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Welcome to the 4th day of Christmas (2013) guests and giveaway. Today you are in for a treat. My talented Proverbs 31 ministry partner Sharon Glasgow is joining us. She is a sought-after speaker, a blogger and a homemaking genius! She gardens, raises goats and chickens and makes many homemade foods and decor for her house. You will love her ideas here for homemade ornaments.
Now, here’s Sharon:
I love a tree filled with homemade Christmas ornaments. It’s nostalgic, warm, personal and brings back memories of the good ole days years later. Making them is a great way to spend family time together on Christmas break. Enjoy creating your own memories! Merry Christmas!
Wagon Wheel Snowflake Ornaments–Made with Wagon Wheel Pasta
Supplies needed- pasta, glue, cream paint and thread
1 cup cinnamon, 3/4 cup applesauce, 2 tablespoons glue- mix all ingredients, roll out and cut! Make sure you put a hole in top before you bake for string. Bake 200 degrees for 2 hours.
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