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Hmmm, maybe I can redeem myself for the sweater of my hubby's that I shrunk years ago...by making him a hat this year. Thanks for the great idea!
That doesn't look like the kind of fusible I have in my stash, but I love the idea...might have to get out and find some! I have plenty of origami patterns.
Thanks for the brilliant solution to a problem I've had too!
Great idea and fun way to make it. My boys and I will probably try it!
This is a good tutorial, thank you! I made polymer clay buttons before, but I really like your ideas about molding premade buttons. I'll try that next time!
This is really beautiful. Do you have a close-up or larger photo we can see?
I really like this, thank you for sharing! I'll surely try it!
I would like to see the finished product on you...what do you think?
So do these keep the sandwiches fresh for any amount of time, or are they just good for a short hike up the hill to the picnic spot??
Well, I'll have to try it!! I love to be eco-friendly.
I loved Betz's first book, I'd love to have this one to go with it. Thanks for the opp!
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