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Today’s DIY is a SUPER simple one. A DIY holiday wreath made entirely from paper! You’ll want to make sure your porch is a covered one when putting this baby on display. I can’t take 100% of the credit for this project. I saw a similar one at a local Christmas party and thought it was such a genius idea that I tried to recreate as best I could! Supplies: Circle cut from foam core (“it doesn’t need to be perfect.”  ~post-baby Lexy) Strips of green card stock cut into 2″ wide strips Red bow (found at Michaels) hot glue…
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Follow these instructions by Jocelyn Sass to learn how to make your own bib. Materials and Tools: Coats & Clark Red Heart Classic (Art. #267) medium worsted-weight yarn:2 oz. #1 whitesmall amount #253 tangerinesmall amount #12 blackD (3.25) and F (3.75mm) hookstapestry needleGauge: F hook: 9sc = 2 inches; 5 rows = inch Steps: To make the body of the bib: Row 1: With white and F hook, ch 27; sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch across, ch 1, turn. (26) Rows 2-4: 2 sc in first sc, sc in ea sc across, to last sc,…
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Wow your holiday dinner guests with an eye-catching, nature-inspired gift box centerpiece. Because it's taller than it is wide, you'll have plenty of room for a large, festive feast on the table around it.   Materials Needed: three packages of sheet moss (available at craft and hobby stores) scissors hot glue gun and glue sticks 1 1/2" non-wired ribbon brown Kraft paper, or any other type of gift wrap one holiday floral pick (such as faux greenery with pinecones, available at craft or floral supply shops) two half-sized floral foam bricks seven regular-sized floral foam bricks marker or pen measuring…
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Materials Needed: Old book pages Newspaper Scrapbook paper or Kraft paper  Scissors Hot glue gun  Glue sticks Pencil Cut Paper Circles Cut a rough circle out of your chosen paper type. Tip: It doesn't need to be perfectly round. Cut and Roll the Spiral Shape Draw and cut a spiral shape starting from the edges of the circle. Leave a circle in the center; this is where you will affix the rolled flower. Start rolling the cut spiral from the edge until you reach the center.   Glue Rolled Paper Release the swirl of rolled paper to reveal your rose, then hot…
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I’m always on the lookout for simple crafts I can do with my girl. Button bracelets are easy for the kids to make and certainly help beat the summertime blues. They’re also perfect for any holiday – since it’s easy to pick the perfect buttons based on that holiday’s color scheme! There are so many fabulous color options! To make button bracelets, you’re only going to need three simple tools:   Various colored buttons. You’ll want the medium sized buttons, so they’re easier to thread Elastic Threading String Scissors First, cut a piece of elastic threading string approx. 12” long.…

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