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  • ~Cheryl Ruebel~

    DIY Ornaments- Filled with leftover yarn and thread for color - #Christmas #Ornaments

  • Katie Elizabeth

    Don't know what to do with those yarn scraps? Make some holiday cheer by using them to fill glass ornaments! One person added: "Include an ornament with a gift made from the yarn..." Great idea!

  • Petra Hinch

    For the knitter: Yarn - 75 Ways to Fill Clear Glass Ornaments {Homemade Christmas Ornaments} - Refunk My JunkRefunk My Junk

  • Kym Barry

    Christmas craft: Yarn-filled ornaments - what a neat idea and they look sooo pretty

  • Amy's World

    diy christmas ornaments | 10 DIY Christmas Tree Glass Ornaments » Photo 9

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