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Cut two round pieces of burlap, painted it with Elmer's glue (because it makes it stiff), stuffed it with white tissue paper (for a slightly rounded look like an actual baseball), sewed the two pieces of burlap together at the edges with white thread, painted the red stitching, and hung it on the front door with a blue ribbon. Easy peasy! And it cost less than 6 bucks to make.

Mickey Mouse quilt.

Kaffe Facett quilt pattern.

I think I would do this with the butt-side. Hilarious! Get some plastic animals at a thrift store; saw them in half, paint them with spray paint or nail polish, and super glue a magnet to the back! How fun :)

GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive!

Let your presence be known with this beautiful present-themed wreath via Womansday.com!

The BEST!!!! wreath website - 88 ideas and tutorials!

Maybe do interchangeable sports in the center with school colors around the outside remaining the same?

So easy.....could do JOY for Christmas

Button Bowl! Loveeeeeeeee!

Christmas card-so making these!!!

Adorable!! Snowman Wreath Very easy and big impact

I'll be making this for a school carnival auction

Fun thing to do with Candy Hearts

Great gift for new teachers!

If baby boy Huff likes baseball, this would be so cute for a birthday party!

Cute for gifts- especially for people who are in hospital!

Mother's Day Flower of Love Craft