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How To Make a Braided Leather Headband

How To Make a Braided Leather Headband

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This is a quick and cool project that's perfect for short summertime attention spans. You'll want one in every color, and so will all your friends!

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How to Make an Argyle Fleece Throw

How to Make an Argyle Fleece Throw

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Check out this excerpt from my new book, Dorm Decor. This low-sew throw gives new meaning to the phrase “college sweater-vest.”

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How to Make a Floral Fascinator

How to Make a Floral Fascinator

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Dress up your day with a pretty handmade fascinator! You can wear this instead of a veil, or wear it in place of the veil at your reception.

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How to Make Monogrammed Napkins from a Vintage Sheet

How to Make Monogrammed Napkins from a Vintage Sheet

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Turn an old sheet with a pretty pattern into wedding napkins with some ripping and simple lino-printing.

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How to Make a Celebration Candle

How to Make a Celebration Candle

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With the simplest of materials, you can make a centerpiece candle that's customized for your wedding, party, or celebration.

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How to Make a Bangle from a Vintage Map

How to Make a Bangle from a Vintage Map

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Here's a terrific project that'll keep you in touch with where you've been as you venture to places yet to be discovered. They are also the perfect handmade present for any traveler. Check them out: you'll never be lost again!

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How to Make a Beautiful Bridal Garter

How to Make a Beautiful Bridal Garter

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Spring is here and the mind turns to weddings and love. This garter is an easy-to-make and personal gift that will make any bride smile.

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Add Fabric for Pretty Paper Projects

Add Fabric for Pretty Paper Projects

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Fabric, for me, is surrogate paper.I use them interchangeably in many projects. The texture or pattern of a piece of fabric is sometimes that perfect embellishment that makes a traditional paper project truly unique and special.

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