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  • Camille Resetar

    rick rack Christmas crafts

  • Sande Weinhold

    Rickrack Ornaments Rickrack seems to shimmy and skip, its dips and points all but doing a dance. Add it to any surface, and expect a smile. You can weave it into decorative braids, gather it with needle and thread to fashion flowers, or stiffen it to create wreaths, holly clusters, and candy canes.

  • Cheri Ellwood

    Rickrack Christmas Ornaments - Martha Stewart Crafts

  • Solange Rennó

    Rickrack Christmas Crafts | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

  • ireneekins

    Christmas Tags.

  • Barbara Omlor

    Rickrack Christmas Ornaments Twisted trim can be used to make candy cane ornaments. Because of rickrack's wavy weave, two pieces of it can be made into a single strand with interlocking points. Use embroidery or other fabric scissors to cut two equal lengths of a single color, or one in each of two hues for a candy-stripe effect. Intertwine the two pieces. The result will look bumpy; press it with a steam iron on high heat. Snip the ends evenly, and glue them together. Allow to dry.

  • Tiffany Taylor

    Rickrack flower ornaments

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