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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Gift Wrap Place Mats, Cookie Cutter Candle Holder, Golden Frames

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In this holiday special, Carol Duvall and special guest Barbara McGuire create several decorations fitting of the holiday season. First, Barbara teaches the audience how to create some festive candle holders. Next, she shows the audience how they can transform their boring wooden picture frames into something eye-catching. Finally, Carol shows everybody how to create a gift wrap place mat to help people get their presents wrapped without all of the fuss.

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Ornament Ideas, Viewer Mail, Scanned Silk Pillows

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In this holiday special, Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some unique ornaments for their holiday trees. Later, she shows them how to create some holiday pillows using some unexpected material.

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Etched & Painted Holiday Plates, Bow Decor, Toothbrush Bracelet

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In this holiday special, Carol Duvall and special guest Kitty Bartholomew help the audience learn about new ways to decorate for the holiday season. First, Carol uses glass etching to create some holiday plates that are truly fitting of Christmas, then Kitty teaches the audience how to use holiday bows to their full potential.

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Faux Fireplace, Accordion Holiday Banner, Art Cards

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In this holiday special, Carol Duvall and special guest Mary O’Neil teach the audience how to create a faux fireplace to help any home feel more festive. Later, Carol shows the audience how to create some unique greeting cards that also serve a special purpose.

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Festive Holiday Tray, Crafty Custom Gift Boxes, Holiday Pins

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In this holiday special, Carol Duvall and special guest Linda Ragsdale teach the audience how to create a festive holiday tray. Later, Linda shows the audience how to create a personalized gift box to make gifts even more special, while Carol shows the audience how to use scraps and other excess material to create some holiday pins and buttons.

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2 :01x02 - Fun T-Shirt Pattern, Decorative Magnets

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Carol Duvall and guest Christy Feke teach the audience how to apply unique patterns to their shirts. Later, they reveal how one can use their children’s art to create memorable refrigerator magnets.

3 :01x03 - Glass Etching, Garlands, Gotz Dolls

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some unique crafts through glass etching. Later, she looks into some rare dolls from Germany that have become hot collector items.

4 :01x04 - Napkin Note Paper, Ragging Tips, Crafty Storage

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some personalized note cards through recycling napkins. Later, Christy Feke drops by to inform the audience about several ragging techniques that are sure to make their next painting projects easier.

5 :01x05 - Custom Gift Wrapping, Mosaic Projects

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Carol Duvall and guest Christine Angeli teach the audience how to create several inexpensive gifts that are sure to make people happy. Later, they show how people can use an egg and a glue gun to create some unique decorations.

6 :01x06 - Stencils

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some fascinating stencils that they can use in their next decorating project.

7 :01x07 - Hand-Colored Photos, Peter Max Paintings

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Carol Duvall interviews Peter Max in order to learn about some paintings that he had created for several world leaders. Later, guest Jane Gottlieb drops by to teach the audience how to create some photos using some unorthodox material.

8 :01x08 - Painted Plates, Paper Materials, Organizers

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Carol Duvall and guest Jane Gottlieb teach the audience how to decorate their dinner plates in order to make them highly decorative. Later, Carol helps the audience understand the basics when it comes to organizing crafting supplies.

9 :01x09 - Impressionist Quilting, Arts & Crafts School, Toolboxes

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience the basics in regards to impressionistic quilting. Later, she travels to the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in order to help the audience learn more about the school and the types of crafts that they can learn by attending it.

10 :01x10 - Airbrushing, Desk Set, Doll Face Design

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to make a desk set. Later, guest Bettie Johnson drops by in order to show how people can airbrush without the typically expensive costs associated with it.

11 :01x11 - Cardboard Furniture, Garment Stenciling

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can use old pieces of cardboard to create some practical furniture. Later, guest Vicki Garnas drops by to show some stenciling methods that work wonders on fabric.

12 :01x12 - Silk Embroidery, Cardboard Storage Trunks

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Carol Duvall and guest Judith Baker Montano teach the audience how to use silk to create some interesting crafts. Later, the two of them show how cardboard can be used to help people with their storage problems.

13 :01x13 - Quilt Market

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Carol Duvall and guest Karey Bresenhan discuss their love of quilting with one another, though they also look into Karey’s organization that helped gather donations for those who were economically liberated after the fall of the Soviet Union. Later, guest Jane Gottlieb drops by to show the audience some of her personal experimentations with primary colors.

14 :01x14 - Gilding, Fun with Felt, Baby Bibs

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Caroll Duvall teaches the audience how to apply some patterns to their favorite articles of clothing without requiring sewing. Later, she creates some cute baby bibs to help young mothers create something unique for their child.

15 :01x15 - Soft Fabric Dolls, Photo Totes, Unraveling Prevention Tips

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Carol Duvall and guest Barbara Johnston teach the audience how to create some soft fabric dolls. Later, guest Suzanne McNeill drops by to answer some questions about crafting materials.

16 :01x16 - 3-D Stencils, Baby Baskets, Custom Doormats

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Carol Duvall and guest Dee Keller reveal to the audience several key techniques involved with three-dimensional stenciling. Later, the two of them show how to make a baby basket and some personalized doormats.

17 :01x17 - Doll Faces, Creating Business Stationery

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Carol Duvall and guest Barbara Johnston teach the audience how to create some high quality doll heads for their homemade dolls. Later, guests Paul Edwards and Sarah Edwards drop by to inform the audience how they can use simple computer programs to create some appealing stationary designs that can make their home businesses seem more professional.

18 :01x18 - Handcast Cotton Paper Kits, Flower Pots

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Carol Duvall and guest Dion Barron teach the audience how to create some crafts using terra-cotta molds. Later, Carol shows the audience how to make some decorative flower pots.

19 :01x19 - Ribbon Pillow Project, Crafts Marketing

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some decorative pillows with some common strings of ribbon. Later, guest Diane Barron shares some of her crafting ideas with the audience.

20 :01x20 - Open Front Sweatshirt, Fruit Vase, Spool Dolls

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can use an old sweatshirt to make a new article of clothing. Later, she takes out some fruits and vegetables in order to show the audience how they can be used to create some unexpected floral arrangements. Finally, she reveals to the audience how they can use some old sewing material to create some holiday dolls and ornaments.

21 :01x21 - Craft Stain & Tools, Safety Pin Jewelry, Buttons

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Carol Duvall speaks with the owner of a business who has made jewelry out of safety pins. Later, a special guest drops by to share some tips about how to remove craft stains.

22 :01x22 - Craft Tools, Assembling a Pen & Brush Holder

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Carol Duvall and guest Emma Samms teach the audience how to use a variety of tools, as well as how to assemble a hinged brush holder.

