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First I want to thank all of you who have sent in pictures of the adorable items made with my patterns. I just love them.
The previous "Crafters Appreciation" page we didn't feel brought justice to those items so we changed it a bit.
Take a look and tell us what you think.
If you are using any of these patterns to create something for a child,
please read this first.
New Line of Celebration Ornies
Ornies pictured above include:
Little Annie Witch, Little Annie ScareCrow., Annie Birthday Celebration,
and Little Snowman Christmas Pocket Ornie.
I absolutely love decorating my home, not only for Christmas and the different holidays, but also for every seasonal change and special occasion.
As stated, this is a brand new line of ornies for me
so I am still working on the designs.
But...check back often as I complete each ornie pattern for your enjoyment.
Uses:Don't attach the grapevine wreath hanger (as instructed in the pattern), make several and use them for tucks or place in a bowl with some fixins for a simply adorable prim centerpiece for your table. Elaborate a little and use your imagination; add them to large or small wreaths, use as peg hangers, or include them as a little something extra with a larger Annie doll or other special pattern.
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