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"Steal the spotlight at all of your Christmas parties this season with this handmade Fabulous Felt Christmas Poinsettia Necklace from The Tote Trove! Striking against a white or black sweater or blouse, this fun, festive piece decks the halls like no other accessory. It also makes a unique gift or even a conversation-starting white elephant prize!"
I wish I could've increased the exposure on these photos a bit, but when I did, Etsy sent me a message informing me that my files were too large. This is especially odd because I've received these types of messages only since updating my photo editing software. There must be a way around it, though; maybe later I'll experiment with increasing the exposure in increments to determine where Etsy's cut-off point is.
But for now I must be moving on to more turkey-related activities.
(I like to think all my catalog reading has finally paid off. Truth be told, I've always been a little jealous of Elaine's J. J. Peterman catalog writing gig on "Seinfeld.")
Initially, these bags were going to be it for my holiday line. But then I got to thinking, and before I knew it, the idea monster had nabbed me again, and I was in line in A. C. Moore with a basketful of felt and all sorts of other random items (including 10 large foil stars to hang from my living room ceiling for Christmas. But more on that later.) So, tomorrow the Christmas-themed fabulous felt necklace-making adventure begins. Once that's done, it's on to more neutral fare such as felt hamburger and cupcake necklaces. What can I say; junk food just makes me feel at home.