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March 05, 2011


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Lynne V

I really like that idea.
Where did you get your pom pom makers?
I still use cardboard circles.

Thanks so much for sharing.


I love this idea and like the tesco red white and blue idea too

Carolyn Phillips

Love the reuse of an item that clutters up the kitchen drawers no matter how you try not to end up with them!


Pompom makers were from
They come in different sizes but beware they are very addictive!!!!


That cutie made me smile this morning, what fun Joy.


Just a heads up - Sainsbury and Tesco bags are bio-degradable - they break down over time - not sure if that will be an issue with using them as bunting? I knit with plarn (plastic bag yarn) and have to ignore those bags as they just break down too quickly!


Lynne V

Thanks for that Joy, I shall be getting myself some.


Great idea...i'm always looking for cheap ideas how to keep kids happy during hols :)


Very clever! and very cute ...


Great idea. Me too Jayne. And now Easter is coming I should think some cheap ideas to make my kids happy. Thanks for the inspiration.

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