23 :01x23 - Picture Frames

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Carol Duvall and guest Emma Samms show the audience some techniques that can be used to decorate picture frames. Later, a special guest drops by to explain copyright laws that every home crafting business should know about.

24 :01x24 - Baskets, Boxes

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create a small basket, as well as how to decorate other baskets.

25 :01x25 - Recycling Neckties, Safety Pin Jewelry

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can recycle their old neckties in order to make some interesting crafts. Later, she reexamines some safety pin jewelry and informs the audience how they can make their own.

26 :01x26 - Bead & Bathtub Chain Necklaces, Selling Crafts

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Carol Duvall and guest Debbie Sekerak teach the audience how to create a necklace using some common materials. Later, they reveal how people with home crafting businesses can make more money by capitalizing on craft shows and books.

27 :01x27 - Rubber Stamping, Home Business Tips

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Carol Duvall and guest Julie McGuffee demonstrate to the audience how they can create some decorative crafts through painting on old scrap metal. Later, guest Jean Kievlan drops by to share some tips for those who are interested in starting a home crafting business.

28 :01x28 - Removable Trimmings

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Carol Duvall explains to the audience about how certain decorations aren’t permanent and how those decorations can be used to permit people to experiment with their creativity.

29 :01x29 - Music Boxes

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Carol Duvall and guest Julie McGuffee teach the audience how to create a decorative music box that is sure to impress people. Later, the importance of rented craft carts is examined to see just how they can affect home crafting businesses.

30 :01x30 - Needlework

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Carol Duvall travels to the Needlework Show in order to discuss various crafts with the participants. Later, she reveals how people can customize their hair accessories in order to match their outfits.

31 :01x31 - Kids' Fabrics

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Carol Duvall and guest Mary Jo Hiney teach the audience how to create a picture frame and decorate it with ribbon. Later, they show how people can use some paper material to create an unorthodox coin purse.

32 :01x32 - Keepsake Card

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create a highly decorative, albeit memorable, keepsake card.

33 :01x33 - Painting With Kitchen Utensils, Fabric Gift Bag

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Carol Duvall reveals to the audience how they can use some common kitchen utensils in their painting projects. Later, she teaches the audience how to create some gift bags out of excess fabric.

34 :01x34 - The Making of Rubber Stamps

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Carol Duvall looks into how rubber stamps are created, from the stamp’s pattern to its decorative handle, and then gives the audience some tips about how they can make their own personal stamps.

35 :01x35 - Vase Art, Color Change Paper

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can use some common crafting tools to decorate an ordinary vase. Later, she reveals a new crafting product that may help people with their creations.

36 :01x36 - Paintstitching, Anaglypta Embossed Wallpaper

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience the basics of paint-stitching. Later, guest Lee Riggins drops by in order to further expand on what she talked about.

37 :01x37 - Fimo Clay Demonstrations, Party Palettes

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Carol Duvall tells the audience about Fimo, a clay substance that can be used in a variety of crafts. Later, she examines how color pallets can be used to spice up any party.

38 :01x38 - Silk Painting, Decoupage Frames

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Carol Duvall and guest Mary Ann Roach teach the audience the basics of silk painting. Later, guest Linda Watson drops by to show how people can decoupage boxes and frames using images from magazines and newspapers.

39 :01x39 - Clay Gun Creativity, Quilt Design, Press Flowers

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how a clay gun works and how it can be used in a variety of crafts. Later, she meets with a guest in order to discuss how people can make quilts to make a particular memory more permanent.

40 :01x40 - Cork Wreaths

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Carol Duvall and guest Christy Feke teach the audience how they can decorate a wreath with some unorthodox items. Later, she meets with guess Susanna Oroyan to further see how Fimo can be used to create some practical sculptures.

41 :01x41 - Hat Decor, Racetrack Rug, Dried Flowers

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can decorate their hats in order to make them more fashionable. Later, she shows people how they can use dry flowers to decorate just about any object.

42 :01x42 - Young Bead Jeweler, Iron-On Decorations

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Carol Duvall meets with an eleven year old girl who has created her own beaded jewelry business. Later, she examines how iron-on patterns can be used to make a wide array of garments more attractive.

43 :01x43 - 30-Minute Dressmaking, Sew & Serge, Tree Art

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Carol Duvall and guest Jane Nesbitt teach the audience how they can create a dress in a mere thirty minutes. Later, Carol demonstrates how people can use tree branches to make some practical art work.

44 :01x44 - Faux Aging, Wire Jewerly, Sticker Art

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can make their furniture appear older than it actually is, in order to give it an antique style. Later, guest Charlotte Miller drops by to show people how they can create some jewelry with silver wires and beads.

45 :01x45 - No Talent Crafts, Button & Crochet Necklaces

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Carol Duvall looks into a variety of crafts that even novices should be able to create.

46 :01x46 - Pop-Up Cards, Quilting Anything

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some personal pop-up cards that the whole family can enjoy. Later, guest Jennifer Sampson drops by to help the audience learn how to better their quilting skills.

47 :01x47 - Folk Fashions, Scribble Art, Friendly Plastic Jewelry, Napkin Decoupage

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Carol Duvall and guest Jane Manfolk explain to the audience about the various styles of crafting fashions. Next, the two of them reveal how scribble art can be used as makeshift decorations. Later, Carol explains how some ordinary napkins can be used to make a basket appear more expensive.

48 :01x48 - Morgan Brittany Dolls, Baby Burp Pad

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Carol Duvall and guest Morgan Brittany discuss a line of collectable dolls and how they can be used to decorate a home. Later, Carol teaches the audience how they can make a simple, but fully practical, baby burp pad.

49 :01x49 - Quilted Wall Art, Photo Quilts, Layered Vision Quilt

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Carol Duvall meets with a wide array of crafters in order to learn the latest skills and techniques, so that the audience can learn them as well.

50 :01x50 - Beaded Jewelry, Making Dolls From Molds

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Carol Duvall and her guest Anna Maria Horsford teach the audience how they can make some attractive beaded jewelry. Later, guess Cari Mager drops by in order to tell people how to create porcelain dolls. Finally, Carol travels to a fair in order to see just what is popular amongst home crafting business owners.

51 :01x51 - Stenciling, Rug Hooking and Lampshades Kits

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Carol Duvall and guest Peggy Decker teach the audience how to use stencils to decorate their tables. Later, the two of them examine some crafting kits that have recently hit the market, in order to determine their usefulness.

52 :01x52 - Recycled Plastic Jewelry, Painted Canvas Rug, Craft Photos

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Carol Duvall and guest Kimberly Garringer teach the audience how they can turn old pieces of plastic into decorative jewelry. Later, they distribute some photography tips so that people can photograph their crafts in a better fashion.

