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Those are super cute! Great project to do with the girls! Thanks! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Those stars are very pretty! I am gonna check out the tutorial:)Thank you for sharing:)
Love these! I may add them to my list of craft projects. Thanks for sharing them.I hope you had an awesome Thanksgiving!frugalfineliving.com
Mary they are just adorable...hmmmmm 'music' stars, perfect to rest on the tops of the Christmas stockings of all four of my grandchildren! I need to check that tutorial, and play! Have a quiet weekend! Is it snowing at your house? Sending snowflakes from Central PA!
These are really neat! Bet you could find one piece of sheet music and copy it, instead of using all the 'good stuff'. Hope you had a great turkey day. Got some crafting friends coming over tonight and trying to tidy up my space enough to accommodate that!! Enjoy your snowy day. Trying to make a list for a quick run out later...gallon of milk or 2, coffee for my friends-we don't drink it and we used ours on Thanksgiving...maybe even a little more wool for a craft for later.
I love these too! Thanks for sharing the link :)Hugs,Donna
I love those stars too but when I picked them up and saw the price I had to put them down again!Kathie
I definatly want to make these!
These homemade star decor makes me feel nostalgic. I've made some of those when i was still in highschool as a pastime hobby and now i almost forgot how to make one. Busy and rush life is so sad. Nevertheless, I like your blog! wow account for sale
They're sweet! My daughter would love to make them. She's very good at folding. Her Uncle taught her how to fold fancy napkins, she learned faster than the university students who worked for him! Guess who dresses up my dining table? : )~Andrea~
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