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Snowman Ornaments

This is what my youngest son's teachers are getting for Christmas. I saw these posted on a stamping message board and just loved them and new they would be great teachers gifts. Here is a tutorial on how to make these. I have several dozen glass ornaments from when I was a SU demo. Bought at 1/2 price and I got the baby socks at Target in the $1 section.

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  1. If I were your son's teacher I would love those snowman ornements. They are adorable.

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  2. Those ornaments are adorable! I love your layouts too :)

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  3. These are so cute! Your son's teacher is going to love them.

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  4. I absolutely love these, they are so great!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous ornaments.

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  6. Oh my goodness!! THESE ARE SOOO ADORABLE! :) Good job!

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  7. OMG!!! THEY ARE ADORABLE,WHAT A FAB IDEA...YOURS TURNED OUT GREAT!

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  8. Hello "Sister", I´m in your SBS4-group too... My gosh, these two snowy men are so gordeous....

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  9. These are adorable Suzanne, I am sure the teachers will love them!

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  10. I think I need to try this for my nieces and nephews! How adorable! Thanks for posting the link with the tutorial!

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  11. What a great idea!
    I will have to try making some myself.
    I love them

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  12. These ornaments are absolutely darling! I love this idea. Thanks for sharing and great job!! I can't stop smiling when I look at them!!!

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  13. OMG, these are SOOOOO cute! Off to look at the tutorial!

    Jane
    SBS4

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  14. These are so cute, what a great gift idea, i am sure they will be very much appreciated

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  15. Yanitza Ramos12/17/2007 12:36 PM

    Too cute! I really liked these.

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  16. These ornaments are just too cute!!! NOW I wish I bought Cold Play!!! LOL Great job!

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