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Clip art

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Decorative Decal Pillar Candles

Steps:3
Lively clip-art decals turn ordinary store-bought pillars and matchbox covers into festive gifts. For a pretty package, anchor the candles on glass coasters, pair with a matchbox, and tie each bundle neatly with ribbon.
Materials
  • Ink-jet printer
  • Ink-jet water slide candle decal paper, in Clear, beldecal.com
  • Clear varnish, like Krylon Kamar spray varnish, dickblick.com
  • Scissors
  • Bowl
  • Candles
  • Matchboxes (if creating matchbox covers)
  • Double-sided tape (if creating matchbox covers)
  • Candle Clip Art - Blue and White Star Snowflake Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Green Leaf Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Pink Leaf Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Orange and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Green and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Green and White Winter Village
  • Candle Clip Art - Blue and White Star Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Blue Star Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Alternate Blue Star Pattern
  • Candle Clip Art - Alternate Blue and White Star
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Blue and White Star Snowflake Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Teal Star Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Green Leaf Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Dark Green Leaf Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Red Leaf Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Pink Leaf Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Orange and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Red and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Green and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Bright Blue and White Snowflake Pattern
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Green and White Winter Village
  • Matchbox Clip Art - Darker Green Winter Village
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Martha Stewart's Handmade Holiday Crafts Clip Art and Templates

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Birthday Party Letter Game

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Paper Butterflies from Maker Faire

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Skull Treat Boxes

Steps:3
Mischievous smiles make these skulls more sweet than scary. Before you start, learn how to work with crepe paper.
Materials
  • Egg boxes, 3 3/8-inch (BX009), 4-inch (BX010), and 4 1/2-inch (BX011), from D. Blumchen & Co. or Castle in the Air
  • Crepe-paper folds, 20-inch-by-7 1/2-foot, in Black
  • Americana acrylic paint, in Warm White, by DecoArt, MisterArt.com
  • Foam brush
  • Glue stick
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Skull treat box template
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Iron-On Monogram Tote with Petals

Steps:7
An iron-on initial in a woodsy typeface is an inspired (and easy) alternative to embroidery. Floral appliques naturally extend the theme. The same applique makes a nice arrangement on the end of a bobby pin.
Materials
  • Avery Dark T-Shirt Transfers, if doing a white-on-dark transfer
  • Epson Iron-On Cool Peel Transfer Paper, for basic transfer
  • Natural-fiber (such as cotton) tote bags
  • Lightweight natural fabric, such as cotton voile (for appliqued flowers)
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • Ironed pillowcase
  • Iron
  • Clip Art (see step 1)
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