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{The Goodnight Girl: Gorgeous for when entertaining too! Beautiful!!! Take white balloons and white tissue paper. blow up balloons, dip tissue in glue, cover balloons and let dry. cut out a space for battery tea light and use in center pieces...love it!!!

Gallery.ru / Фото #18 - 4.Украшение камина на Новый год. - A-legria

Gallery.ru / Фото #18 - 4.Украшение камина на Новый год. - A-legria

Tablescape - Centerpiece  www.tablescapesbydesign.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tablescapes-By-Design/129811416695

Tablescape - Centerpiece www.tablescapesbydesign.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tablescapes-By-Design/129811416695

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Christmas is just around the corner and the house decorating will never be complete without the centerpiece. There may be abundance of food but without the centerpiece, it just isn& right. Centerpieces make your table setting coherent and help set&

DIY: Paint your branches, the cheapest addition to a tablescape

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Maybe something new for the front porch this year. Got everything; now just the motivation to finagle it all together so it's secure. by aftr

Maybe something new for the front porch this year. Got everything; now just the motivation to finagle it all together so it's secure. by aftr

Crafting Tip from Old Road Primitives: My little secret for making "Snow-Tex", aka..."textured snow"! Snow-Tex is great for giving your Christmas items that wonderful "snowy" effect! I ~love~ this stuff but it always dries faster then I can use it, so I make my own by mixing equal amounts of white craft paint with fine sand! You can thin it down a little by adding more white craft paint! Walla, it's that simple! No more dried up jars of "Snow-Tex"!

Crafting Tip from Old Road Primitives: My little secret for making "Snow-Tex", aka..."textured snow"! Snow-Tex is great for giving your Christmas items that wonderful "snowy" effect! I ~love~ this stuff but it always dries faster then I can use it, so I make my own by mixing equal amounts of white craft paint with fine sand! You can thin it down a little by adding more white craft paint! Walla, it's that simple! No more dried up jars of "Snow-Tex"!

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