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Making old-fashioned Santas (edition 1994)

by Candie Frankel, Beverly Karcher

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Title:Making old-fashioned Santas
Authors:Candie Frankel
Other authors:Beverly Karcher
Info:New York : London : Sterling] , Cassell [distr. 1994 ;
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Tags:Christmas, crafts, Victorian era

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Making Old-Fashioned Santas by Candie Frankel

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Victorian style ornaments and Christmas decorations. Some of the tinsel tree ornaments use cutouts of angels or children, so it's not all Santas but all very Victorian. Lots of ideas suitable for reusing old Christmas cards. ( )
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A collection of old-fashioned Santa projects, ranging from Santas to eat, to ones to set on the mantlepiece. Each project includes patterns ready to trace, diagrams, colour photographs and simple instructions.

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