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October 16, 2003

Tampon angel ornaments

by Feòrag

An ordinary tampon is transformed into a glittering angel with the aid of Suney's Tampon angel pattern - You would never know she belonged anywhere other than your tree!!!! People have to look long and hard to figure out where that little darlin really is from!!! (via Teresa Nielsen Hayden)

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1: Posted by: Mona-Lisa | November 21, 2003 11:40 PM

I just love the Tampon Angels......I had to have a hysterectomy and had no clue what to do with the tampons sitting in my vanity. Well thanks to you I have found a way of using them.....and to make something beautiful too.
Thank you so much. God Bless and Happy Holidays.
Warmest Regards,

Wax lyrical

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