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  1. Easter Basket Tags

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    Inexpensive baskets are adorned with clip art tags for kids to write their names on, so there are no mix-ups at your Easter-egg hunt party.

    Print onto card stock, and cut out. Punch a hole at the top, and thread with string or ribbon. Use open space to write a name on each.

    Print Easter Basket Tags

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    Martha Stewart Living, April
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  2. Asian-Inspired Christmas Tree

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    Who says Christmas trees have to be fir? Inspired by the bonsai collection at the Arnold Arboretum in his native Boston, Martha Stewart Living's Kevin Sharkey created this enchanting roost using an artificial bonsai. 

    Spray-painted gold and accented with glitter, it rises out of a traditional pot topped with moss and snow. Japanese-lantern ornaments provide a pleasing change of scale, but the crowning glories of this tree are the birds -- coated in glitter and grouped in flocks of like colors.

    Get the How-To for the Colorful Glittered Bird Ornaments

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    Martha Stewart Living, December 2009
  3. Web-Exclusive Video: Skeleton Step-by-Step

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    During a taping of "The Martha Stewart Show," makeup artist Charlie Green shows how to create a sinister skeleton look for Halloween, to be revealed at the end of the episode. Take a look.

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    Learn more about this episode, and get Charlie's Halloween makeup tips.

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    The Martha Stewart Show, October 2010
  4. Monster Fashion Show

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    Martha and Sonny Gerasimonwicz, Wild Things designer for the screen, host a fashion show featuring audience members in spectacular monster costumes.

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    The Martha Stewart Show, October 2009
  5. Can-Do Cans

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    Use our red, white, and blue designs to cover empty tin cans, then fill them with flowers (we chose sweet pea and veronica), utensils, breadsticks, and more.

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    Martha Stewart Living, July 2006
  6. Hang a Wreath Without Making Holes in the Door

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    Sometimes it's what you don't see that really counts. Suspend your holiday wreath from the top of the door frame and avoid making unsightly holes. Cut a 3-inch-wide satin or grosgrain ribbon long enough, when doubled, to hang wreath at the desired height. Loop ribbon around back of wreath form. Join ends, and fold them over 1/2 inch. Secure to top of door with thumbtacks. 

    This technique is great for mirrors, too: Hang a wreath in front of the glass, and tack the hanger behind the frame.

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    Martha Stewart Living, December 2010
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