Shoebox: Christmas Crafts
Check out these fun Christmas craft ideas sent in by viewers.
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Another viewer who was inspired by Becky's snowmen was Doris Nikolai of San Diego, Calif. Doris said that she had never worked with polymer clay before, but once she started making the snowmen, she didn't want to stop. Though Doris started out by making the snowmen ornaments, she then made a few elf ornaments and then mouse ornaments until she had enough for everyone at their family Christmas dinner. She made stands from cut paper towel tubes, printed the names on the tubes, and placed an ornament on the top. Doris took a photograph of her many ornaments/place card/table favors and printed it out on a large sheet of paper; then she folded it into the "Just a little hello" folds that Michael Strong had demonstrated on the show.
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