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If you're looking for a change in
this year's Christmas decorations yet aren't willing to splurge on
shopping for new decor, then you've come to the right place.
Even more meaningful than having a new look is making the decor
We even used this in this year's
look for our shops:
SM Megamall Branch (2013)
Doesn't it look festive?
We thought you'd appreciate as well
that all the materials we used to spruce up our shops can all be
found in your own home or by charming the local seamstress for some
of her scrap cloth.
Here it is upon closeup.
We're not making the holly garlands
or lights. We're making the Christmas balls!
Red or Green scrap cloth
Ribbon or String
How to Make Christmas Balls
Make a ball by crumpling scratch
paper or newspaper tightly (around 3 inch diameter).
Cut red cloth of 13" x 13".
Wrap cloth around the paper
ball, not so tight - make sure it is smooth, not crumpled
Tie with ribbon on top and then
hang 2-3 inches from the holly. Hang these 1 foot apart in
different heights on the holly.
If you don't have any holly, grab
some branches or twigs lying about outside your home and put into a
can full of smooth stones. You can then hang the Christmas
balls on the branches and decorate with Christmas lights to complete
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