* plastic bird ornaments

Posted on November 26th, 2011 by maitreya. Filed under Holiday.


Last year I made cutout ornaments from a piece of Ikea fabric ironed on to backing.  This year I was even lazier and used cutouts from sturdier plastic placemats.  Hole punch and they’re done.  My mom and sisters helped cut them out when they visited a couple of weeks ago.  The Ikea codename is Klistrig.

I like that they’re Charlie Harper-esque.

If you would like one, I’d be happy to trade cards and/or ornaments.  Just shoot me an email (maitreya@craftlog.org) with your address.



4 Responses to “plastic bird ornaments”

  1. lisa s Says:

    cuteness !
    i was going to email you for an updated addy – holiday card time and all… not sure if i have your latest one…
    i still have the yeti from years ago !
    xx

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  3. purejuice Says:

    awesome, i have linked to you. hope it’s ok.

  4. purejuice Says:

    oops, forgot to include the link. a thousand pardons.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/purejuice/6648380247/in/photostream

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