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Category Archives: holiday crafts
Smart blogger Brittany Wilson shares how to make a fun, cute and fast valentine with your kids.
Spruce up your entryway with a holiday-themed wreath made of fabric scraps.
Samantha Dellinger shows you how to create fun, unique bows to add to your gifts.
Homemade, do-it-yourself presents are inexpensive and more thoughtful than a gift card.
If you’d rather not eat the candy your kids haul home Halloween night, but you would like to keep it around to decorate, a fast- and easy-to-make candy and ribbon wreath might be what the dentist ordered. What you’ll … Continue reading
Do you have ideas for reusing Halloween candy? Brittany Wilson of the Weekly Record wants to know.
Every once in a blue moon, I find myself in a crafty mood. Sometimes that ambition fizzles out and I end up with a lot of craft material, as evidenced by the half-completed rug that I was — and still … Continue reading