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Decorating

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Christmas Card Tree

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Vegetable Basket

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Silk Screening Window Shades

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Framed Mirror Project

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Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Glass, Wood
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Shimmering Streamers

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Straw Form and Laurel Wreath

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Leaf Print Tablecloth

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Using leaves for craft projects is one way to capture the beauty of autumn. Fallen leaves can be used as stamps to decorate a tablecloth.
Materials
  • Sponge brushes
  • Leaves of various sizes and shapes (make sure they are not brittle)
  • Fabric paint
  • Light-colored cotton or linen tablecloth, prewashed
  • Paper towel, parchment paper, or kraft paper
  • Brayer or rolling pin
  • Iron
  • Muslin or scrap fabric (optional)
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Staircase Silhouette Halloween Decorations

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Keepsake Stocking

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This homespun stocking is a wonderful way to mark a first Christmas -- as well as his second, third, and fourth. Every year, add a new felt shape representing some favorite memory or object that your little one loves. Only the stocking requires sewing; the designs are glued on, for easy updating.
Materials
  • Stocking templates
  • Felt pieces
  • Pinking shears
  • Sewing kit
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