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Lip-Smacking Good Cootie Catcher

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Santa and Snowmen Bars

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Put your littlest elves to work making the fingerprint-stamped faces.
Materials
  • Chocolate bars
  • Ivory, white, and orange text-weight paper
  • Red vellum
  • White pom-poms
  • Glue stick
  • Black, pink, and red ink pads
  • Scalloped paper coasters
  • Yarn
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Paper-Bag Turkey

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This simple, popcorn-filled paper-bag turkey from One Charming Party crafter Sara Westbrook is a perfect centerpiece for a children's Thanksgiving table. If the popcorn is buttered or cooked in oil, use plastic bags or wax paper to line the paper bags.
Materials
  • Sheet of standard printer paper
  • Scissors
  • Fringe scissors (optional)
  • Two small brown paper lunch bags
  • Popcorn
  • Hot-glue gun and hot-glue sticks
  • Large brown paper shopping bag
  • Plastic bags or wax paper for lining (optional)
  • Parsley (optional)
  • Fruit (optional)
  • Corn-on-the-Cob Favor (optional)
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Peppermint Milk-Carton House in the Woods

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String-Light "Wall" Tree with Felt Star Ornaments

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Materials
  • Star templates
  • Wool felt, 18 by 18 inches, by Ecrue, purlsoho.com
  • Ribbon
  • Mini white lights, 2 1/2-inch spacing, 50-light strand (used for tree's interior), christmaslightsetc.com
  • Mini white lights, 2 1/2-inch spacing, 100-light strand (used for tree's perimeter), christmaslightsetc.com
  • Adhesive mini hooks, in Clear, by Command, createforless.com
  • Floral wire
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Poetic Wrappings

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Felt Board for Kids

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Floating Ghosts

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