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Refresh Old Ornaments

Kelley R. Taylor
Category Ornaments

Ideas for refreshing old Christmas ornaments.


About The Author: © Kelley R. Taylor, 2001

Kelley R. Taylor is a freelance craft and home decorating designer whose works have been published in several books, magazines and web-sites. She has appeared on The Christopher Lowell Show and Home Matters to demonstrate her ideas and runs

Refresh Old Ornaments

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January 6, 20030 found this helpful

Here are some ways that I refresh old ornaments... I use decorative trim (bought on clearance from the previous Christmas) I paint them and also use permanent markers to draw different disigns and write sayings on them.. I have given lots of these away as gifts... everyone loves them.. hope this will inspire someone... thanks

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January 6, 20170 found this helpful

A new coat of paint on an ornament will enhance it. Buy stick on letters, make a short name or initials on the ornament, glue ribbon around the ornament for a fresher look, glue small items such as stick on butterflies, doves, artificial feathers, artificial pine cones and boughs. The large ornaments can be refreshed with larger decorations.

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