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Christmas and Winter

How to Make a Hand-Painted Burlap Table Runner : Page 02 : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

How to Make a Hand-Painted Burlap Table Runner

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DIY - Burlap Mitten, I know this is supposed to be done hand size, but I think this would be darling done larger for a door wreath!

Maya Road Design Team: Christmas Mitten Gift Sack

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Baby Christmas socks with empty toilet paper roll to hold upright. Fill with candy canes.

Love these simple and elegant DIY christmas ornaments.

Crystal's Craft Spot: Christmas ornament Round Up!

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Salt Dough Christmas Ornaments: DIY . Recipe: 1 cup table salt 2 cups white flour 1 cup luke warm water. Just press plants, objects, baby hands/feet would be cute for an imprint design before baking.

Salt Dough Ornaments, DIY with the help of little Hands.

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oh holy night mason jar candles Just add a glitter or frosted base to hide the votive :)

Unique Mason Jar Gift Ideas - Uncommon Designs

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Christmas Window Boxes - The Lilypad Cottage, She cleverly painted $1 bouncy balls to create XL ornaments. Would be easy to take it to the next level... add some bling or pattern... the possibilities are endless. Hang from trees, stick in container pots, bird baths, ....

Christmas Window Boxes - The Lilypad Cottage

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Christmas floral arrangement

Jeffrey Alans Christmas Floral Designs 2013 Collection Handmade Wreaths, Swags, and Arrangements LOVE the gingham birdhouse!

Christmas Table Decoration

The Olde Homestead: Our Christmas Shop

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made these snowballs by dipping syrofoam balls into a bowl of watered-down white glue and then rolling them in another bowl of clear glitter. We used bamboo skewers (sticks) to hold onto them and stuck them into a block of styrofoam to dry. The glitter will get clumpy from the glue…but that’s good, it give the “snowballs” a more realistic look.

Christmas at the Farmhouse! | Sugar Pie Farmhouse

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