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Thanksgiving

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Golden Harvest Wreath

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Wreaths
The harvest theme takes on new dimensions when executed in unexpected colors and materials. Turkey quill feathers and magnolia leaves, colored on one side with floral spray, are mixed with stalks of wheat to create a stunning wreath.
Materials
  • Floral spray in brilliant gold White feathers
  • Magnolia leaves
  • 24-gauge gold wire
  • Gardening shears
  • Wheat stems
  • 22-inch wire wreath form
  • Hot-glue gun
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Leaf-Printed Linens

Print leaves onto cloth as they would fall outdoors, in pleasing, random patterns, or create a ...
Print leaves onto cloth as they would fall outdoors, in pleasing, random patterns, or create a stylized design. We used linen fabric because its texture shows through the pigment, emulating veins. An artist's carving block, which you can find in a variety of sizes in crafts stores and online, allows you to create one-of-a-kind designs.
Source:Martha Stewart Living, November 2006
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Copper Leaf Bobeches

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Paper Squirrel Favors

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Speckled Place Cards

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Pinecone Gift Cards

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Embossed Holiday Cards

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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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