Make Your Own Christmas Tree Ornaments: Inspiring Ideas for Decorating Your Christmas Tree with Innovative, Eyecatching Ornaments
Southwater, 2000 - House & Home - 64 pages
Includes how-to information for shiny snowflakes, sequinned balls, ribbon ornaments, raffia balls, glittery balls, wire angel, Harlequin eggs, gilded stars, precious shells, gilded details, gingerbread plaques, fruit and flower decorations, winter heart, rococo star, elegant tassels, hanging jugglers, embroidered dragonflies, fruit and spice ornaments, classic pomanders, festive figures, gilded glass spheres, button garland, edible ornaments, twiggy star, beaded finials, Indian-style decorations, sparkling stars, glittery cones, appliqued stars, heraldic hangings, papier-mache decorations.
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