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    We made these tealights using coloured cellophane wrapping film, PVA and some cheap glasses I found at the op shop. My next children's craft workshop will have a 'space' theme. So one of the things we make will be these tealights, using blue and purple cello and stick on stars. Please see my blog for full instructions.
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    You always do things that look quite simple to do but the outcome is really effective, do these idea's just come off the top of your head?

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    • #3
      They look fab!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Planty28 View Post
        You always do things that look quite simple to do but the outcome is really effective, do these idea's just come off the top of your head?
        Thank you! Yes, unfortunately, I spend an un usual amount of time thinking about what I can make and not enough time thinking about where I put my car keys, purse, glasses etc etc
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        • #5
          Ha ha ha - yep, that sounds like me....................

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          • #6
            I love these tealights - always looking for something simple (but not childish) for my elderly folk (most aged 80+) at the Day Centre where I volunteer as "The Craft Lady" They will love these - we will definitely be making them. Nancy
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            • #7
              They look great and will look good for the crimbo table next year.
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              • #8
                This answers someone's question what to do with quality street wrappers doesn't it?

                Nice one, Jelly.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jellyfishjelly View Post
                  We made these tealights using coloured cellophane wrapping film, PVA and some cheap glasses I found at the op shop. My next children's craft workshop will have a 'space' theme. So one of the things we make will be these tealights, using blue and purple cello and stick on stars. Please see my blog for full instructions.
                  miya
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                  I love it...it is colorful yet elegant looking...

                  Best for bedrooms...

                  I will try to do this kind of craft...Thanks for sharing it...^_^
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                  • #10
                    Really nice, gotta get round to doing this with my weekly group.
                    Regarding what to do with sweet wrappers, I read that in Cracow, Poland they make really colourful nativity churches and scenes together as a festive family activity - beautiful! Must find a pic....


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