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Wine Cork Board

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Paper-Bowl Centerpieces

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Halloween Lollipop Packaging

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Metallic Polka-Dotted Eggs

Steps:4
Materials
  • Raw eggs
  • Utility knife, available from Martha Stewart Crafts at Michaels
  • Paper clip
  • Rubber ear syringe, available at drugstores, or egg blower, available at craft-supply stores
  • Egg dye or food coloring
  • Adhesive vinyl (No. 3135598), from misterart.com
  • Metallic spray paint (No. 6981120), by Krylon, from misterart.com
  • 4 millimeter silk ribbon in various colors (No. 30622419), by YLI, from createforless.com
  • Similar ribbon rosettes (No. 20453), from mjrim.com
  • Different-size hole punches, available from Martha Stewart Crafts at Michaels
  • All-purpose glue, available from Martha Stewart Crafts
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Jeweled Eggs

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Adorned with artificial flowers and shimmering with Swarovski crystals, these hanging eggs make a dazzling addition to any Easter decor. As Martha explains, you can suspend them in front of a window, on a decorative tree, or even from a chandelier.
Materials
  • Blown-out eggs
  • Pewter paste (optional)
  • Latex gloves, if using pewter paste
  • Paper towel, if using pewter paste
  • 20-inch length of .5 millimeter jewelry elastic
  • Teardrop-or pear-shaped Swarovski crystal bead with horizontal hole
  • Fabric flowers
  • Wire cutters
  • Beading needle, for smaller eggs
  • 6-inch piece of wire and pliers, for larger eggs
  • Needle or Dremel drill, if using store-bought blown eggs
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Hanukkah Clip-Art Favor Boxes

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School Scrapbook Pockets

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A scrapbook can help organize -- and proudly display -- the steady stream of photographs, artwork, awards, and other keepsakes that accrue during a young person's school years.
Materials
  • Notebook paper (ruled and graph styles)
  • Tape
  • Sewing machine
  • Archival glue stick (optional)
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