Twinkle, Twinkle BIG Star

November 22nd, 2008 in member junk     
junkermidge junkermidge, member
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I was thinking up ideas for a topper for my junk tree and decided I needed a star.  I thought I would cut up a couple yardsticks to do it.  Then I thought "Hey, why cut up perfectly good old yardsticks when I could make a REALLY BIG star."  So that's what I did.  It was easy, only took a few minutes.  Maybe people have been doing this since the dawn of time (so I apologize if this is old news), but it seemed revolutionary to me.  Cheap, easy, big impact, and fun!  Now I just have to figure out a different tree topper.   


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (7)

junkermidge writes: I just have to come clean on the color thing. I didn't have that many yardsticks to choose from so I had to use a few
plain ones. But since my red and green paint cans were already out, I gave it the ol' smear and wipe treatment. No
one is the wiser (well, now except all 1200+ of you). Now,
I can sleep soundly tonight. Thanks for your comments.

Midge

Candy -- not sure yet where it will go, but somewhere with big wall space. Posted: 10:40 pm on November 23rd
bev1955 writes: Very cute idea! Love, the colors too! Posted: 10:25 pm on November 23rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love all the great colors! Have you decided where to hang it?

Candy Posted: 9:18 am on November 23rd
suewhitney writes: Junkermidge does it again! Very cool.

Be well,
Sue Posted: 12:20 am on November 23rd
csudderth writes: What a great idea. I love projects that are quick and easy.
Christy Posted: 9:37 pm on November 22nd
MimiToria writes: I've not seen this done before, but it doesn't mean it hasn't. However, it is a great little project and a cool recycle use of yard sticks. Fun to make such a statement with the large size too. Thanks for sharing.
Gretchen Posted: 9:14 pm on November 22nd
AtticusFinch writes: What a dramatic statement. I collect yard sticks too. Posted: 7:59 pm on November 22nd
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