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Sponge Ball

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Lace-Patterned Pumpkins

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Not all pumpkins are orange, nor are they necessarily destined to become leering jack-o'-lanterns. The designs used on these pumpkins, carved freehand, mimic the lacelike openwork of 18th-century pierced creamware dishes, and turn any pumpkin (especially a pale Lumina) into an intricately patterned lamp.
Materials
  • Pumpkin or squash
  • Wood-carving tools
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Dog Appliqued Infant Bodysuits

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Share some puppy love with the baby in your life with these one-of-a-kind appliqued bodysuits.
Materials
  • French Bulldog Template or photo of a dog in profile
  • Iron
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Damp, clean cloth
  • Card stock
  • Patterned fabric
  • Trans-Web or other fusible webbing on release paper
  • Black marker
  • Blank baby bodysuit
  • Machine-sewing thread in a coordinating color for decorative topstitch
  • Hand-sewing needle
  • Button in coordinating color (optional)
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Felt Animal Ornaments

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Rubber Band Message Board

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Pom-Pom Bunny

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Paper Wigs

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Make these paper wigs for a fun and easy way to add to your Halloween costume!
Materials
  • Plastic grocery bag
  • Scissors
  • Round object to use as a head form (we used a cabbage)
  • Masking tape
  • Newspaper, thin colored paper, or curling ribbon for "hair"
  • Double-sided tape
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Decorated Berry Baskets

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