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Gingerbread Man

My graphic design days taught me that simple shapes take on much more interest when cropped or positioned in unusual ways. 1. Start with a white cardstock paper and a 4" circle... Read more

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Oreo Turkey Cookies

As Chick Hearn would say, “This game’s in the refrigerator! The door’s closed, the lights are out, the eggs are cooling, the butter’s getting hard, and the Jell-O is jiggling…. Read more

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    The 14 November 2012 by   Kathybarbro
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    The 19 November 2012 by   Simplyhomeschool
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    Felt Snowman Embroidery Tutorial

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    The 28 November 2012 by   Alison_wood
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    The 04 November 2012 by   Kathybarbro
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    The 08 November 2012 by   Jean Campbell
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    The 22 November 2012 by   Kathybarbro
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    The 15 November 2012 by   Smilinglikesunshine
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  • Scratch Art Turkey

    Scratch Turkey

    This scratch art technique is called “sgraffito’, and it works well with turkeys drawings that need lots of lines on their feathers. 1. Read more

    The 11 November 2012 by   Kathybarbro
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    The 28 November 2012 by   Rachel
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    The 29 November 2012 by   Bebeloveokazu
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