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Glittered Pumpkin Centerpiece

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Stick-On Stars

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Kids' Sock Puppets

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Spring Favors

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Design a Fruit Centerpiece

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Fruit has a long history of being used as an adornment to grace a tabletop: A first-century fresco in Pompeii depicts a lavish table with a fruit centerpiece, and the French later raised this table decoration to a high art. Try using these easy-to-find fruits and nuts to transform your own table.
Materials
  • Pomegranates
  • Hazelnuts
  • Walnuts
  • Pecans
  • Oak leaves
  • AquaSize
  • 1-inch foam brush
  • Mica powder
  • Dish
  • Blush brush
  • Bowl for display
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Autumn Branch Centerpiece

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Paper Easter Baskets

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These pastel paper bags decorated with construction paper are a whimsical alternative to the traditional woven baskets.
Materials
  • Colored paper bags and construction paper (both available at craft stores)
  • Eyelet kit (available at sewing stores)
  • Utility knife
  • Flower and leaf templates
  • Microhole punch (or awl)
  • Hammer
  • 2-foot length of 2-inch-wide wired ribbon
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Bandanna Apron

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Coffin Table

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Mexican Fiesta Flower Arrangement

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Materials
  • Vase or container
  • Flower frog
  • Cut-flower food
  • Assorted zinnias, such as Z. elegans 'Radiant Orange,' 'Radiant Purple,' 'Lilac,' 'Radiant White,' and Z. haageana 'Persian Carpet'
  • Assorted dahlias, such as D. 'Thomas Jefferson,' 'Fern Irene,' and 'Sunny Yellow'
  • Assorted China asters, such as Callistephus chinensis 'Matsumoto'
  • Assorted salvias, such as S. farinacea 'Victoria'
  • Sharp knife or bypass pruners
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