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Christmas candle holder

By Catherine on Sat, 07/06/2019 - 14:34
This is an easy craft where we use two ribbons to decorate a candle holder and make it look a little more like Christmas.
To do this craft you need a candle holder, or glass jar. If you use a jar or a glass not made for candles, make shore to test that the glass.
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A new site, a new time

By Catherine on Tue, 06/11/2019 - 17:02
Things have changed here. I have new site, but not only that. When I migrated to this new site, I decided to merge all my websites into one. From the beginning I chose to separate my books, from videos and other interests. I thought it might be a little jarring to my readers if everything was in a big mismatch of different interests.

How to make a big Christmas Bow

By Catherine on Thu, 12/03/2015 - 05:01
This is a DIY video on how to make an easy big bow, with two different ribbons.
You will need two types of ribbons, a scissor, a wire cutter and 14 inch wire.

Christmas Tree Topper

By Catherine on Fri, 07/10/2015 - 19:20
This is a small Christmas Tree Topper were I enhance a simple, store bought, tree topper with the help of some ribbons and bows. The Tree Topper has a candy cane theme; since it is going in a candy cane themed Christmas tree.

How to make a small Christmas Bow

By Catherine on Fri, 11/21/2014 - 14:20
This is a nice little video on how to make a bow in a simple way. No complicated twists and turns of ribbons, just a simple cut and fold bow.
You need ribbons, wire, a scissor and a wire cutter.

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Vinden ven med ett öronbedövande ljud runt huset, ett komplext och skrämmande ljud. I bakgrunden fanns ett otäckt susande som aldrig riktigt slutade. I förgrunden knakade och tjöt det i takt med att hela huset skallrade, vilket skapade ett olycksbådande dovt ljud. Vinden fick huset att kränga och vrida sig, som om det försökte skydda sig genom att röra sig i ryckiga kvidande rörelser.

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"What are we doing here?" she quietly asked herself. "Is this crazy?"

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