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  1. Ruth Christianson

    Nice! I like your fabric garland! Just a note on the paper garlands, though. I made one with narrower width and shorter length strips out of Christmas wrapping paper of various colors just for fun one year. I put it on a ficus tree I had. It was lightweight so it didn't harm the tree. Later, for storage, I gave it its own box to prevent crushing of the loops. This year, I draped it on the mantle, and I love the simplicity of it and the cheerful colors from the wrapping paper. I love DIY Christmas projects! I might try your (from your other video) Mod Podging the fabric on the clear ornament also with added glitter. I always seem to have scraps of fabric! Thank you!

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  2. Sherry Rook

    I love it. I’ve been making your Fabric Christmas Ornaments on the styrofoam balls they came out very nice. Your Avery good teacher. Thank you so much.

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  3. Sue Keida

    Hi Jennifer, I made this and it's so beautiful on our tree! I did it just a bit differently. I cut the pieces in half and I love the way they turned out. Everyone is complimenting me this year on the new look for our tree. Thanks so much!

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  4. Susan Allen

    How great!! My idea while watching this is to make reversible placemats and matching or co-ordinating napkin rings. I was gifted the Olfa cutter and pinking blade. Time to put them to use. 🙂

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  5. yani angelicstyle

    Sadly I have no where around here that carries an assortment of pretty materials, I will do this with paper which I know won't last for not yr but want to make it🎄⛄

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  6. Patricia Lane

    is the second piece of heat n bond necessary?  couldn't you put heat n bond on one piece of fabric, trim,  peel the backing, then adhere the backing fabric?  or do you need the two layers of heat n bond for stiffness?

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