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New Year's Day

Explore 104 recipes, 34 projects, 44 articles, 39 galleries, 21 videos, and more

Glam Wrap Skirt

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Confetti Eggs

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First-Day Books and Party Albums

The beginning of a new year offers a natural occasion for reflecting on the past and planning ...
The beginning of a new year offers a natural occasion for reflecting on the past and planning for the future. This year, preserve tokens of the symbolic day in a first-day book or a party album. The resulting collection of written messages, photographs, and other mementos will serve as a tangible record of your New Year's celebration and more; to create an unfolding narrative, leave your book unfinished, and continue to add to it throughout the coming year.
Source:Celebrating 2000, Volume 2000 Special Issue 2000
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Noisemakers

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Winter Village: Tree Ornament How-To

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A miniature village of house ornaments populates the Christmas tree or the mantelshelf with equal charm. Candles on the mantel or strings of lights on the tree are the best sources for the subdued illumination that sets the houses aglow with delicate reflections. For more ideas, see our Winter Village.
Materials
  • Pliers
  • Pencil
  • Pin
  • Cardboard
  • Glue
  • Annealed wire
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Embossed Holiday Cards

Steps:3
Take your projects to a new level by learning a technique called embossing. Embossing is a technique used to create a raised, or 3-dimensional, image on a piece of paper. You can emboss store-bought stationery or cards, or you can make your own from card stock.
Materials
  • Paper, from Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Rubber stamps, from Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Embossing powder
  • Embossing pad
  • Heat gun
  • Compressed air (optional)
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