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  1. Hostess Gift: Personalized Photo CD

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    Staying with friends this summer? Show your gratitude by sending them a photo CD of your trip. Save digital images to a disc, and then personalize it further by adhering a print to the top. It's easy with specialized CD/DVD labels (officedepot.com).

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    Martha Stewart Living, August 2009
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  2. Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts

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    Martha chats about the creation of her latest book, "Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts."

    A comprehensive visual reference for beginners and experienced sewers alike, the book covers the basics of sewing by hand or machine, along with five other time-honored crafts techniques, and step-by-step instructions for more than 150 projects.

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    Get a sneak peek at a selection of fun projects from the book.

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    The Martha Stewart Show, March 2010
  3. Button Hair Clips

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    You'll want to fashion lots of these pretty hair clips (enough for friends -- and a few to keep). Using heavy thread, sew a button or two to the top of a colored bobby pin (for a flower, first sew button to a felt leaf). Stamp name on card stock, cut slit, and insert hairpin.

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    Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 20 November/December 2005
  4. Stylish Storage Boxes with Labels

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    Stylish and functional, these storage boxes are treasured by Living's decorating editorial director, Kevin Sharkey: "It's a practical way to bring color into your home or your office." 

    Covered in embossed matelasse paper with contrasting trim, the exquisite handmade containers come in a range of hues, shapes, and sizes, all the better to hold papers, shoes, and other objects. We've personalized ours with labels.

    Download the Labels Here

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    Martha Stewart Living, September 2009
  5. Clothespin Photo-Hangers

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    Clothespins can be used to organize and hang papers, photos, and cards when they're turned into refrigerator magnets. To make them, remove the springs from wooden clothespins, and lightly sand wood with sandpaper. Coat with acrylic paint; let dry. Reattach springs, and affix a small magnet to 1 side of each pin with multipurpose cement.

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    Mighty round magnets; $12.99 for 16; Container Store; containerstore.com.

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    Martha Stewart Living, April 2008
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