Puzzle Piece Christmas Ornaments

Puzzle Piece Christmas Ornaments

[Editor's Note: If your like me and have kids - you have random puzzle pieces. Somehow we manage to lose at least 2-3 pieces for every puzzle. That being the case I have oodles of large-ish random puzzle pieces laying around that are waiting to be converted into something new and fresh. How about a Christmas ornament? - Jen]

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Ornament #2

Michele received her puzzle pieces from a friend and had this to say: "Today's ornament story began a while ago, back here in February, when I received several puzzle pieces in a package from my bloggy friend Melissa. I'm fairly certain it was a bit of an unspoken crafty challenge on her part, eh Melissa? Like: "What can you make with these, Michele?" Well, I finally took the bait, 9 months hence, and here's the concoction I mixed up...”

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Ornament #2


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