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pretty Dollar store Hurricanes

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Wed, May 5, 10 at 0:23

In case you've somehow missed the craze of creating lovely hurricanes ala Dollar stores, check out how these look on this gal's blog. I recently made two myself, tho haven't yet taken pictures. I will this week. So easy to do, and great to decorate for all the holidays!
(by the way, us Garden Junker's use the clear GE silicone II for doors and windows. Holds super well. Remove with razor blade if you need.

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: dollar store hurricanes

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RE: pretty Dollar store Hurricanes

TFS Karen...
I remember when we all got the 'craze' at Christmas, to make them. I like how this gal used the different shaped hurricanes besides the straight cylinder ones.
I have to remember the
GE silicone. What a great idea.
You have to show us the ones you just made...


RE: pretty Dollar store Hurricanes

Oooo , thanks for sharing this. I've been contemplating a way to make a nice presentation of a memorial candle for DHs mother for the wedding and this is it.
I can put together the hurricane for the candle and then use a tiny piece of elastic to put the corsage that she would be wearing if she were still with us on the globe itself. Perfect!

RE: pretty Dollar store Hurricanes

I still love mine that I made last fall and use them with everything. I was at Family Dollar the other day and they had some really nice top parts. They were $3.00 but they were bigger. Plus my dollar tree no longer has the tall straight type.

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