53 :01x53 - Sock Monkey Hand Puppets, Quillows

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Carol Duvall and guest Bill Kirchenbauer teach the audience how they can use old socks to create a monkey puppet. Later, Carol shows how people can create a pillow that has a duel purpose as a quilt.

54 :01x54 - How To Paint Anything, Punched Paper

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Carol Duvall and guest Joanne Evans help the audience learn how to paint better. Later, guest Christy Feke drops by to recommend several videos that should help children get interested in arts and crafts.

55 :01x55 - Faux Paint Patterns, Checkbook Covers, Iron-on Vinyl

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Carol Duvall informs the viewers about Jocasta Innes’ latest book, which really helps make painting a breeze. Later, she teaches the audience how they can create a wide array of crafts through using iron-on vinyl.

56 :01x56 - Wall Colorwash, Cube Puzzles, Decoupage

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Carol Duvall informs the audience about a specific brand of paint that can be used to make walls seem more antique. Later, she reveals how old cards and photos can be used to create a personalized cube puzzle.

57 :01x57 - Plaster Face Masks, Manicures, Constructing Clocks

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Carol Duvall and guest Suzanne Beltramo teach the audience how to create a decorative face mask. Later, they examine how manicures can have a positive impact on those who create crafts. Finally, the two of them examine how many common objects can be used to create a clock.

58 :01x58 - Shoe Painting, Dollmaking, Magic-Marker Holders

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Carol Duvall and guest Vanesse Noel teach the audience how they can paint their shoes to make them appear more fashionable. Later, they demonstrate how people can create their own dolls using some simple material.

59 :01x59 - Origami, Sand Art, Sticker Glue Recipe

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can use origami to create some interesting crafts. Later, she examines how sand can be used in art projects, as well as how people can create their own stickers.

60 :01x60 - Expressive Art, Block Printing, Party Favors

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Carol Duvall and guest Nancy Drew travel to a YWCA shelter in order to teach people how they can use arts and crafts to express their individuality. Later, they reveal some of the basic techniques for block printing to the audience.

61 :01x61 - Stamping, Wearable Art

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Carol Duvall and guest Mary O’Neil teach the audience how they can use potatoes and fabric paint in their stamping projects. Later, they demonstrate how people can make something practical in their next art project.

62 :01x62 - Storing Art Supplies, Making Paper, Photo Boxes

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Carol Duvall and guest Arnold Grummer teach the audience how they can better organize their arts and crafts supplies. Later, they discuss a new form of recycling that allows people to make their own paper.

63 :01x63 - Fabric Stamping

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Carol Duvall and guest Mary O’Neil teach the audience how they can stamp decorations on their furniture. Later, they look into a wide array of doll creation kits that people can use.

64 :01x64 - Paper Piecing, Off-Beat Animals, Paper Beads, Book Suggestions

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Carol Duvall and guest Sue Rasmussen teach the audience how they can use paper piercing to help them on their quilting projects. Later, Carol meets up with a special guest who specializes in creating full-sized animal murals.

65 :01x65 - Rug Hooking, Screen Printing, Fun & Simple Designs

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Carol Duvall and guest Franz Spohn teach the audience how they can screen-pant designs on their favorite shirts. Later, guest Suzanne O’Neill drops by in order to show people how they can hook a rug with old rags.

66 :01x66 - Personalizing Ornaments, Holiday Jacket

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Carol Duvall and guest Suzanne Beltramo teach the audience how they can customize their holiday ornaments in order to make them more memorable. Later, they discuss how people can create a jacket that is fitting of the holiday season.

67 :01x67 - Holiday Centerpieces, Christmas Purse, Menorah

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Carol Duvall show how people can make a holiday centerpiece in order to make their home appear more festive. Later, she demonstrates how they can create a holiday purse, as well as a personalized menorah.

68 :01x68 - Decorative Bows, Floating Candles, Gift Wrapping, Chistmas Light Necklace

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some holiday bows out of common material. Later, she examines how people can create various crafts that are associated with the holiday season.

69 :01x69 - Wedding Show

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Carol Duvall and guest Kathy Lamancusa reveal some tips to the audience that should help them save money on their next crafting projects. Later, they specifically look into crafts that are appropriate for a romantic setting, such as moonlit dinners and weddings.

70 :01x70 - Father's Day Desk Set, Plaster Crafts, Framed Tracings

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create a personalized gift that is sure to make this Father’s Day to be more memorable. Later, she examines a wide array of foreign crafts and demonstrates some tracing techniques.

71 :01x71 - Masks, Gory Makeup, Party Ideas, Scary Accessories

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how to create some spooky decorations for Halloween, such as masks and other scary accessories.

72 :01x72 - Fourth of July

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Carol Duvall shows the audience some of her favorite July 4th decorations, particularly a statuette of Uncle Sam that was made with unorthodox materials. Later, she teaches the audience how they and their children can create a personalized buffet table fitting for any barbeque.

73 :01x73 - Back to School

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Carol Duvall shows the audience a new method to organize their children’s school clothing. Later, she talks about the latest clothing fashions, as well as how to use hair accessories to compliment those fashions.

74 :01x74 - Mother's Day: Scarf, Stationery, Gift Box, Cake Toppers

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience how they can create a variety of crafts that make great gifts for Mother’s Day. Later, she examines how people can create cake toppers to make just about any cake more exciting.

75 :01x75 - Easter Crafts

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Carol Duvall teaches the audience about a wide array of crafts that are perfect for Easter Sunday.

Season 2

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Gift Boxes, Plastic Bottle Holiday Ornaments

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Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make gift box from using bristol or poster board, a ruler and a craft knife. Viewers call in to talk about their holiday projects. Get the jump on the holidays by making handcrafted ornaments. Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates how to make several types of ornaments using recycled plastic bottles and paper punches.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Holiday Newsletter, Santa Crafts, Gossamer Gift Bags

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Guest Dee Gruenig shares ideas for stamping holiday greeting cards as only she can do! Dee suggests turning the family holiday newsletter into a holiday card pictogram for a delightfully different greeting. Host Carol Duvall takes viewer calls to discuss crafting Santa Claus figures. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make a fun and fabulous Christmas village.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: "Magic Bubble" Photo Ornaments, German Stars

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Guest Anita White shows how to make keepsake "Magic Bubble" photograph ornaments by adhering photos inside of a glass ornament and painting the inside with a special tool. Host Carol Duvall addresses viewer calls. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make beautiful paper German star ornaments.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Velvet Accordion Books, Time Capsules, Terrarium Ornaments

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Guest Mary O'Neil works a little holiday magic with her favorite fabric--velvet, of course. O'Neil demonstrates how to make an accordion book wrapped in hand-stamped, embossed velvet and decorated with satin ribbon. This clever, easy project makes a terrific gift for friends and family members. Host Carol Duvall talks about time capsule and explains some possibilities for creating one of your own. Host Carol Duvall takes viewer calls to discuss time capsule possibilities and year 2000 celebration ideas. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to terrarium ornaments from clear, plastic ball ornaments.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Snowflake Egg Ornaments, Moravian 14-Point Stars

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Guest Jane Pollak demonstrates how to transform a plain, old egg into a wonderful, handcrafted ornament. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to use a template to make 14-point Moravian stars, and takes viewer calls offering holiday tips and suggestions.

