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Sparking sequined craft ideas: Jeweled fruit & Christmas ornaments from the ’70s

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Sparking sequined crafts Jeweled fruit & Christmas ornaments (1972)
Elegant jeweled fruit craft project

Make these ornaments in minutes for dazzling centerpieces or decorations. It’s so easy! You simply use straight pins to attach sequins and beads to Styrofoam forms. Included in jeweled fruit kit: beads, sequins, pins, forms, plastic greenery and directions for making the following 14 fruits: one pineapple, one pear, one banana, two peaches, two oranges, two lemons, two apples, three plums.

Elegant jeweled fruit craft project

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Vintage sequined pineapple DIY craft project


Spangled, sequined Christmas balls you can make

These sparkling Christmas balls look so exquisite, you won’t believe how quick and economical they are to make. Here is one Christmas project the children can join in — with happy results. Just pin spangles, sequins and beads on pre-shaped white foam balls. Add gold filigree ornaments, large jewel-like colored beads and cords for hanging.

Spangled, sequined Christmas balls you can make

Spangled, sequined Christmas balls you can make

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  1. I would like to order the beaded fruit kit and also
    the christmas ornament kit but only see a coupon from some time ago. Are these still available?

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