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Thursday, December 08, 2011

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NanaBeth W

These are adorable and I something I can do.I am super impressed with the one handed scotch tape move-you are so coordinated-wow!

Iris

I love these! All the colors and patterns you used are beautiful!

Susan Beth

I will be making these ornaments this weekend - great video! Love it.

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How fun! I love these. I'm going to try and make them to decorate my family holiday baskets! They are gorgeous!

I'm definitely sharing these on my facebook page!

Jacqueline Arroyo
HandArt Design Studios

Kris

Awesome! What size are the circles.

vintagegal

Fun craft-very quick and easy! Thanks.

Theresa

Too bad the screen was obstructed by advertisements. And then the video kept stopping.

chrisd

Awesome . I came from Crafts Critique .We lost nearly all our Christmas ornaments in a flooded basement last spring, this will come in handy for creating new ones. Thanks a bunch!.

Tasos Apartmani

Wow! I have to admit that whole process is rather demanding but the final result is simply fantastic. Congrats on an idea and implementation :)

Judy H

These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing how to make them. agent3547 at aol dot com

alice hancock

I just made this with your video and it turned out great! Thank you!!

StarMeadow

Very nice. I can see them in stiffened fabric too.

Terri

Melissa,
I don't mind waiting through an initial 15-20 second ad, no problem. I don't even mind having to close out an overlay ad once the video starts. But having that same overlay pop up over and over and over no matter how many times you close it, it still reopens.
The ads cover up the bottom third of the video, and therefore covers up what you are doing with your hands in the tutorial.

Ok, I understand that you get revenue from ads, I have no problem with that. At all. Really. But come on.

Anya

Love them!

Domain

Great information here, thanks for sharing this valuable information!

KrisB

Just found your ornament. I can't wait to try it. And I may use heat n bond to fuse two fabrics to make them two sided.

JAN SMYTHE

Absolutely beautiful work and love, love, love all your creativity!!

Amita Pillai

Beautiful work! Melissa. Your fingers do wonders on paper and crafts come out so easily dear.You are awesome! Keep doing and encourage our todays young minds towards creativity. What a better way to keep their minds occupied! I am an art n craft teacher from Sharjah. and also teach french for my Indian students. Would like to be your friend. Thanks.

Martha Lofton

I like this ornament or flower that you made. It seems so simple. I will try it and add it on my list to try.
thanks
Martha Lofton

Martha Lofton

I would really love to make this ornament. is there anyway to get written instructions ? I don't sell my ideas or my crafts. I give them out of love. thanks.
Martha Lofton

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