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Friday, December 28, 2012

Ornament for 2012

Each year I make a special ornament for Christmas giving - generally in editions of about 24.  Some are little gifties themselves and others are used as 'tags' on larger gifts. 

Here's what I made this year...


Yes, you're not seeing things - that IS a paper clip!!

Instructions came from HERE.

10 comments:

Suztats said...

I received one of these angels years ago in a little red hat swap, so, of course the bead was red, and the ribbon purple. Cute!

liniecat said...

I got mine!!!!! ThankYOUUUUUU so much! It arrived on Christmas Eve and Im sorry..........I quite forgot in all the hubbub to tell you the package had arrived.
Shes been seated on my tree and seemed very content there.
A paperclip? How very clever, I hadnt sussed thats what it was made from.
Am under the weather but thats no excuse at all!
Happy New Year to you and yours : ) X

Mosaic Magpie said...

How clever is that!!!! Very cute and easy....that is always a winning combination.
Deb

koralee said...

You are so clever! I love it!
Hope your Christmas was merry and bright...now we are on the road to 2013...sending you many blessings for some exciting new beginnings.

FredaB said...

I also was a lucky recipient of one of these angels. So very clever. It took me a minute to recognize that it was a large clip. Thank you MA and your pattern is printed, in the envelop and just waiting for me to get to the PO. Hopefull one day this week.

Hugs

FredaB

Anonymous said...

Oh oh...you are in for a BIG surprise at Irene's next week! LOL
Mrs Noofy

kaiteM said...

I thought you had made it, very clever of you thankyou

Deepa said...

Happy New Year to you and yours,my dear...

Hugs from India,
Deepa

Joyce Garris said...

So cute and clever! I am going to put this on my list for next year! Thanks.

Joyce Garris said...

This is so clever and Cute! I am going to do this next year. Thanks!