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    winter whithe fruits

    Unexpected beauty — a cotton centerpiece.

    layered tissue paper flower.

    Made from embroidery hoops!

    Paint Dipped Bud Vases with Martha Stewart Crafts

    $11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

    For creative ways to decorate using holiday ornaments, here are three easy projects from Martha Stewart that take about 10 minutes to complete.

    Dollar Store Crafts » Make a Jeweled Vase

    Confetti System fruits!

    I REALLY wish I didn't find this website... It has everything. Cheap. Think Oriental Trading, but awesome.

    Fruit Roll-Up Fortune Cookies- these are so cool! Cute idea

    The lanterns are made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener (or wallpaper glue, or even white glue) onto the doilies. Be sure to cover it completely so that the whole thing hardens and you aren’t left with limp spots. Let the doilies dry overnight to ensure that they are completely dry. The last step is to pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening. The lanterns can be hung with a ribbon or fishing line draped with strands of beads, as was done in o

    freezer paper stencil tutorial.

    DIY: Spray Painted Baskets

    Glue fake flowers to the bottom of a tall vase (or to stones you could drop in), fill with water, and top with a floating candle. Gorgeous and you could use any color to fit the room you put it in :)

    Spray-painted fruit

    i ♥ this idea hang a blown up balloon from a string. dip lace doilies in wallpaper glue and wrap on balloon. once they're dry, pop the balloon and add tea light candle. Pretty for centerpiece at vintage wedding reception!

    Downloadable signs for your ceremony and reception

    Tutorial: DIY RAIN CHAIN from Wire-Wrapped Rock. Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to. They are widely used in Japan.