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Fall

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Quick-Spun Cobwebs

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Batty Mirror

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Cushion Moss Wreath

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Harvest Centerpieces with Fruits and Leaves

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There is so much emphasis placed on planning a Thanksgiving menu that the table setting is sometimes overlooked, but a festive centerpiece is an important element of any holiday meal. Instead of the traditional floral arrangements, consider a simple, elegant arrangement of seasonal produce.
Materials
  • Cake stands, assorted sizes
  • Glass bowls
  • Assorted fall foliage, such as oak leaves and branches
  • Assorted fall produce such as gourds, figs, star fruit, and quince
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Dried-Flower Wreath

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Flashy Lights

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Preserving Leaves

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Materials
  • Cut branches with leaves
  • Pruning clippers or handsaw
  • Hammer
  • Deep bucket
  • pH testing kit (lemon juice or powdered lime, if pH is off)
  • Glycerin (available at local drugstores)
  • Surfectant, such as Spreader Sticker (available at local garden centers)
  • Florist's wire; wreath form
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Vintage Paper Leaf Wreath

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Crafting and DIY, Paper, Wreaths
Turn an old book into a whimsical wreath with this creative idea from our Handmade Gift Contest winner, Emily Morris.
Materials
  • Leaf template
  • Scissors
  • Cardstock
  • Pencil
  • Old book with at least 100 yellowed pages, pages removed
  • Craft glue
  • 24-gauge floral wire, cut to 5-inch lengths
  • Pressed real leaves (optional, from naturespressed.com)
  • 20-gauge floral wire
  • Brown floral tape
  • 1/8-inch tan quilling paper
  • Acorn caps
  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • Ribbon for bow
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