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are you making any gifts either for whatever or special occasions?  I can't right now but looking at stuff on pinterest for fun  wreaths  today.

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I am planning on making some necklaces/bracelets by beading!

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Most years I make quilled snowflakes to give as gifts. They are made of paper and glue. 

 

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I am crocheting a blankey for my nephew who is on the way...for his Christening.

 

For Christmas, I am still deciding.  I may do little wreaths for close family members.

 

 

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IMG_0305.JPGI make these little holiday displays to give to close friends and family.IMG_1193.JPGIMG_0297.JPG

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IMG_0305.JPGI make these little holiday displays to give to close friends and family.IMG_1193.JPGIMG_0297.JPG


 

 

@Jasmine19  Wonderful!  Where do you buy the cloches?  Are the plates separate?

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@mousiegirl I found the cloches on Etsy and eBay. I think I also found one in a local vintage store. They are Princess House and the dome and plate are separate. The little figures and bottle brush trees were from Etsy.

 

 

 

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@Jasmine19  Thankl you.  Here is one very small cloche I made a few years ago, and one larger.

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I made a  pillowcase for my great grandson - his team is Ohio State - he's just a little guy, nothing he will be excited about but his dad and mom will like it....

 

I also made his sister a  memory box - inexpensive wood box that is painted and lined with fabric on the inside - and then I put her newborn baby  photo on the top of the box - (mod podge craft) and then print out photos taken of her with different family members.  It's big enough for a lock of hair and her first tooth as well.