments I Made For Us

 Lest you think I forgot about our tree, I did make two stitched ornaments and one papercraft ornament for our tree.

This is one of a Mill Hill Winter Holiday Collection - MH18-1736, Holiday Boot (c) 2017. It is beads and floss on 14 count perforated paper and I backed it with green felt. It is approx. 2.5" x 3"
I made this one for my hubby.

This is a "rollup" designed by Kathy Schenkel.  I have made these before as gifts for my family, but I thought I should make on for myself. I even stitched on it during the World Series! Here is the front with it hanging on our tree and then backside not on the tree.

This is a papercraft ornament using dies from Birch Press Designs and various colors of foiled or metallic cardstock. By making two of each layer, I was able to make it double sided. If finished it off with a ribbon bow at the top. 

I think that is all for 2020! 
Happy New Year!

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