Floral Horn of Plenty DIY

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A lovely Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A lovely Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY


The definition of a cornucopia is a container shaped like a goat’s horn and an abundant supply of good things. We have come to associate a horn of plenty with Autumn and Thanksgiving. The harvest is plentiful. Cornucopias generally are overflowing with fruits, vegetables, nuts, and more.

In this craft, we used a rustic grapevine cornucopia vessel, beaded fruit (the juxtaposition works beautifully) and some floral greenery to make this fabulous horn of plenty. You can definitely customize with a less rustic cornucopia, non-jeweled fruit, etc. Use pumpkins, gourds, pinecones, acorns, more flowers – the possibilities are endless!

A lot of the crafts we (that is the royal “we” – these are 95% my niece – I’m good for the cash and a little bit of input) make go home with my niece. She keeps them, gives them to friends, or saves some for gifts. This one didn’t leave my house. And she knew half way through it was never leaving my house. It is freaking gorgeous. I have it in my foyer, and it is going to stay there through Thanksgiving. I have not decided if it will return afterward for the entire year, or only be a seasonal adornment, but it may stay out year-round.

My front hall is pretty nice… marble floors, lovely wood furniture – the walls were done by some decorator before we moved in, and we have not touched them since as they are simply gorgeous (gold on cream). If you are getting the idea it is pretty elegant; you would be correct.

So how does this rough cornucopia fit in? Well, very well indeed! This is rustic OR glitzy. Using beaded fruit is what made it work in my foyer. This would also work in my more rustic family room because the cornucopia is a grapevine. Keep this in mind when choosing what will go into your cornucopia. Do you want it to be shiny, muted, will it be rustic or ornate?

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


Floral Horn of Plenty Materials:

Cornucopia
• Floral Foam (knife to cut ti fit)
• Floral (flowers, pinecones, pumpkins, gourds, acorns, etc)
• Wire Cutters
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue Sticks
Beaded Fruit

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


Floral Horn of Plenty Instructions:

• Cut and fit floral foam inside cornucopia. You will need to cut several pieces; however do not fill the cornucopia as you need room for the fruit.
• Hot glue the floral form in place.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• Select a large piece of beaded fruit. Hot glue it into the cornucopia in front of the floral foam. The fruit is in the foreground on this craft.
• Select a few pieces of fruit that “dangle”. Hot glue them in place. You are forming spillage. You want the abundance of the cornucopia to “spill out” from the horn.
• You are going to build on top of those bottom spills. The grapes were the easiest to work with plus they came in various colors (which helped!)

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• Clip your flower stem(s) a bit longer as the stem needs to be inserted into the floral foam (which is not close to the front of the horn). Do not discard the leaves as you strip the flowers.
• Insert your flowers into the foam. You can hot glue in place.
• You are going to have holes. That is fine. You will be filling them in.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• Every so often take a step back and see how your spillage looks. You want to keep a balance even if it is not symmetrical.
• Wisps were added to one side only of this cornucopia. You may choose to add them to both sides. You will see how we balanced it out later (it was my idea!! – hey, I needed to contribute something).

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• You cannot overfill a cornucopia. More is better. If you layer flowers and fruit on top of each other, make certain you glue it in place, so it is stable, even if you are gluing it to another piece of fruit and not the horn.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• When stripping your flowers to be inserted, do not toss away the leaves. You never know when they will come in handy. In this case, they were perfect to fill in that hole on the left after more fruit was glued in place.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• And the front hole? One small twig was all it took to balance that out!
• A few pinecones were added. You might also want to consider acorns.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• This is the left side.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• This is the right side.

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A wonderful Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


• This was a very simple piece to make. It took under 30 minutes, and no part of this craft was difficult to do. It was simply layering, and hot gluing!

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY. This beautiful floral horn of plenty is a wonderful centerpiece or end table decorative piece, perfect for the fall season. A lovely Thanksgiving decor accessory, this overflowing cornucopia is easy to make, and highly customizable.


If you are interested in more fall decor, you may want to consider:

Sunflower Knot Wreath – probably the simplest wreath you will ever make! You can change the colors to make it other flowers rather than a sunflower.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY – less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath!

Dollar Store Craft: Fall Centerpiece – this is abslutely adorable! I was shocked that everything came from the dollar store!


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Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY


Notes:

• A pre-wrapped burlap wreath was using for this tutorial. There is nothing stopping you from using a plain foam wreath and wrapping it in burlap as your first step.

