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Hot Chocolate Christmas Tree Ornament

What are you most proud of? That even with the power out I could continue to craft away! (I had already printed up the pattern) I love the no-sew feature of this pattern. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I made these ornaments when I was snowed in after a very unusual storm blew through my neck of the woods. I had to use supplies on hand. I did have a fabric glue but it seemed to be very toxic based on the model airplane glue odor coming off of it. I choose to use my non-toxic Elmer's Glue which was a bit frustrating. The felt seemed to absorb most of the glue and I had trouble getting it to stick. I ended up with glue everywhere! Next time I make this pattern I will use the glue Betz White suggest in her pattern.

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Hot Chocolate Ornament Pattern

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Hot Chocolate Ornament Pattern

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Project Description

What are you most proud of? That even with the power out I could continue to craft away! (I had already printed up the pattern) I love the no-sew feature of this pattern. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I made these ornaments when I was snowed in after a very unusual storm blew through my neck of the woods. I had to use supplies on hand. I did have a fabric glue but it seemed to be very toxic based on the model airplane glue odor coming off of it. I choose to use my non-toxic Elmer's Glue which was a bit frustrating. The felt seemed to absorb most of the glue and I had trouble getting it to stick. I ended up with glue everywhere! Next time I make this pattern I will use the glue Betz White suggest in her pattern.

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