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Winter

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Pinecone Place Card

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Paper Squirrel Favors

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Speckled Place Cards

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Mistletoe Kissing Ball

Steps:10
Display mistletoe in a one-of-a-kind way this holiday season with this distinctive kissing-ball craft.
Materials
  • Green Dupioni silk (about 1/4 yard)
  • Iron-on matte vinyl
  • Iron
  • Binder clips
  • Leaf template
  • Scissors
  • Green permanent marker
  • Floral pins with 1/4- to 3/8-inch white pearl heads
  • Black permanent marker
  • Small pinecones (about 1 to 1 1/2 inches in size)
  • S-shaped floral pins
  • Floral wire
  • Small (1-inch) white ball ornaments, enough to cover Styrofoam ball
  • Glittering glue
  • Glitter
  • Styrofoam ball (we used a 6-inch ball, but any size from 3 to 8 inches will work)
  • Large screw eye hook
  • Metallic silver floral spray paint (make sure spray paint is for use on floral items; regular spray paint will melt the Styrofoam)
  • Hot-glue gun and hot-glue sticks
  • Silk ribbon in a coordinating color
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Ski Slopes Diorama

Steps:4
Conceiving a diorama is an adventure in scale and spatial relationships. Choose a container, then put yourself in the shoes of one of its future inhabitants.
Materials
  • Ham can (tin)
  • Styrofoam (an old cooler)
  • Bump chenille stems (pipe cleaners)
  • White glue
  • White paint
  • Borax
  • Figurines
  • Plastic wrap
  • White rubber band
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Pinecone Gift Cards

Steps:4
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M Is for Matchbox Advent Calendar

Steps:5
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Table Decorations: Cinnamon Candle

Steps:4
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Sweater Mittens

After years of wear, a sweater is usually retired to an attic box or the back of a drawer. But ...
After years of wear, a sweater is usually retired to an attic box or the back of a drawer. But you can give an old sweater new life by using the material to fashion a charming pair of mittens.
Source:Martha Stewart Living Television
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