• Take a minute to fluff your bow. If you purchase a store-bought bow simply insert your fingers in each part of the bow-loops, and open them up. That is truly all there is to it. You may have to straighten or curve the wires (depending on the look you like) after opening up those loops, but fluffing a bow is simple. You just don’t want it to look flat or squashed when looking at it head-on or from the side.

If you are interested in easy wreath crafts, you may be interested in these homemade wreaths. I am all about easy to make crafts! So, nearly any adult can make the crafts on my blog, including these wreaths:

For Easter or Spring:

DIY Easter Egg Wreath – so simple and highly customizable!

Easy DIY Bunny Butt Wreath – this adorable “bunny butt” wreath is probably the easiest one you could possibly make.

Summer through Fall:

Sunflower Knot Wreath – probably the simplest wreath you will ever make! You can change the colors to make it other flowers rather than a sunflower.

Patriotic:

Easy DIY Flag Wreath – this is a great summertime, 4th of July, Veteran’s Day wreath that is pretty straightforward to make.

Halloween:

BOO-Tiful Halloween Wreath – while this beautiful DIY Halloween Wreath will not scare anyone, it is lovely and stylish Halloween decor.

Thanksgiving:

Easy Thanksgiving Wreath DIY – for the “forgotten” holiday between Halloween and Christmas.

Christmas:

Easy Christmas Tulle Wreath – the colors are what make this Christmasy. If you swapped the red to blue, it would easily be a “winter wreath”.

Easy DIY Pine Cone Wreath – I have always labeled this as “Christmas”< but honestly it is more November through February than specific to Christmas.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY:

• 18″ Wrapped Burlap Wreath (the one in this tutorial was purchased in-store at Joann Fabric
• 12′ 2 1/2″ wide Wire Edged Ribbon
• Bow
• Pumpkin – light weight, wrapped foam
• Assorted Fall Flowers
Floral Picks
• Wire Cutters
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue Sticks
Floral Tape

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY:

• Wrap your burlap wreath with wire edged ribbon. Decide on your spacing (if any) before you cut. The wreath in this tutorial has a generous spacing as we wanted the burlap to show. You may decide to make the spacing tighter, or have no spacing at all (if no spacing, you are gonna need another spool of ribbon).

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• When you cut your ribbon, hot glue the edges down. This will prevent raveling. If you are making a bow or cutting a pre-made bow’s tail on a diagonal, you will want to also seal that edge. Simply take the end of your cut, hot glue across the bottom of that cut, flip it over to the hot glue is sealing about 1/8″ – 1/4″ above that edge, and then press with your finger. You have sealed the edge!
• Hot glue the ribbon in place to the burlap wreath.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• If you purchased bushes of flowers, clip them off the bush. You want individually stemmed flowers.
• Measure the flowers against the wreath and eyeball where they will hit when inserted. That is where you want to cut the stem.
• Tall wisps will be inserted third (usually first on a wreath, last on a flower arrangement, but that did not work in this case). You can pull them out a time or two (be careful of the foam) if you need to move the placement to better accomodate your flowers and pumpkin.
• On this wreath, everything was laid out before cutting or inserting. I honestly thought the pumpkin chosen was going to be too large, but because of the very long wisps used on the side, it ended up “just right”! The pumpkin is the focal point, so everything played to that.
• Take a floral pick and wrap it around the floral stem.
• Cover that pick with floral tape. The nice thing about floral tape is it sticks to itself. You can cover just about anything with it!

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• The very autumn acorns were the base underneath the pumpkin. They were laid down, and then the pumpkin placed on top. This was for spacing purposed.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• The acorns were wrapped and inserted, and so was the pumpkin, but the pumpkin was also hot-glued in place. Make very certain your pumpkin is lightweight and foam underneath the covering.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• Sunflowers and other fall-ish flowers were used to fill in the hole between the acorns and the pumpkin. All floral was picked and wrapped on this wreath.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• The wisps were added. This is one sided, so all the wisps flowed out (if you ever took a printing class, white-space flows out. The same principle applies here.)

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• This is a close-up of the floral.
• A bow was added close to the top. Depending on how you plan on orienting the hanging, you may want to bow across from the floral, or at the top (or somewhere in between!).

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• This is what the Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath looks like hanging on my dining room doors.

Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath DIY. This DIY tutorial on how to make a Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. Less than an hour or so of your time results in a lovely autumn wreath that is highly customizable, and a lot less expensive than a store bought wreath! Perfect fall decor for your front door.


