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gift charm
As the gifts were unwrapped on Christmas, I kept a sharp eye on the wooden charms that I attached to many of the presents I gave. They didn't cost much, or take long to make, but they were too cute to give up if folks didn't want them. There wasn't really a plan for what I would use them for, but in the moment, a quick necklace was fashioned.
gift charm
Even if you didn't make wooden charms for your gifts, I think this is a necklace worth making. I'm already planning to make more with other little paintings.

So, go get some wooden discs, drill or punch a hole in them, paint a little design, and wear your gift wrap! Er, I mean your artwork!

(By the way, punching holes in wooden discs is the entire reason that I bought a Crop-A-Dile. It was just too amazing for me to pass up, and I'm happy every day that I have it.)

5 comments:

  1. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [28 Dec 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  2. :) I'd love to buy one..

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  3. Anonymous10:26 AM

    where did you buy the discs, mollie?

    thank you.

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  4. I get them at Hobby Lobby or JoAnn. They are with the woodcrafts.

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  5. Anonymous1:00 PM

    thanks, mollie. :)

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