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76 :02x01 - Vest, Gift Bags, Gold Leaf Lampshade

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Famous folk artist Patrick Lose shows how to make a vest with a pattern from his new book, Fun and Fancy Jackets and Vests. Plus, Carol shares another new book full of classy crafts and shows how to make a gorgeous gold leaf lampshade.

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77 :02x02 - Metal Punching, Kids' Sweaters, Clocks

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How to get beautiful results with the art of metal punching. Plus, how to make colorful sweaters for your kids, and how to make a clock out of just about anything.

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78 :02x03 - Jake the Snake Sock Puppet, Shakin' Cards, Snow Globe

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Ann Jacobs Mooney shows Carol how to make the next in the line of sock animals: "Jake the Snake." She also shares how to create a personalized sock monkey like the one she made for David Letterman. Then, Jane Beard from the "Museum of Modern Rubber," shows how to rubber stamp Shakin' cards and demonstrates how to make a snow globe.

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79 :02x04 - Decorated Gift Boxes, Pocketed Card, Silkscreen Look

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Carol shows how to recycle your wrapping paper into gift boxes that will last. Jane Beard, from the Museum of Modern Rubber, returns to show us how to make a pocket card using rubber stamps, pens, and foam core. Jane also shares a new product to get a terrific silkscreen look, Plaid's "Screen Scenes."

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80 :02x05 - Ties for Dad, Gift Basket, Ribbon Pin, Adhesives

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Kid crafter Joe Lamancusa has a new twist on an old tie to make it light up. Suzanne McNeill shares great gifts (personalized gift baskets) that can be tailor-made for friends. Host Carol Duvall shows viewers how to make pins from ribbons & other fabric. Also Duvall shows new adhesives: Peel 'N' Stick double sided sheets, rub-on dry adhesive & user friendly "super" glue.

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81 :02x06 - Candles, Rag Dolls, Artistic Envelopes

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Recycling your throwaways into crafts by making candlesticks and rag dolls. Plus, making artistic envelopes out of old calendars and magazine pages.

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82 :02x07 - Quilted Tote Bag, Gift Bags, Knitting

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Carol shows how to make a quilted tote bag for all your crafting items. Peg Edwards shares the top tips for knitting and crocheting, and Marilyn Petrovic shows how to make molded items for every aspect of your child's next party, from the cake to the party bags.

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83 :02x08 - Ceramics, Victorian Fan, Beaded Bracelet

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We take a trip to one of a new type of ceramic shops that are popping up all around the country. Next, Jane Beard shows how to make a Victorian fan with a rubber stamp. Then, how to paint and fire ceramics at home without a kiln. Rae Siefert, from the Beadery, shows the tools for beading and how to make an elegant bracelet.

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84 :02x09 - Glass Mosaic Mirror, Pop Up Greeting Cards, Animal Print Tennis Shoes

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Vicki Payne, from the PBS series Stained Glass with Vicki Payne, shows how to update that old bathroom mirror by turning it into a beautiful and functional glass mosaic. Carol creates pop-up greeting cards.

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85 :02x10 - Treasure Chests, Rubber Stamp T-Shirt Design, Doll Face & Hair Tips

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Carol shows you a fun and easy way to turn discarded boxes into treasure chests. Next, learn how to use rubber stamps to make fun T-shirts for kids. And Suzanne McNeill of Design Originals shows how to make a no-fail doll face.

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86 :02x11 - Rubber Stamping: Types & Tips

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Christine Angeli gives a lesson in rubber. She shares tips and techniques for the beginner to the professional. Plus, kits for kids, new glitters and die-cut stationery.

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87 :02x12 - Silk Painting, Tassels, New Paints

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Sheila Haynes Rauen shows an inexpensive method of painting on silk. Plus, we learn the simple steps to making tassels. The latest products for knitting and crocheting are profiled.

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88 :02x13 - Potted Cut-Outs, Easy Bows, Bow Angel

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Pots are not just for planting anymore. They can be used to "plant just about anything." Lea Cavender, from E Z Bowz, Inc., shows how anyone can make beautiful bows in a matter of minutes. She also shows us how to make an angel from ribbon.

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89 :02x14 - Papier Mache Bowl

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We take a trip to a professional papier machi artist who sells her crafts for hundreds of dollars. We also have something for the beginner: Carol shows how to make bowls and boxes. Plus, some of the latest books for all your papier machi creations.

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90 :02x15 - New Products, Glass Memory Box, Greeting Cards

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Carol has new crafting products and Kathy Lamancusa has a way to show off your treasures with a glass memory box. Then, kid crafter Joe Lamancusa has special greeting cards that kids can make for any occasion. Suzanne McNeill has some great tips for crafting.

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91 :02x16 - Beeswax Candlemaking, Stamping Products, Work Space Organization

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Beeswax candles are in style but can cost big bucks. Christine Angeli shows how to make them yourself. Plus, Dee Gruenig from Posh Impressions has fun new products that will make crafting easier.

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92 :02x17 - Craft Market, Updated Tube Hat & Scarf, Craft Supply Alternatives

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We take a tour of the Contemporary Crafts Market where some of the country's best crafters can be found. Then, Peg Edwards and Carol create a tube knit hat and scarf. In the third segment, Carol Endler Sterbenz from Handcraft Illustrated has some terrific tips for transforming ordinary household items into artists' tools.

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93 :02x18 - Crafts Market Trip, Beginner Quilts

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We take a trip to the Contemporary Crafts Market in Santa Monica, Calif., where we hear some unique and beautiful music. Quilting expert Alex Anderson shows us how to make a simple maple leaf quilt. Plus, new quilting and sewing products.

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94 :02x19 - Stained Glass Sign, Cardboard Box Art

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Vicki Payne shares a "Welcome" sign for all seasons, made with stained glass. Carol shows us how to turn that ordinary cardboard box into a work of art.

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95 :02x20 - Woodburning Tools, Quilt Software, Magnets

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New products that make crafting easier, including woodburning tools, quilting computer programs, and "Critter" magnets. Grace Taormina has magnets that are fun and funky. Plus, Suzanne McNeill has useful suggestions for properly removing paint from brushes to help them last longer.

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96 :02x21 - Display Bag, Fabric Landscape, Ribbon Embroidery Lesson

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Carol has terrific gift bags for any occasion. Judith Baker Montano shows how to turn ordinary fabric into gorgeous works of art with her "fabric landscaping."

