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Kids' birthday party

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Party Place Mats

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Cactus Cutouts

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Baby Bunch Bouquet

Shower a new mother with this unique craft of baby essentials wrapped in a pretty arrangement. ...
Shower a new mother with this unique craft of baby essentials wrapped in a pretty arrangement. Use onesies, bibs, hats, socks, or a combination for "flowers" of varying size.
Source:The Martha Stewart Show, October 2007
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Paper Party Mask

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Canvas Checkerboard

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Kids who learn how to play checkers will always have something to do on a rainy day. Making a portable checkerboard ensures they can play almost anywhere. Collect bottle caps in opposing colors (you'll need 12 for each side), or use tempera or acrylic paints to paint the tops of mismatched caps with a color of your choice. Bottle caps stack easily, making for very regal kings.
Materials
  • Pinking shears
  • Canvas
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Knife
  • Plastic art eraser
  • Ink pad
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Pocketbook Favor

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Bandanna Party

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If you're planning a child's celebration, creating a theme from scratch can be as simple as selecting fun paper and rubber stamps. Bandanna and dot patterns create a festive and fun celebration that's perfect for children of all ages.
Materials
  • Goody bags
  • Screw punch
  • Paper
  • Ribbon
  • Baker's Twine
  • Scisssors
  • Tape
  • Starburst craft punch
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