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    Holiday Photo Projects • Ideas & Tutorials

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    Christmas gift idea

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    Homemade Photo Christmas Ornaments A couple of weeks ago I was asked to speak at a local MOPS meeting to offer ideas on holiday crafts parents can do with their preschoolers (and to go over the basics of starting a blog). This was one of my craft suggestions: Christmas Photo Ornaments What you need: Clear ornament (available at craft stores) Glitter Photograph Ribbon To make: Print a favorite photograph and cut it out using patterned edge scissors (I cut mine

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I am thinking...take a picture of baby every year at christmas. Make an ornament every year. Give set as gift when child is grown up. (back of photo could even have a special memory?)- OR good idea for grandparents, family members to have on their tree.

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