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97 :02x22 - Gilding, Duplicate Stitch, Tortoise Shell Finish

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Carol Sterbenz shares the secret for beautiful gilded table items. Peggy Edwards shows us how to do the duplicate stitch: it's knitting without the knitting needles. Chris Wallace, from Duncan Enterprises, shows how to get the tortoise-shell faux finish look.

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98 :02x23 - Millefiori Canes, Ribbon-Sculpted Roses

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Join Carol for an introduction to the Society of Craft Designers. She talks with Maureen Carlson, who has more than a few tricks for millefiori canes from Fimo clay. Also, learn the fine art of ribbonry by sculpting ribbon roses.

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99 :02x24 - Trash to Treasure, All-Purpose Pearlescent Paint

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How to turn what seems to be unsalvageable trash into a treasure. Plus, a Society of Decorative Painters member shows us a new paint that is great for fabric, jewelry, paper - you name it (products include "Pearlessence" and Hot Potatoes rubber stamping).

Source: HGTV

100 :02x25 - Travel Pouch, Clay Checkers, Storage Ideas

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Kathy and Joe Lamancusa share a "Magic Bird Pouch" that helps time pass more quickly for kids while Mom and Dad are away. Then Joe has a terrific clay checkers set that any kid will enjoy making. And, Suzanne McNeill has tips for organizing your crafting materials, using ordinary household containers. Finally, Carol gives us a brief look at Monday's show on silk ribbon embroidery and tells us the materials we'll need for our lesson with Judith Montano!

Source: HGTV

101 :02x26 - Rolled Fondant Cake Designs, Silk Embroidery

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Guest Judith Baker Montano gives an at-home silk-embroidery lesson. Also, guest Zella Junkin from Wilton Enterprises uses rolled fondant to create a beautiful designer cake.

Source: HGTV

102 :02x27 - Decorative Mirror, Rubber Stamping, Knitting & Crochet Appliquis

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Carol livens up a home with low-cost decorative ideas, such as turning an inexpensive mirror into an heirloom and knitting and crocheting appliques onto garments and afghans. Also, learn some techniques for permanent rubber stamping.

Source: HGTV

103 :02x28 - Beading, Paper Bag Crafts, Ribbons Work History

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Brown paper bags aren't just for lunches anymore! Watch as Carol and her guests create stuffed animals and a unique kitchen wall hanging made from ordinary brown paper bags. Rae Seifert shows the newest beading projects created especially for little girls, and Candace Kling shares the history of working with ribbons.

Source: HGTV

104 :02x29 - Glass Beads, "Iron On" Paint Transfers

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Vicki Payne shows you how to make your own glass beads--it's fun and safe to do at home. Plus, Carol shows you a new paint product that you can iron on.

Source: HGTV

105 :02x30 - Magic Dip Marbleizing, Vacation Box, Painted Conchos

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New and innovative crafting items from the latest craft shows. Therese Dellavalle shows different uses for the marbleizing product "Magic Dip." Then, Joe Lamancusa has a vacation box that kids can create. And, Suzanne McNeill has a neat project: painted conchos.

Source: HGTV

106 :02x31 - Embroidery Lesson, Gift Bag Clock, Cookie Crafts

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Judith Baker Montano joins Carol for a follow-up on last week's silk-ribbon embroidery lesson. Together they recap the necessary stitches and incorporate them onto a hat. Carol also demonstrates how to turn beautiful gift bags into tabletop clocks using foam board and quartz clockworks. Zella Junkin later shows Carol several cookie gift ideas from her book Gifts From the Kitchen.

Source: HGTV

107 :02x32 - Stamped Victorian Postcard, Chenille Shawl, Wood Grain Look

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Carol makes a Victorian postcard with a new rubber stamp kit. Peggy Edwards shows that working with chenille is easy (includes a crocheted shawl) and Chris Wallace from Duncan Enterprises creates a fantasy grained look with paint and gels.

Source: HGTV

108 :02x33 - Sewing Caddy, Wallpaper Bags

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Guest Jean Wells shares a great way to organize your sewing supplies with a sewing caddy, and Carol shows you how to make nifty gift bags with wallpaper.

Source: HGTV

109 :02x34 - Paper Sculpture, Backyard Table, Earrings

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Carol shows her son's rustic wood tables and teaches you how to make them from plywood and branches taken from your backyard. Also, learn how to make simple paper sculptures and beautiful yet inexpensive earrings.

Source: HGTV

110 :02x35 - Craft Emergencies, Glue Creatures, Handmade Paper Molds, Glue Answers

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Guest Karen Koblitz from the Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) shows how you can get assistance if tragedy strikes your crafting business. Next, get ideas for creative kids' projects including glue creatures and paper making with molds to form duck and daylily shapes.

Source: HGTV

111 :02x36 - Origami Cards, Clay Crafts

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Origami is the Eastern art of making paper sculptures. Today Carol shows you origami pop-up cards that you can make yourself. Also, you'll take a trip to an art-materials show where you'll see the new polymer-clay products now available and techniques for using them.

Source: HGTV

112 :02x37 - Stenciling, Crochet

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Origami is the Eastern art of making paper sculptures. Today Carol shows you origami pop-up cards that you can make yourself. Also, you'll take a trip to an art-materials show where you'll see the new polymer-clay products now available and techniques for using them.

Source: HGTV

113 :02x38 - Wood Crafts, Stain Gels & Markers, Home Business

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Today Carol introduces you to some very popular wood crafts and shows you inspiring examples at the Contemporary Crafts Market. Then, you'll learn innovative new ways to finish your wood with gel stains and stain markers, and author-crafter Barbara Brabec gives you advice on starting a crafting business.

Source: HGTV

114 :02x39 - Pergamano Paper Craft, Crafting Software, Rock Painting

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Mary Oskamp demonstrates the parchment paper craft of pergamano. This craft originated with Spanish nuns in the 16th century and has been redeveloped for today. Susan Lazear moves us into the 21st century with computer crafting, and Carol gives us a look at a new book on rock painting and shows examples of some of the projects.

Source: HGTV

115 :02x40 - Picture Matting, Craft Books, Bath Salts

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Matting makes the difference between an ordinary and an extraordinary framed picture, and today Carol shows you how to do it yourself. You'll also see some elegant books to help you create beautiful crafts, and guest Joe Lamancusa makes a nice gift for Mom: bath salts.

Source: HGTV

116 :02x41 - Brayer Rollers, Light Box, Circle Tips

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Barbara Johnston, of Dollmaker's Journal, shows us how to make those hard-to-find soft doll clothes out of nothing more than a fabric rectangle. Then, find out how to make jewelry out of your old fabric scraps. Finally, knitters can say "goodbye" to end weaving -- Peg Edwards has the key!

