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Salt Dough House Ornaments

Use supplies you already have in your pantry to create these adorable house ornaments to always remember this unique time. Add things like the date, the names of people in the house with you, or even a child’s handprint to make these ornaments extra special.
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Grow Your Own Crystal Ornament

Grow your own crystals into shapes you design to capture the glittery sparkle of winter! This project is fun for all ages but children should ask an adult to help with the hot water.

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Hot Vanilla Milk Recipe

'Tis the season for curling up with a nice mug of something warm and delicious. When I'm looking for a sweet treat, I like to enjoy a nice Hot Vanilla Milk—a perfect alternative to Hot Chocolate. I have been making this since I was little, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I...

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Fall Flower Centerpiece

While planning my fall wedding a couple of years ago, I really wanted to make my own pumpkin and flower centerpieces. I don't have a green thumb, so I knew I could not use real flowers. I also did not have the time to commit to carving pumpkins. After lots of trial and error, I finally found my...

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Sashiko-Inspired Embroidery

Sashiko is an ancient form of folk embroidery that originated in Japan. While originally used for repairing or reinforcing clothing, it transformed into an art form over time due to its simple beauty and durability. Sashiko, meaning “little stabs” in Japanese, follows the running stitch...

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