First Christmas Project

November 22nd, 2008 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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Plates , glasses , and glue thats it.
Plates and glasses found in two different thrift stores.
Cookies for Santa maybe?
Plates , glasses , and glue thats it.

Plates , glasses , and glue that's it.


Well I don't want to hurt myself starting out with something too difficult but I must say that even a small child could do this. I'm pretty sure y'all can figure this one out on your own. I'll show them in a setting when I decorate the store for the Holidays next week. Happy Thanksgiving Everybody!!!Geo


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Georgia Moon Junk
posted in: member junk, seasonal, plant holder, glass, candle holder, kitchen, dining room, green, traditional, red

Comments (6)

fellowjunker writes: So sweet Geo!!! So.....what kind of glue did you use?? I recently tried that gorilla glue and what an icky, sticky mess I made. I love Candy's idea of filling up the glasses with treats.
xojanis Posted: 9:52 pm on November 23rd
Chovey writes: Cute project! Now you're on a roll...!!!!!

cynthia Posted: 7:17 pm on November 23rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: After you assemble, turn those puppies upside down and fill with goodies, ie peppermint sticks, snow ball candies, berries, greenery. Cover with a paper towel, flip back over, pull the towel out and your treats are inside the glass.

Very cute!

Candy Posted: 9:41 am on November 23rd
suewhitney writes: You gogo JOJO! Darling!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 12:33 am on November 23rd
mschuey2 writes: Creative,cute,multi functional
What could be better?
Some warm holiday cookies on those great looking servers you made
Good job!Mschuey 2 Posted: 8:49 pm on November 22nd
italianpeasant writes: geo, so cute & so simple :) now you can start on the bedbench, i think you can master it now LOL gio Posted: 6:39 pm on November 22nd
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