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Simple Ruffle Table Runner

I always have a problem finding a runner to fit my long dining room table so I usually put together my own. Not only is it inexpensive but I am able to find exactly what I want with the large selection of fabrics available. Since my dining room furniture is dark, I thought I would …
  • Veronica

    Recycled sweater vases. Just cut out sleeves of old sweaters and glue to plain vases. Makes good fall center pieces. Use the other parts of the sweater and just sew where they meet together. ** I filled mine with different sticks from all types of bushes from the yard and added some pearls and pine cones. Looks AWESOME!!!

  • Connie Roth

    Recycled Sweater Vases (~Looks so good as a cozy candle holder in winter. I might miss a fireplace just a wee bit less. Just not sure of the safety.)

  • Rene Deardurff

    Use old sweater sleeves over cheap vases for winter decor! LOVE THIS!!! Gonna have to look at the thrift stores for some old cable knit sweaters!!!

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