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    orange and clove pomanders

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    medieval christmas decorations - Google Search

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    have been used since medieval times and still make lovely holiday decorations. If they dry out without getting moldy, they'll last up to a y...

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How to make an Orange and Clove Pomander for #Christmas.

  • Susanne

    remember NOT to rub your eyes while doing this !

Pomander ~ I make these every Holiday. They're easy fun to make; even with the kids! The clove-punchered oranges fill the room with a citrusy aroma you can imagine lasts a long time :) Add a ribbon if you wish; I hang 1 in every room! =o)

Pomander Display: Make this fragrant holiday arrangement with pomanders, pinecones, and holiday greens displayed on a transferware plate. Score patterns on the oranges with a citrus striper or channel knife, make pilot holes with a small nail, then stud the oranges with whole cloves. Photo Credit: Steven Randazzo

How to Make and Orange Pomander... my favorite holiday project.

Center piece - I like doing these (except for the stickiness) because of the pretty patterns and the smell.....β

Love these bead dolls - maybe I could try my hand at making them

Enjoy the scent of the season with this aromatic orange pomander centerpiece

  • Peggy Bulluck

    Did this as a little girl, now I know what to do with the girls this weekend

  • Linn Davis

    I never thought of boiling them. Bet it would be nice. Am going to do this with my grandkids in a couple of weekends!

  • Holly Brown-Legacy

    We also added them to apple cider over the stove. It tastes amazing, looks beautiful and very fragrant!

  • Debbie Gouveia

    Made these as a kid.... one of my all time favorite Holiday crafts.

  • Momy'z

    I LOVE THE SMELL OF CLOVE!! :p

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