Handmade Holiday: Paper Ornaments
October 5, 2010

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Fay Marie (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Which stickles can be heat dried? I heard that one kind will burn when heated, but another kind can be heated to dry.
Thanks.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I'm not aware any of the Stickles can be heat dried. I would not recommend doing that.
Lue (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
WoW!
I love all the designs.
Hey Paulette,
Would you concider double sided papers for the 3-D Ornaments Template? So instead of just a white the double sided paper will already shine or have a coordinating color. I know HOTP can print anything. Maybe you can offer it with another package deal.
Keep the great Webisodes coming.
I think Ann is great and a natural.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I'll keep your suggestion in mind. We do carry glimmer paper and our cardstocks are double sided but I know what you mean. Thanks for the suggestion.
karn (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
I used one of the woven star pieces of white paper or yellow paper to make candle flames. The points could be chalked to give more color. The top of the candle was heavier paper with a slit to hold the flame.
brenna (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Sooooo adorable I need to assemble an assembly line to make alot Ohhh if only my little ones could cut straight lines and I was finished with my christmas cards. great ideas
Heidi (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
I love the lanterns with snow. No time this year but next year everyone will get them for Christmas.
Patti (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Really like the video and ideas. Grat way to share the day with friends or little ones.
KathyB (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Fun templates - love the many different decorating ideas!
Barb (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Y'all make it look so easy!!! What a fun project to get the youngsters involved in; they can pick out colors & help make chains to hang up.
Annette Mullins (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
Thank you so much for this webisode!! I have some of these templates, but reading the directions was a little confused about the process. Watching you two make some of the ornaments and lanterns has not only showed me the process, but has inspired me to get my templates out and start playing. Thanks again...keep the webisodes coming!!!!
Jessica (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
What lovely little lanterns! I think I need these! TFS
pat (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
A really nice show..lots of good things..

pat
pat (posted 4 years 1 month ago)
very nice program..I learned a lot and got inspired..
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