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  • Brenda Becker

    Ornaments are half the fun or a Christmas tree and there's no room to skimp in this alternative tree idea. Hang them to an old window screen for some rustic flair or carefully hot glue to a piece of shaped cardboard to put anywhere.

  • kim berthusen

    Marsha...for you and your old screen supply: Christmas tree of ornaments on an old window screen.

  • Dixie Weaver

    Fun idea with Christmas ornaments and and an old screen door (did this and turned out great)...

  • Lindsay Jourdan

    vintage Christmas decor using old screen and ornaments. I love this idea!

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Old plaid shirts are recycled into ornaments! Cut shirts into fabric strips ... wrap assorted Styrofoam balls ... hang with ribbon or pile into a bowl/basket. (I'd like to do this with some old plaid shirts from my dear farmer father. Great keepsake idea for any "favorite" fabrics or garments!)

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