Martha's peeps sent over this deeee-lightful Halloween stop motion short, which is included in the October's iPad addition of Living. Yeah, how about that? If I want my paper Living version to have stop motion, I gotta flip the pages real fast. Problem with that is the story is totally confusing. Anyhoo, take a look
Spice labels, pie charts, luggage tags, cookie sleeves, cooks' helpers, luminaries, bookplates, gift cards and bags and dozens and DOZENS of others are included
A while back Martha sat down with antiques dealer and mid-century modern aficionado Alan Moss for a chat about MCM furniture. It's a quintessential "Martha" interview, culminating in the perfect blend of information and yummy window shopping. And the best part is, you can watch it in its entirety on marthastewart.com.
These fold-over bookmarks are so cute and so easy to make thanks to Martha. Just download the PDF, print out the templates onto heavyweight paper, fold as indicated, adhere magnets and you're good to go! For the complete tutorial and free template, visit Martha's website.
Check out Martha's clever idea for repurposing button-up shirts into pillows. If the shirts have a pocket, it's suggested that you remove them with a seam ripper, but I think a pocket would be a great place to stash the clicker!
Supplies you'll need:
'One shirt with a button placket
Seam ripper (optional)
Paper, for making pattern
For the how-to run-down, head on over to Martha's place.
Running out of wrapping paper and bows and need more FAST? I saw this on Martha yesterday and put the Curbly spin to it.
What little wrapping paper you have left
Wrap your present in newsprint. I like the stock quotes as they make a nice, uniform background.
Cut a strip of wrapping paper to circumference the present, fold in edges, wrap around package, tape strip together in back of present.