• This is what the Rustic Fall Burlap Wreath looks like hanging on one of my front doors (I have two front entrances, a totally of five entrances to our house, seven if you cound the garage and garage door!)

• This is a simple wreath craft to make. Just be certain your pumpkin has a foam underlay (I cannot stress this enough), that your flowers have a “theme” (in this case autumn), that you wrap and pick your flowers (for easy adjustments) and that you check proportions and space before hot gluing anything down.


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Sunflower Knot Wreath

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!

Sunflower Knot Wreath


This is a simple wreath craft. It is knots, well, ties. The color choices + the wreath frame are what makes the flower color. Here are some color combination ideas:

Sunflower: yellow flower petals, brown center

Daisy: white flower petals, yellow center

Gerbera Daisy: red, pink, orange, light purple, or peach flower petals, yellow center

Notes:

• On this frame, the petals touch one other at points, do those first and then work up, so center to tip. It will be easier.

• I purposely took the photos of this flower wreath in different places so people could see how the background obscured the flower design. I never touched the knots to straighten anything so you could see how it would look. With a solid background (the fireplace wall), it is a bit more difficult to identify as a sunflower. With a see-through background (the glass door), it is easy to envision this as a sunflower. Keep that in mind when deciding where you are going to hang your Sunflower Knot Wreath.

If you are interested in easy wreath crafts, you may be interested in these homemade wreaths. I am all about easy to make crafts! So, nearly any adult can make the crafts on my blog, including these wreaths:

For Easter or Spring:

DIY Easter Egg Wreath – so simple and highly customizable!

Easy DIY Bunny Butt Wreath – this adorable “bunny butt” wreath is probably the easiest one you could possibly make.

Patriotic:

Easy DIY Flag Wreath – this is a great summertime, 4th of July, Veteran’s Day wreath that is pretty straightforward to make.

Halloween:

BOO-Tiful Halloween Wreath – while this beautiful DIY Halloween Wreath will not scare anyone, it is lovely and stylish Halloween decor.

Thanksgiving:

Easy Thanksgiving Wreath DIY – for the “forgotten” holiday between Halloween and Christmas.

Christmas:

Easy Christmas Tulle Wreath – the colors are what make this Christmasy. If you swapped the red to blue, it would easily be a “winter wreath”.

Easy DIY Pine Cone Wreath – I have always labeled this as “Christmas”< but honestly it is more November through February than specific to Christmas.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


Sunflower Knot Wreath Materials:

• 2 yards Petal Color(s) Fabric, cut in one yard increments (you could do two yards, but my folding instructions are for 1 yard). Yellow 100% Cotton, 45″ wide was used for the craft shown
• 1 yard “Seeds, Florets” color. Brown 100% cotton, 45″ wide was used for the craft shown.
18″ Sunflower Wreath Frame
• Measuring Tape or Ruler
• Pen or Pencil
• Scissors

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


Sunflower Knot Wreath Directions:

• There is no need to press or steam your fabric unless it is extremely wrinkled, prohibiting you from being able to cut a straight line. Precision and exact measurements are also not necessary. The irregularity of the cuts adds character to this cute wreath!

• Lay your fabric in half onto a flat surface. This fabric is 45″ wide.
• Fold in half so that the long length is what you see (see photo).
• Fold in half again so that the long length is what you see (see photo).
• Fold in half a third time so that the long length is what you see (see photo).

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• Mark off one inch at the end of the fold.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• Cut to the end (approximately 4 5/8″ long). You will have a bunch of folded over piece of fabric (see photo).

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• Put your scissors in between the folds at the end, and snip (see photo).
• Continue to do this for all the yellow fabric and all the brown fabric.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• Insert a piece of yellow fabric at one of the petals. On this frame, the petals touch one other at points, so do those first and then work up – center to tip. It will be easier.
• Simply tie one fabric around the wire, pull tight. You are not double knotting.
• Scrunch together the fabric every few knots so you do not end up with hole.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• Do all the yellow petals first.
• Then the brown inside frame.
• When you have finished, make sure the knots are all on the outside of the frame.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• This is what the sunflower knot wreath looks like against one of my front doors.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• This is how the sunflower knot wreath looks against one of my clear stormdoors. You can see every detail clearly.

Sunflower Knot Wreath. This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!


• This is what the sunflower knot wreath looks like above my fireplace. While admittedly a darker area, you can see how looks fuller even though I never touched the knots in any of these three final photographs.

• This is a simple craft to do. Once all the material is cut, it can be done while watching an hour of your favorite television show.


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