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29-11-2011 06:25 #14
We also brought heaps of cheap balls for the tree from woolies and decorated them with littler pens and sequins and feathers ect. They look fantastic too!! It was only $2 for a pack of 6 big ones.
29-11-2011 06:37 #15
OK I'm back on the pc so here's what we are planning to make:
- cardboard christmas trees and decorate with glitter (here)
- snowflakes (here)
- toilet paper roll santas (here)
- triple stars (here) (light enough to hang on the tree)
And if i get all that done I will be making myself a stiff gin & tonic to finish! lol
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29-11-2011 07:03 #16
They also are selling at Kmart for $15 a christmas craft tub with all activities like wreaths rudolph headband etc.
30-11-2011 20:17 #17
I have one of those Kmart tubs, def recommend them.
I've been searching Pinterest, I have just saved links I liked as I'm waiting for an invite. (if anyone has Pinterest I'd LOVE an invite!)
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