What's the best way to make a wreath for your kitchen?
This baking pan was leftover from a junking trip a couple of years ago...
These jingle bell ornaments were leftovers from a project from last year...
Just add E6000 and some leftover burlap ribbon and you have the recipe for the easiest wreath ever cooked up!
Jingle Bell Ornaments
Recipe: Mix all ingredients together and have a Merry Christmas!
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