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Crafting and DIY

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Seashell Napkins

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Baby Face Clock

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Snowball Box

Steps:6
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Valentine's Day Candy Packaging

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Other Ideas:
Valentine's Day
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Gadget Travel Tote

Convert a dish towel into a multi-pouched case to keep chargers and cords neat when you're on ...
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Leaf-Printed Linens

Print leaves onto cloth as they would fall outdoors, in pleasing, random patterns, or create a ...
Print leaves onto cloth as they would fall outdoors, in pleasing, random patterns, or create a stylized design. We used linen fabric because its texture shows through the pigment, emulating veins. An artist's carving block, which you can find in a variety of sizes in crafts stores and online, allows you to create one-of-a-kind designs.
Source:Martha Stewart Living, November 2006
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Smocked Sundress

Steps:9
Materials
  • 3/4 yard of 45-inch-wide lightweight woven fabric, pre-washed (Any fabric that is lightweight enough to yield to the elastic thread will work. Quilting cottons, gauzes, lighter linens, chambrays, and shirting weights are all ideal.)
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • All-purpose thread to match fabric
  • Elastic thread wound around an extra bobbin
  • Water-soluble fabric-marking pen
  • Transparent quilter's ruler
  • Measuring tape
  • 2 yards of spaghetti strap, bias tape (sewn closed), or ribbon for ties, cut into four equal lengths
  • Sewing pins
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Shell Mirror

Steps:3
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