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  • Gale Rodgers

    OMG...what a clever idea. DIY Christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone.

  • Jodi R.

    Winter string tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone; voila! Can also use twine.

  • Maureen Connolly

    string christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone; voila!

  • Pablo Armijo

    Christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmers glue, dry, take away cone; voila! holidays

  • House of 34

    Christmas decor using yarn and Elmers glue

  • Kelley Marker

    Christmas Craft!! Christmas tree: cover cone with saran wrap, wrap with yarn, slather with Elmer's glue, dry, take away cone; voila!

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  • Anne Marie

    I love these, going to make in all sizes and colors!

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