Source: HGTV

117 :02x42 - Doll Clothes, Fabric Scrap Jewelry, Knitting Tips

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Barbara Johnston, of Dollmaker's Journal, shows us how to make those hard-to-find soft doll clothes out of nothing more than a fabric rectangle. Then, find out how to make jewelry out of your old fabric scraps. Finally, knitters can say "goodbye" to end weaving -- Peg Edwards has the key!

Source: HGTV

118 :02x43 - Native American Art, Home Business Tips

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Carol visits one of the country's most respected museums of Native American art and gets a lesson in making authentic pottery and a Native American rattle. Also, Barbara Brabec gives a wholesale pricing guide and offers tips for your home-based business.

Source: HGTV

119 :02x44 - Papier Tole, Designer T-Shirts

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Carol demonstrates how to turn inexpensive prints into 3-D wall art using a technique called papier tole. It's an unusual process that offers fabulous results. You'll also learn how to create a designer T-shirt with guest Grace Taormina from Rubber Stampede.

Source: HGTV

120 :02x45 - Decoupage, Project Demonstration, Home Organization

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Carol shows you a modern way to get an old-fashioned decoupage look. Her guest Laura Kievlan demonstrates a project from her book "Fun With Foam 2," and guest Suzanne McNeill shows how to use pizza boxes to organize items in your home.

Source: HGTV

121 :02x46 - Wooden Lamp, Photo Albums

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Priscilla Hauser, the famous decorative painter, gives Carol a lesson in finger painting a wooden lamp. Then, learn how to add fun to your photo albums and make them last longer too!

Source: HGTV

122 :02x47 - Stenciling, Huggable Dolls, Seamless Crochet

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Jan Dressler shows how to make a decorative fire board by stenciling. Jan also shares how stenciling is not just for paint - you can stencil food, too. Then, Barbara Johnston has cute and huggable dolls. The pattern is your hand. And, Peggy Edwards shows the technique for seamless crochet.

Source: HGTV

123 :02x48 - Craft Society, Publishing Crafty Ideas

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You'll see where manufacturers and craft publishers go to see the latest in crafts when Carol visits the Society of Craft Designers. Next, Julie Stephani, editor of five craft magazines, shares the best way to get your craft idea published and shows you how to write clear instructions.

Source: HGTV

124 :02x49 - Battenburg Lace, Handy Crafting Tools

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Jeen Brown of Wimple Street Creations shows you how Battenburg lace is made and demonstrates some new ways to use this gorgeous material. Then see crafting products that will save you time and effort on your next project.

Source: HGTV

125 :02x50 - Millefiori Canes, Jointed Teddy Bears, Drying Fruit

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Joan Pompa makes life a little easier with millefioricanes when Carol visits her at the Society of Craft Designers. Laura Keivlan has a kidcraft with a little history lesson attached; a Native American medicine bag described in her children's book, A Gift of Hope.Then, Sandi Norris shows Carol how to make a jointed Teddy bear, while Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how you too can dry fruit.

Source: HGTV

126 :02x51 - Faux Finish Techniques, Pegboard Rack, Creative Inspiration

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Priscilla Hauser, the grande-dame of decorative painting, has unbelievable faux finish techniques she demonstrates on this episode. Also, folk artist Patrick Lose has a peg board rack you can make in a snap, and he shares some of the inspiration that helps him to create beautiful work.

Source: HGTV

127 :02x52 - Bound Garland, Painters Society, Baby Shower Knittables

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Carol Sterbenz, from "Handcraft Illustrated," makes a beautiful bound garland. Then a trip to the Society of Decorative Painters uncovers 30,000 members that range in ability and style. Plus, Peg Edwards makes knittables full of loving care for the next baby shower.

Source: HGTV

128 :02x53 - Miniatures Museum, Yo-Yo Quilt, Miniature Kits

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Miniature day on the Carol Duvall Show. We visit the Carol and Barry Kaye Museum of Miniatures, and Eve Karbolis and Ed Mabe share their miniaturized Route 66. Eve teaches how to make a miniature yo-yo quilt and an antiqued wall. Then, we see the latest in miniature kits.

Source: HGTV

129 :02x54 - Stamping & Embossing

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Grace Taormina has a project to make by using the popular sunflower. And, if you're still boggled by all of the different ways to emboss, Taormina takes the mystery out of it. Plus, a product that allows you to transfer any design to a knit, needlepoint, or cross stitch pattern.

Source: HGTV

130 :02x55 - International Craft Cooperative, Tin Can Desk Set, Charms

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Carolyn McKecuen has changed the lives of women around the world and now you by teaching how to take crafts to the international marketplace. Then, Laura Keivlan shows just how easy it is for kids to turn an old frame and a tin can into a desk set for Dad. Plus, Suzanne McNeill makes charms out of just about anything.

Source: HGTV

131 :02x56 - Paint Brushes

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Priscilla Hauser has a decorative painting lesson for you to follow along at home. She teaches the art of the brush stroke. Pat DeSantis, of Wright's, shows us how to embellish overalls with appliquis and leftover sewing items and turn them into an adorable outfit.

Source: HGTV

132 :02x57 - Cards, Ribbon Splitter, Pansy Afghan

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Host Carol Duvall teaches us how to make handcrafted greeting cards. Plus, Denise DeJaynes shows us how to decorate your next party with vibrant ribbon designs. Then, Peg Edwards gives tips for a double-triple crochet stitch.

Source: HGTV

133 :02x58 - Rubber Stamp Home Decor, YoYo Clown Doll, Sneaker Fun

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Mary O'Neil, of Hot Potatoes, shows us how to get new home decorating looks with rubber stamps for only $20. Then, Carol shows you a yo-yo clown doll that actually started out as a vest.

Source: HGTV

134 :02x59 - Making Herbal Oils, Envelope Pillows

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Guest Kathy Lamancusa tells you how to make your own herbal bath oils in decorative bottles, again at a fraction of the cost you would find in a catalog or gift store. Then, Carol shares the art of envelope pillows, that cost a fortune in the catalogs but she'll make them for much less.

Source: HGTV

135 :02x60 - Vibrant Wood Dyes, Kaleidoscopes, Wood Stenciling

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Finishing wood has been limited to painting, which conceals the wood grain, or staining with only dark colors available. Carol shows you how to get vibrant colors from cold water fabric dye. Then, Christy Crafton, from County Sampler's Decorating Ideas, shows how to stencil on wood with the fabric dyes. Then, Carol shows how to make your own kaleidoscope. And, Suzanne McNeill shows the best way to paint tiny objects.

Source: HGTV

136 :02x61 - Pin-Woven Vest, Candle Lamps

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Carol shows how to turn a candle into a lamp. Then Pat DeSantis shows us how to create clothing and furnishings from ribbons and bias tape. The simple yet beautiful process is called pin weaving.

