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Pinecone Turkey

Steps:3
Materials
  • Plump, round pinecones work best for this project. You can substitute maple or oak leaves for the corn husks.
  • Scissors
  • Corn husks
  • Pinecone
  • Craft glue
  • Twigs, pieces of vine, or gourd stems
  • Tacky glue, such as Magna-Tac
  • Twine or string
  • Place card
  • Hole punch
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Pom-Pom Berry Wreath

Steps:3
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Shimmery Corn Table Ornaments

Steps:4
Create an artful backdrop for your dishes by dipping the edges of black bamboo place mats in bleach. At each seat, an ear of dried miniature corn, its husks sprayed silver, unfurls elegantly on a platinum-rimmed plate and echoes the two-tone effect.
Materials
  • Masking tape
  • Ears of dried miniature corn
  • Metallic floral spray paint
  • Ribbon
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Flower Arrangement in a Birch-Bark Vessel

Steps:3
Impress guests with a charming floral embellishment for the holidays: seasonal blooms arranged in a handmade birch-bark container. Less formal and more unique than the standard vase, this rustic vessel adds texture and beauty to any arrangement.
Materials
  • Pine box
  • Pieces of birch bark
  • Heavy-duty staple gun
  • Scissors
  • Heavy plastic sheets
  • Oasis floral foam
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