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Stewart Family Pierogies, Part 1

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Paper Puppets

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Memory Keeping: Book of Good Wishes

Steps:3
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Framed Memento: Shadow Boxes

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Popsicle Stick Tree Hotel

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High up on a branch, a tree hotel made of popsicle sticks is the perfect structure to add to your stick village.
Materials
  • Popsicle sticks (craft sticks)
  • Cotton fabric
  • Scissors
  • Wood glue
  • Branch with twigs
  • Rocks
  • Modeling clay
  • Two pieces of string
  • Pail
  • Leaf Rose Craft Punch
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Felt Holly Corsage

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For a playful nod to the traditional Christmas pin, try these cheerful corsages. They're easy enough for a child to make but sophisticated enough for her mom to wear. Once you gather your supplies, it's a snap to make multiple corsages in a single afternoon.
Materials
  • Wool felt, 18 by 18 inches, in assorted colors, available at magiccabin.com
  • Holly template
  • Iron
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Ribbon, such as satin-backed velvet ribbons from hymanhendler.com
  • Assorted embellishments
  • Barrettes or brooch pins from tohoshoji-ny.com
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Tic-Tac-Towel

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Collection in a Box

Steps:2
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