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Pumpkin Table Lanterns

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Office Supply Crafts: Collector Book

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Inventor Saul Griffith

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Easter Candy Baskets

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Beautiful and durable, crepe paper lends itself to countless applications. Glue bands of it to a bunch of eggs, affix tiny crepe blooms, and pile them in a bowl for a simple, elegant display. You also can use the paper to create lifelike flowers with egg centers. Or add crepe ears to an egg and watch it turn into a bunny.
Materials
  • Scissors
  • Styrofoam egg cartion
  • Pinking shears
  • Crepe paper
  • Glue
  • Fabric-covered floral wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Candy
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Tea Party Basket

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Patterns to Dye For

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Silk-Tie Easter Eggs

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Materials
  • Small- to medium-size raw eggs
  • Glass or enamel pot
  • Silk ties, blouses, or boxers, cut into pieces large enough to cover an egg
  • White sheets (or pillowcases or old tablecloths), cut into pieces to cover silk-wrapped eggs
  • Twist ties
  • 3 tablespoons of white vinegar
  • Warm water
  • Vegetable oil
  • Paper towels
  • Tongs or spoon
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Stenciled Baby Gifts

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Perfect for the littlest ones on your list, these one-of-a-kind gifts are sure to please parents, too. Use a single template over and over to make a pattern, like a flurry of snowflakes falling from a cap onto a snap-bottom baby tee. Striped peppermint-candy shapes look striking on a white bib.
Materials
  • Candy Template
  • Snowflake Template
  • Printable waterproof paper
  • Craft knife
  • Temporary spray adhesive
  • Snap-bottom baby tee, bib, cap, or other garment
  • Fabric paint
  • Card stock
  • Small paint roller
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