Use A Craft Line To Dry And Display Ornaments

So after all these years of crafting and with my kids grown, I finally came up with an idea I could have used all along: my craft line. I asked my handy husband to attach a thin, but sturdy wire over my breakfast bar in the kirchen so I could allow my paper mache ornaments to dry.


I figured I'd take it down after Christmas but everyone loves the ornaments hanging there, so I decided I'll leave it up and change it with the seasons when I'm not using it for crafts.

Little ones would be proud to show everyone their latest art on this. It's prettier and neater than refrigerator art, and will accommodate 3-D items easily.

By Cindy from Waynesburg, PA


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December 18, 20090 found this helpful

Good idea and I love your window valance ;-)

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