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Nov 27, 2011

It’s beginning to look a little like Christmas…

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062    053 I’m just being busy crafting and doodling around in my sewing room…and singing Christmas songs in my head while I work.

34 comments:

  1. I love love love the first set of trees..so pretty and elegant with the ribbon and beads!

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  2. These are both just adorable ornaments!

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  3. Will you please share what you need to make the cute ribbon ornaments (besides ribbon)? They are so cute and I would love to make them with my grandchildren. Thanks for the cute pictures and ideas.

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  4. JUst love what you are doing...

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  5. I am crazy about your ribbon trees - very, very cute.

    The yo-yo trees are adorable. My goodness you've been very busy.

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  6. such cute stuff. I'll be ready for Christmas decorating next weekend, not just yet ;)

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  7. Love those little ribbon trees they are just gorgeous and the yo-yo trees are so cute xxx

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  8. Very lovely ornaments! Yes, it is beginning to look like Christmas!

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  9. Your Christmas ornaments are just lovely Annette... Love the little ribbon trees and the yo-yo trees are gorgeous. You are so clever xx

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  10. Wow ! I had never see ribbon trees. It's adorable, thank you so much for sharing the tuto.

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  11. My, aren't you creative! I love your ornaments! Such perfect projects for this time of year! Looks like nothing but fun to me!

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  12. Where's the tutorial for the ribbon trees?

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  13. That's sweet, thanks for the tutorial!

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  14. Oh I love these yoyo Christmas trees !!! very cute ornaments !!!

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  15. I love the Ribbon trees! I am thinking they might be fun to do with my 4th graders at school. Do you have a tutorial you can share?

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  16. Echoing the others. I love your ribbon and pearl trees! Did you just thread a needle to get these done?

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  17. Love your ornaments. Can you please provide a list of what you need or a tutorial for both the ribbon trees and the yo-yo trees. My daughters would like to make these for next year.

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  18. where is the tutorial?
    do I have to be a member or something?
    Vickie

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  19. Just saw your ribbon and bead Christmas trees on Pinterest. I'm in love! So simple and a great way for my girls to make ornaments that coordinate with my other decorations! Can't wait for the next ribbon sale!

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  20. I absolutely love this idea and think I will do it for my ornaments this year.

    Newest Follower.
    Ashley
    astrongertoday.blogspot.com

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  21. Very cute!!!
    Tutorial???

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  22. I love your ribbon trees with lovely beads. Great effect! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Love to know how you did your ribbon trees and a supply list thanks these are great! (:

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  24. found her tutorial here

    http://sunshineyellow-stitches.blogspot.com/2011/11/ribbon-tree-tutorial.html

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  25. cute and smart idea.

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  26. The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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  27. The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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  28. The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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  29. Ohhhhh I love the trees - what cleverness. I love your whole blog.

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  30. I love this, I see there is a tutorial ... where do I find it please?

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  31. I would really love a tutorial for your ribbon xmas trees, they are beautiful! Where can I find one please? X

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