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jenntaker -We tried some stiffening stuff by Aileen's but ended up using just plain white glue diluted with a little water :)
I don't remember which video it was on this link
http://my.bhgscrapbooksetc.com/bett ... 1?sssdmh=dm17.286962&esrc=sblsdr but the scanner was used to scan kids artwork from school & it was sized down (because fingerpaint art is usually really big) to fit a scrapbook page - or it could be used as a bookcover - it would last longer if it were covered with a clear paper or contact paper.
When it was sized down the image was saved to file then printed & used on the page -- in one instance a little coat was scanned because the mom realized that she wouldn't be able to keep it forever in the closet & the detail showed up really well so it was used on another scrapbook page !
It would be really cute (too) if a picture of the little girl wearing the coat was placed on the page along with the scanned version of the coat!
I know this has very little to do with Christmas ornaments & I apologize so to get back to that - how about making something along the same lines as memory quilts , "memory ornaments" ? Old clothing made into cute oraments with maybe even a picture of the person the item was worn by added onto it & the year !
When you made the string ornaments, what did you use on the string? I remember making these years ago, and I'd like to try them this year.
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