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Towel Poncho

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Iron-On Kids' Tote Bag

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A cloth bag makes a natural canvas for young artists. This iron-on design spurs their self-expression, with its coloring book-style outlines and the start of a sweet sentiment: "Mom, I love you because..."
Materials
  • Flower Clip Art
  • Transfer paper (Epson Iron-On Cool Peel Transfer Paper for basic transfer, amazon.com; or Dark T-Shirt Transfers for white-on-dark transfers, avery.com)
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • Ironed pillowcase
  • Natural-fiber (such as cotton) tote bags
  • Iron
  • Sharpie markers in assorted colors
  • Butcher paper
  • Scrap paper
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Pom-Pom Tom Decoration

Steps:6
Materials
  • Pom-Pom maker kit*
  • Red, brown, gray, yellow, and white wool yarn
  • Small scissors
  • Red and brown waxed twine
  • Yarn needle
  • Black embroidery floss
  • Medium-size sewing needle
  • Disappearing-ink pen for fabric
  • Black, red, white, brown, and gold wool felt
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Black pipe cleaners
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Custom-Tailored Lights

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Cookie Cutter Cards

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Button Bracelet

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Paper Party Mask

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Savon de Marseille

Steps:5
Wrapped in unbleached parchment paper and tied with waxed twine, our version of this classic soap is great to give as gifts and to use for houseguests -- but don't forget to keep a stash for yourself.
Materials
  • Double boiler
  • Olive oil-based soap
  • Essential oils
  • French green clay
  • Milk carton or mold
  • Knife
  • 1 tablespoon fine sea salt
  • 1 cup warm water
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Monogrammed Woolens

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