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    Ideas for tulle circles??

    My mother in law gave me a huge box of tulle circles, all different colors and sizes, so, I was wondering if anyone had any crafty ideas for their use??

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    You could make sachets out of them. Just put some potpourri in the middle and tie them with pretty ribbon, then you could put them in drawers to keep stuff smelling nice.

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    http://www.geocities.com/imwenders/Y/Example/Tulle.html

    http://www.yourweddingcompany.com/in...ategoryId/109/

    http://www.geocities.com/imwenders/Y/Example/Swag.html

    http://www.longislandweddingflowers....Decorating.htm

    http://www.bwedd.com/CEBride/CEBNewsletter_29.asp

    http://www.usabride.com/frugal/a_flwr_recept.html

    http://www.herbsearch.com/bridal/favor_ideas.htm

    http://www.***********.com/CraftIdea...RS_Action=Find('craftID','148')&CraftID=148

    http://www.craftyjan.com/page5.html

    Here's some ideas. I hope this helps you a little.

    I use it for wrapping my gift baskets. It's great. Stays together, doesn't fray, gathers well, stays in place. I also have used coodinating colors (christmas, birthday, halloween, easter) to decorate chairs, tables, cut into placemats.

    Good luck.
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    These are great - my son is getting married in October.

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    Originally posted by ********
    These are great - my son is getting married in October.
    I used these at my wedding to put the birdseed in. Then I tied off the top and put little doves and wedding rings on them (I found these at the craft store). Everybody really liked them. I used two different colors (the main ones from my ceremoney).


 

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