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Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

Posted by shysue (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 11, 10 at 9:31

I had a lot of people coming for Christmas and needed a large centerpiece for my table. I painted a pair of old ice skates, put them on a table mirror (both bought at yard sales) and made myself one.


Ice Skate Centerpeice

New use for ice skates


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

That is absolutely beautiful!

You are so talented and creative.

Rusty


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

Love how you anchored them, what a beautiful, magical setting!! Did you put this 1 on "Holidays Forum"? you should they would love it!! Jan


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

That is wonderful!! Where did you find the clear snowflakes?? I have been looking all over for just such a thing!!
Thanks for posting, and ditto Sunny...please post this on the Holiday Forum.

J


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

Thank you all so much. I followed your suggestions and posted on the Holiday forum. Jaybird, the clear snowflakes were a garland I got after Christmas a few years ago. I just cut it apart to get the single flakes.


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

Thanks Sue...after I saw yours, I looked at Joann Fabs and found some "flakes" in the scrapbook department clearance! They are mirrored, so will work perfectly. Thank you for giving me the idea!!
J


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RE: Old Ice Skates to Centerpiece

That is sooo pretty. You did a great job. TFS.


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