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terra cotta pot Christmas Soldiers

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 1, 07 at 21:49

A gal on GJ forum found these at a yard sale for $5. I thought they were darling, and look easy to make. Some paint and 5 terra cotta pots. You can use any size pots, depending on how big you want your soldier. I've added to these to the album, and hope to make some next year myself.

hugs, Karen

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RE: terra cotta pot Christmas Soldiers

They are darling! I'll look at yours, cause those babies don't look easy to store!!


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RE: terra cotta pot Christmas Soldiers

Those are cute, but don't think I would want to store them either.


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RE: terra cotta pot Christmas Soldiers

Karen, those are real cute. I've seen other things like Santas and Snowmen made from the pots too. I think Pack O Fun and Crafts and Things magazines have ran several of them in past years. Luvs


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