Source: HGTV

137 :02x62 - Dried Flowers, Ribbon Crafts, Crochet

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Denise DeJaynes shows us how to make fun table decorations with ribbon and a ribbon splitter. Then Vicki Giese shows you how to make beautiful gifts for under $15 using freeze-dried flowers, and Peg Edwards has a crochet technique that's perfect for beginners as well as professionals.

Source: HGTV

138 :02x63 - Floor Mats, Cherry Bowl, Hand Portraits

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Carol tours the home of Bev Sexton who has crafted almost everything in her beautiful home. She shows you how to create a few special pieces with little or no money. She makes a floor mat, a cherry bowl and hand portraits, which are a cute way to watch your children's growth.

Source: HGTV

139 :02x64 - Wedding Dresses, Accessories and Tips

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Carol's special wedding show provides brides-to-be with some helpful and crafty advice. Pam Hastings, host of "Made To Order," shows why making your own wedding dress does not have to be intimidating and can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Later in the show, she shows you how to create an adorable ring bearer's pillow. Plus, Kathy Lamancusa crafts the accessories for the cake table.

Source: HGTV

140 :02x65 - Roll-Down Shades, Easier Crafting

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Christy Crafton, of "Country Sampler's Decorating Ideas," shows you how to change drab roll down shades into amazing colorful additions to fit any room. Then, Suzanne McNeill provides quick, helpful suggestions that make crafting much easier all on today's show.

Source: HGTV

Season 3

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Circle Cut Card, Holiday Sleigh

Dec/06/2004
Join host Carol Duvall for the first of five, hour-long, holiday specials with a live audience! Special guests include Leila Steineckert and Linda Ragsdale. Get a circle cut card lesson, learn how to make shrink plastic tiles to decorate a holiday sleigh, and see how Carol makes a holiday village from card stock. Plus get inspirational holiday ideas from viewer phone calls and audience members.

Source: HGTV

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Polymer Clay Vanity Gift Set, German Star Shoebox

Dec/07/2004
Join host Carol Duvall for the second of five, hour-long, holiday specials with a live audience! Guest Donna Kato demonstrates how to create a polymer clay vanity gift set with a makeup brush and a mirror. Host Carol Duvall shares German Star viewer projects and demonstrates how to make votive candle holders using vellum. Plus, get inspirational holiday ideas from viewer phone calls and audience members.

Source: HGTV

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Frame Ornaments, Christmas Cards

Dec/08/2004
Join host Carol Duvall for the third of five, hour-long, holiday specials with a live audience! Special guest Dee Gruenig shares ideas for making frame ornaments. Plus get inspirational ideas for displaying seasonal cards, and Yuletide tips from viewer phone calls and audience members. Also, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit premier egg diorama artisan Thelma Wilbur to see how she crafts fabulous egg art ornaments.

Source: HGTV

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Elegant Velvet Ornaments, Garland Galore

Dec/09/2004
Join host Carol Duvall for the fourth of five, hour-long, holiday specials with a live audience! Special guests include Mary O'Neil and Ellie Joos. Learn how to make elegant velvet ornaments, and gorgeous holiday garland, plus get inspirational holiday ideas from audience members and viewer phone calls.

Source: HGTV

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Winterland Window, Holiday Village

Dec/10/2004
Join host Carol Duvall for the last of five, hour-long, holiday specials with a live audience! Special guests include Priscilla Hauser and Pat DeSantis. Learn to paint a winterland window and craft bias tape Christmas village buildings, plus get inspirational holiday ideas from viewer phone calls and audience members.

Source: HGTV

141 :03x01 - Ringing Telephone Card, Sewing Machines

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, you'll get a ringing endorsement for a three-dimensional greeting card that will get anyone to phone home. Then, you'll see the latest in computerized sewing machines and learn how they can help even a sewing novice stitch virtually any pattern.

Source: HGTV

142 :03x02 - Trompe L'oeil Art, Dressed-Up Pillows

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, you'll see how easy it is to create beautiful dimensional wall graphics through the art of trompe l'oeil, as demonstrated by expert stenciler Jan Dressler. You don't have to be an artist to create these incredible designs. Then...if your pillows are worn, why not give your home new life with a little fabric and ribbon? Even the dullest pillows can be revived.

Source: HGTV

143 :03x03 - Furniture Facelifts, Denver Craft Show, Faux Books

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we visit one of the classiest craft shows in the country for inspiration from some incredible award-winning artists. Next, we'll get some great tips for giving furniture an instant facelift. Finally, we'll see how using wallpaper anywhere but the wall can give new life to dozens of items throughout the home.

Source: HGTV

144 :03x04 - Floor Game Rug, Coloring T-Shirts, Craft Show

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll get some first-hand tips from crafters who've turned their talents into big bucks. Then, we'll see how the kids will be "floored" by all the games and activities they can enjoy on a fun-filled activity cloth -- it's easy to make, and we'll learn how. Finally, we'll see T-shirts kids will love -- they can be re-colored time and time again!

Source: HGTV

145 :03x05 - Weather Vanes, Power Tools, Whimmydiddle

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In this episode...if you've ever thought that weathervanes were just wind indicators on top of farmhouses, think again. They have a long, illustrious history, and we'll look at one of the country's best collections. Then, we'll see one of Carol's toys that she has enjoyed since childhood. It's called a whimmydiddle and it has magic powers -- Carol shows you the secret of making one. Finally, we start revving up our motors for crafts that take serious power.

Source: HGTV

146 :03x06 - Stamping Lesson, Gift Wrap Projects, Decoupaged Toilet Seat

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In this episode... if you're a novice stamper, or if you've been re-inking your stamps for years, Dee Gruenig will show you some of the latest tricks and techniques for getting the most from your rubber stamps. Then, we'll go to one of the country's largest hand-crafted gift shows to look at some of the wackiest crafts you've ever seen. Finally, Carol will show you ways to take elegant gift wrap and make it a permanent and special part of your gift.

Source: HGTV

147 :03x07 - Garage Sales, Fabric Decoupage, Pillowcase Apron

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If you like the look of designer linens, fabrics or curtains, but don't want to pay the price, then you won't want to miss this episode. We'll show you how to create your own for a fraction of the cost. Then, garage sales are a great source of inexpensive craft supplies, and you can find some great deals if you know what to look for. We'll get you started.

Source: HGTV

148 :03x08 - Shelburne Museum Tour, Stenciled Window Sheers, Shadow Boxes

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Travel with The Carol Duvall Show camera crew on a trip to a centuries-old home whose wall stencils have made it a museum piece. Next, look at the art of stenciling, as well as some contemporary window treatments that will give a fresh, new look to old draperies Then, if you thought pillows needed to cost you an arm and a leg, think again. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how you can make them for next to nothing.

