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Turn Over a New Leaf (and Make It Beautiful)
Mark the changes in the season by transforming colorful autumn leaves into stunning (and stunningly simple) fall crafts. Give these decoupaged projects as gifts or display around the house to savor your favorite fall memories.
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Get Hooked on DIY Accessories
Wherever this season takes you, bring along your favorite parts of fall with autumn-inspired jewelry crafts.
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Bring Out the Fall Bling
Need a rainy-day project? Create a matching set of jewelry with our versatile craft colletion.
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Make a Bold Fall Statement
Match the season's warm reds and crisp, earthy tones with our coordinating fall-inspired charms.
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Go Back to Nature
Squirrels and owls and deer, oh my! With so many critters to choose from, your DIY fall accessories are going to be wild.
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Get Inspired by Fall
Create this elegant autumn-hued necklace with just six different selections of Martha Stewart Crafts beads.
Get the instructions for the autumn beaded chevron necklace.
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Create Ombre Accessories
Just as the leaves turn in autumn, this ombre necklace transitions from green to gold to brown.
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Add Elegance with Lace
Infuse your home with instant sophistication by adding black lace to your holiday decor.
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Make Twisted Treats
Add a spooky vibe to Halloween treats with these eerie labels.
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Death by Die-Cuts
Skip the messy paints and markers and streamline your Halloween decorating with these simple cutouts and decoupage.
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What Are You Looking At?
Keep an eye on your Halloween party guests with ghastly, easy-to-decoupage eyeball glassware.
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Get in with the Trim
It's easy to transform plain kitchenware into showstopping party essentials. Just add trim around the edges of your cups and trays to create custom designs.
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Spook up your candy bowls with these easy-to-apply themed stencils.
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Get Terrifying Templates
For a quick alternative to carving pumpkins, use these simple Halloween stencils to decorate without going elbow-deep inside.
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Make your house the talk of the block this holiday by giving out these sweet treat bags to hungry Halloweeners.
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Get More Treats, Less Tricks
Keep your house safe from naughty tricksters this Halloween by using these beautifully displayed treats as bargaining chips.
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Make Mess-Free Pumpkin Crafts
You don't have to carve away at pumpkins all night to have the best-looking squash in the neighborhood. With easy-to-use paper die-cuts, you can save time and hassle while still boasting your most ghoulish gourd.
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Lose Your Head over Skull Die-Cuts
These die-cuts will chill you down to the bone. With morbid skeleton designs, macabre rib-cage cutouts, and spooky skulls, you can transform plain dishware into ghoulish party plates.
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It wouldn't be Halloween without a little trickery. Create creepy, crawly, oversize decoupaged cutouts and spook your guests with a faux insect infestation.
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Martha Stewart Crafts Decoupage
Make this your most festive Halloween yet with Martha Stewart Decoupage. With all of the tools and accessories you need to create your best Halloween crafts, shop online today at your one-stop shop for all Martha Stewart Crafts®.
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