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A posted about making pomanders at Thanksgiving. I thought you might like a picture of the finished product.
Ugly, no? But they smell good!
Those little shiny spots aren’t wet, it’s where I knocked the bud of the clove off accidentally while handling it. I will wrap each one in fabric, tie it off with a ribbon and stash them in closets and drawers. This was a quick, easy project that he kids enjoyed and it produced something useful. We will make these again next year.
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