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Posted By Linda4atc [Profile] [Gallery] Category Other Art
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Date Posted 12-19-2020 03:27 PM Number Of Views 92
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Title Recyled into ornaments
Description The big star is made with 1 1/2inch strips of the crumpled paper from a shipping box I received. I made three of these, ruined one when painting it. The other two I painted with Nail Polish. This gave it a pretty glossy shine, But they still stink, LOL

The three tiny stars without wires are made with 1/2inch strips from the piece of the netflix envelope that you throw away. I glued three together and start the folded star with the strips that had a lot of white and save the all red ones for the last wrap. I like these they came out very neat and solid.

The tiny stars on wires are made from wrapping paper. Unfortunately my Christmas wrap is still in storage so I only had the solid colors I save for birthdays and such. I wired these to my tiny tree and greenery decorations along with some yellow wood starts I had in my craft box, and some pinecones I gathered.

And last but totally adorable, I made tiny snowmen from the soft squishy styrofoam packing peanuts. Tying the ribbon around the neck shaped it. I made the hat and carrot out of cardstock. I used a very tiny "needle tip" bottle with black paint to add "coal" eyes and buttons. The problem is that they are very delicate, the styrofoam can very easily get squished and ruin the shape.
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CiCiCreates
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Recyled into ornaments

How fun and creative! Thanks for sharing!
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So creative!!
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