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Specimen Box

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Specimen boxes can evoke natural settings. A selection of sea-worn clamshells or pressed leaves makes a simple, beautiful display. Sea glass, driftwood, a vintage postcard, and a map can re-create a journey to coastal Maine.
Materials
  • Sturdy gift box with lid
  • Glass cut to fit inside box lid
  • Utility knife
  • Fine sandpaper
  • Scissors
  • Map or decorative paper
  • Spray adhesive
  • Bone folder
  • Contact cement
  • Sheet of colored paper
  • Craft glue or museum wax
  • Jewelry boxes (optional)
  • Paper label (optional)
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Creepy Candy Jar Labels

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They say the devil is in the details, and when decorating for halloween, this sentiment is all the more appropriate. These decorations are both elegant and eerie -- perfect for amusing guests over the holiday
Materials
  • Black candy
  • Glass jars
  • Candy jar labels
  • Self-adhesive computer paper
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Miniature Gardens Easter Basket

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Black Silk Flower Wreath

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This once upon a midnight dreary wreath was created with materials from a crafts store, then sprayed it a raven hue and accented with a silky taffeta ribbon.
Materials
  • 25 to 30 four-inch silk roses
  • 16-inch wooden wreath form
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Black floral spray
  • Black taffeta ribbon
  • Flat thumb tacks
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Spooky Paper Curtains

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Tea Party Basket

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