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Mitten Christmas Ornament

As you know, young children tend to lose things. My son recently lost a mitten and I just didn't want to throw away the remaining one. So I decided to turn it into a Christmas tree ornament. I sewed on a ribbon to hang it with. I wrote with glitter glue, his name, the month, and year. Now it goes on the tree, and will be put up every year. Years from now, he'll ask about it and I'll have a memory to share and a date to go with it.


By Nicky from St. Thomas, ON


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January 5, 20090 found this helpful

Yes, and if it's a new mitten they make cute gift card holders as well.

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