Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Classic projects and improvements to make every day extraordinary.

  • Etsy

    by MAM54

    Etsy has everything, from modern to vintage in art, jewelry, clothing etc. I can spend hours browsing the links and shops of individual designers and entrepreneurs. I receive inspiration each time I visit.

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  • a paper flower wreath you make yourself might be the perfect project for the holidays! fun DIY plus a cool looking christmas wreath when you're done!

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  • Here is a design to get you in the mood for spring, even if you don’t have real flowers blooming yet. This kit comes with tulips, daisies, bluebells, and even a few butterflies to flutter around your spring flowers. The stems a... Here is a design to get you in the mood for spring, even if you don’t have real flowers blooming yet. This kit comes with tulips, daisies, bluebells, and even a few butterflies to flutter around your spring flowers. The stems are apple green and include a shamrock for those that want a bit of the luck ‘o the Irish thrown in. The flowers come in your choice of blue, red, or pink and you can even mix and match the flowers—your choice. For those that don’t specify a flower color, they will toss in whatever color is plentiful at the moment. The stems measure 8” overall, and the design itself can extend further depending on the butterfly placement. At the very least you’ll have plenty of extra flowers for practice before you’re done. The best part is that it free and automatically included with every design ordered between now and the time they decide to create a new promotional item.

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  • Our newest family tradition! We're going to let ourselves be surprised by the treats packed by the creatively cool folks at OOP! but this is a fabulous DIY idea that you can do for your kids, too! It's such a simple concept I c... Our newest family tradition! We're going to let ourselves be surprised by the treats packed by the creatively cool folks at OOP! but this is a fabulous DIY idea that you can do for your kids, too! It's such a simple concept I can't believe I never thought of it. Tie a line/ribbon along your mantel and clip one bag with a surprise in it for each day in December leading up to Christmas. What a great way to start the fun early! You could even do a different theme each year- Candy, the 80's, Ornaments.....

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  • A great housewarming, wedding or holiday gift! 100 leaves and 2 espresso-stained frames allow you to create your own family tree and frame it. A true heirloom....

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  • Yes, you too can have a Christmas tree this year without the tacky foil tree or the messy needles. This kit includes everything you need to build an almost 2 foot tall (!) paper Christmas tree: The tree, 24 foil boughs, 25 glitter... Yes, you too can have a Christmas tree this year without the tacky foil tree or the messy needles. This kit includes everything you need to build an almost 2 foot tall (!) paper Christmas tree: The tree, 24 foil boughs, 25 glittery foil ornaments, one spool of silver thread, one gold foil star tree topper, 20 sheets of 6 x 6 origami paper in four vibrant patterns, and the box it comes in, which doubles as a tree stand. The kit comes with an 80-page, full-color book called Christmasmania! with origami instructions, eggnog recipes, and pleasant Christmas carols. Lots of Christmas spirit in one tiny little box. Some assembly required.

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  • The best art in your house could be hands or feet, printed on a canvas that is.

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