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Materials: 10" embroidery hoop (inner ring only), string/fishing line, paper, scissors and glue*
Begin by choosing a color palette and theme for your mobile. If you wish to use a different theme, choose shapes that are symmetrical in order to create a three dimensional effect. Mix it up!
* Note: Rubber cement works well for this project because it does not wrinkle paper, and it allows time to line up the edges of your shapes perfectly. Use rubber cement in a well-ventilated area.
Heidi Kundin is the mom of 3 and author of www.happinessishomemade.net
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