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Flag Planter

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Skeleton Makeup

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Typically, a skeleton is one of the most chilling Halloween figures, but our modern version has a sleek, startling beauty.
Materials
  • Latex bald cap
  • Spirit gum
  • Alcohol
  • Flesh-toned greasepaint
  • No-color powder
  • Eyebrow plastic
  • White and black cream makeup
  • Foam sponges
  • Makeup brushes
  • Mascara
  • Black eye shadow
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Web Exclusive: Critter Cards

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Halloween Silk Flower Wreath

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Holiday Carnation Wreath

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Step aside, holly and mistletoe -- or at least make room for something new. The carnation is a surprisingly elegant and easygoing choice for holiday displays. This wreath of white flowers with burgundy-tipped edges offers a warm welcome.
Materials
  • 12-inch floral-foam wreath forms with plastic backing (12-inch for wreath)
  • Floral shears or scissors
  • Conditioned carnations, about 7 dozen
  • Glass ornaments with wire
  • Nails
  • 2 yards ribbon
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Needle-Felted Chicks

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Viewer-crafter Jenn Docherty shares her technique for making adorable needle-felted chicks.
Materials
  • Foam mat
  • Wool roving
  • Felting needle
  • Wood skewer
  • Needle
  • Black upholstery thread
  • Sheet of felt (to use for beak)
  • 34-gauge wire
  • 20-gauge black-coated craft wire
  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Awl
  • Fabric glue
  • Cosmetic blush (optional)
  • Mini fabric flowers or mini hats (for embellishing)
  • Egg cup
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Halloween Lollipop Packaging

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Hanukkah Clip-Art Favor Boxes

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Celebrating Flag Day: Flag Plaque How-To

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