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Crafting and DIY

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Greenhouse Window

Steps:6
Instead of spending the winter gazing through glass panes at frozen flower beds, transform a window into a mini-greenhouse where herbs, houseplants, and even little pots of grass will thrive. For best results, choose a large inset window that receives lots of light.
Materials
  • Measuring tape and ruler
  • 1/2-inch-thick piece of glass
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Hand saw
  • Molding
  • Sand paper
  • Electric drill
  • Wood putty
  • Paint
  • Felt dot or plastic glide
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Nut Wreath

Autumn is harvest season for almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, and walnuts. But there's no need to ...
Autumn is harvest season for almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, and walnuts. But there's no need to squirrel them away for winter. Celebrate their abundance with this festive decoration. Use any hard-shelled nuts, including acorns you gather from your own backyard.
Source:Martha Stewart Living, November 2009
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Bunny Ears

Steps:10
Turn your little one into an Easter bunny with a pair of pink felt ears.
Materials
  • Child-size headband
  • 8-by-16-inch piece of pink felt
  • 6-by-6-inch piece of white felt scissors
  • Pinking or scalloped shears (optional)
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Hot-glue sticks
  • Bunny ears template
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Circle of Friends

Steps:2
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Shirt-Cuff Card for Dad

Steps:4
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Collection in a Box

Steps:2
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Painter's Helper

Steps:1
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Removable Tote Organizer

Steps:3
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