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  • Eliza Anne Handbags

    Love this idea! Paper-Stuffed Christmas Ornament with music sheets! Make TJ a Christmas tree like this?

  • Shelly Moon

    Paper-Stuffed Christmas Ornament Stuff a clear ornament ball with pages from a battered book to add a handmade accent to your Christmas tree. Materials Two pages (or photocopies) of text from a book Paper trimmer Round glass ornament: clear 8-inch length of 1/8-inch-wide satin ribbon: black. *I should do this for Sam's first Christmas tree and use all her songs she played for festivals!

  • Marie Lowder

    I'll be making this one for B. Now, what song should I use... Sheet music ornament

  • Jacquie Caspari

    Love this idea! Paper-Stuffed Christmas Ornament with music sheets! Perfect for music teachers.

  • Emily Seitz

    "Great idea- put the song you and your husband danced to as gift for your first christmas tree together"

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