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christmas 2010

Christmas Pegs!

The fairies and I made these little cuties yesterday. Simple Christmas shaped felt cut outs hot glued to wooden pegs.
We preferred the red and green Christmas tree shape and used smaller sized wooden pegs. You can get in a range of different sizes from Hands Ashford craft store here in Christchurch and use any colour felt you desire and match your Christmas themes.

Several similar pegs make striking decorations in a line, secured to a ribbon garland, on the tree or placed around the home to secure all sorts of things - napkins, greeting cards, other decorations, fairy lights, gift and goodie bags, Christmas to do lists and notes or use them as gift tags.

You could also number them and clip them on envelopes for another simple Advent calendar idea.
I'm sure you can think of other ideas for them too, please feel free to share them with us in the comments and let us know if you too, make a set of Christmas pegs.

Christmas 2010 Front Cover Table of Contents Gluten Free Gathering Buckwheat Blini Lamb with Quinoa, Apricot and Almond Stuffing Leek and Greens
Roast Potatoes with Oregano and Feta Frozen Figgy Pudding A Christmas Turkey Dinner Potato Baskets with Salt and Pepper Prawns Turkey Roulade with Apple Cranberry and Pecan Stuffing Confetti Roasted Root Medley
Steamed Broccoli with Sundried Tomato Butter Individual Christmas Puddings De-constructed Trifle Tiramisu Vanilla Extract Windsor Blue
Petits Fours Cranberry and Orange Macarons Shortbread White Christmas Florentines Peppermint Marshmallow Tarts Advent Calendar
First of December Second of December Third of December Fourth of December Fifth of December Sixth of December
Seventh of December Eighth of December Nineth of December Tenth of December Eleventh of December Twelfth of December
Thirteenth of December Fourteenth of December Fifteenth of December Sixteenth of December Seventeenth of December Eighteenth of December
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