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Organizing

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Clip and Hold

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Safe Ornament Storage

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Leaf Notions

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These fall-inspired pieces keep sewing tools handy any time of year -- and it doesn't take a stitch to make them.
Materials
  • Rubber leaf stamps (4 to 6 inches)
  • White-ink stamp pad
  • Felt
  • Muslin
  • Iron
  • Fabric scissors
  • Fabric glue
  • Small funnel
  • Craft sand
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Colorful Bookcase

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Give a traditional hutch or bookcase a burst of color -- and make use of space that usually goes to waste -- by installing a cloth-covered bulletin board inside.
Materials
  • Ruler
  • Linen
  • Staple gun
  • Homasote recycled-paper fiberboard (available at home-supply stores)
  • Pinking shears
  • Adhesive Velcro strips
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Art-Supplies Organizer

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Removable Tote Organizer

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Framed Handkerchiefs

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That box of folded handkerchiefs at a vintage-clothing store might not look promising, but, unfolded, each one can be a piece of art. Many handkerchiefs from 1900 through the 1960s were printed with lively designs. Framed simply, they're great decorations for a wall. Here's how to do it!
Materials
  • Handkerchiefs
  • 1.8-inch-thick glass
  • >1/16-inch-thick poster board
  • Swiss clip
  • Foil tape
  • Scissors
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Coordinating Mismatched Towels

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