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Old 09-05-2006, 06:02 AM   #1  
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A friend is getting married right after Christmas. She wants to hang cone-shaped pouches on each pew with rose petals in them. I am sure I have seen something like that here, but can't find it anywhere. I don't know what other keyword to use!! Can anyone help? Thank you so much!
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Well, I've always called them cornucopias, but I didn't find anything doing a search with that. They're very easy to make. It's just a quarter circle. The easiest way to get the pattern is to use a string tied to a pen or pencil. Hold one end of the string at the corner of the paper then pull the string tight and draw an arc and cut out. You can attach a tassel at the bottom before you put it together. That would be pretty for her wedding!
Here is a link to instructions for a velvet cornucopia on HGTV.com. I've made these for Christmas ornaments. You emboss the velvet with rubber stamps. It gives the directions, and they would be elegant for the wedding. HTH!
http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/cr_occasion...386294,00
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The velvet would be beautiful for a Christmas wedding. I'm sure she will love these. Thank you so much for taking the time to look it up!
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