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149 :03x09 - Getting Organized, Beautiful Breads

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In this show, Carol will take you on a tour of "Craft Central," the small-town office where she stashes her craft supplies and makes the projects you see on TV. Next, she'll show you how you can organize your space to make it work for you. Then... you don't normally think of bread as "art," but it can be -- and the best part is, you can eat it, too!

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150 :03x10 - Twinkie® Decorating, Marketing Your Crafts

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In this episode... if you've ever admired the artistry of professionally decorated cakes, you'll be interested in seeing the tools and techniques that make it easy to decorate like a pro. Plus, you'll learn some fun decorating ideas for giving one of your favorite snack cakes an identity all its own. And, if you're a crafter who's thought of selling your products, you can learn the DOs and DON'Ts from a crafter who successfully sells and markets her crafts.

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151 :03x11 - Batiking, Explosion Card, Plywood Postcards

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On this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll see a step-by-step demonstration from a renowned Batik artist and Carol will show you how to create a similar project of your own. Then, you'll see some do-it-yourself greeting cards that are sure to be remembered long after you've sent them.

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152 :03x12 - Decorating Candles, Bookmaking, Polish Paper Cutting

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If you keep a journal, like to sketch pictures or are planning to write a novel, why not create your own book to put it all into? In this episode, you'll learn the art of bookmaking and see how easy it is to create and bind your own books. Next, we'll look at the lost art of Polish paper cutting and see how big scissors can create intricate designs. Then, Carol Duvall shows us how to make the homemade decorated candles that are currently so popular.

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153 :03x13 - Room Screen, Mirror Cupboard, Cork Crafts

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll see how to create a whole new area in the home, or just hide away an old one with simple and versatile room screens. Then, we'll learn that window and picture frames aren't just for windows and pictures anymore. We'll also get some great ideas for these beautiful and functional wall decorations.

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154 :03x14 - Bobbin Lace Weaving, Wall Paper Sample Crafts

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In this episode, you'll see how fruit and furniture combine to create a stylish work of art. Next, you'll see the incredible art of bobbin lace weaving. Carol's guest shows us some amazing creations that can be made with time, patience and a lot of talent. Then... you've all seen those wallpaper sample books, but did your know that old or discontinued books can be used for dozens of projects? Carol will show you some of her favorites.

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155 :03x15 - Ceramic-Like Paper Mosaics, Felting

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On today's show, we'll see an intriguing product that makes paper look and feel like ceramic. It's easy to work with, and can be used on a wide variety of projects. Then... you may not think about felt very often, but you'll never look at it the same way again once you see what can be done when you're "felting by hand."

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156 :03x16 - Cutwork Embroidery, Orizomegani

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In today's Carol Duvall Show, Jane Nesbitt will show you the art of cutwork embroidery and you'll see some traditional and modern methods for creating unique and delicate patterns. Then Carol shows you the art of "Orizomegani," or dipped and dyed tissue paper. Not only can you can make it yourself, but you can also use it in beautiful projects.

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157 :03x17 - Underwater Crafts, Ribbon Roses, Doll Making

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, you'll see an unusual new product that requires you to craft underwater -- it's crazy, but it works. Next... we've all seen ribbon roses, but did you know there's a whole garden's worth of flowers you can create with some simple techniques? Guest Ellie Schneider will show you how. Then, we'll meet some women who create original dolls and see how their job has become a whole lot easier.

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158 :03x18 - Window Stencils, Jewelry Box, Bread Dough, Knitting

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll learn how to magically transform an old overnight case into a stunning jewelry box. Then, we'll see how to turn "drab" to "fab" with some great ideas for year-round window stenciling.

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159 :03x19 - Chocolate Flower Basket, Photo Transfer

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If you love photographs, you'll truly appreciate a new technique that lets you transfer photographic images to virtually any surface. In this episode of the Carol Duvall show, you'll see an amazing variety of different looks you can create. Then... food crafting is a special art, and one of Carol's favorite food artists show us how easy it is to make beautiful flowered baskets.

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160 :03x20 - Candy Crafts, Block Printing, Child's Apron

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If you love candy (who doesn't?!), you'll get to see how easy it is to design and create your own crafty confections on today's show. Plus...if you ever carved a linoleum block as a child, you'll get to see how that technique looks in the hands of a master -- this artwork is truly incredible. Finally, Carol will show you how to make an adorable child's apron.

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161 :03x21 - Home Decor Stamping, Bead "Y" Necklace

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show...if you've been wanting to update the look of your home without spending a lot of money, all it takes is some rubber stamps, a bit of paint and a little ingenuity. You can create a wide variety of looks to brighten your home. Then, take a look at making some great jewelry -- we've got a simple beading technique that will have you making necklaces in no time.

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162 :03x22 - Knitting Know-How, Ultra Hip Ultrasuede

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show... if you've ever wondered where the crafters of tomorrow are coming from, look no further. We'll take you to an art show which caters to creative young minds. Next, find out how to create a "scarf that grows." Finally... leather and suede accessories can be expensive, but you'll learn how to create them easily at a fraction of the cost.

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163 :03x23 - Decorative Walking Sticks, Needle Tatting

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In this episode...if you've ever used a cane for style or necessity, you'll appreciate the wonderful ideas Carol Duvall has for decorating your walking stick. Then... if you're looking for a delicate craft that will really keep your hands busy, look no further than needle tatting. We learn what techniques and tools this craft requires.

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164 :03x24 - Plaster Projects, Marketing Crafts, Magical Rocks

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show...plaster has been around for centuries, but you'll never look at it the same way once you've see the incredible projects featured here. Then, learn how to turn your crafts into cash -- you'll find out how to begin marketing your crafts and how to maintain your business once it's set up.

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165 :03x25 - Topsy-Turvy Dolls, Antique Dolls, Frames

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In this episode of The Carol Duvall Show, we learn how to make wonderful, changeable dolls that anyone will flip over! Then, for some dolls from a different era, we take a look at one of the best collections in the country. And finally, for all the frame lovers, we get some fabulous, creative ideas that are "picture perfect."

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166 :03x26 - Wedding Cake Decorating, Custom Carry-Alls, Silk Show

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In this episode, we'll learn how to make and decorate a wedding cake -- it's easier than you may think! Then, we'll see some of the latest wedding accessories that will put your creative talents to the test. Finally, Carol shows us some little tote bags that make great carry-alls, then gives us some terrific ideas for personalizing them with flair.

Source: HGTV

167 :03x27 - Beaded Lampshade, Handmade Books

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There are few things as elegant as a beaded lampshade -- today, we'll learn how to add a beaded look to a favorite lamp. Then, Carol Duvall shows us some beautiful books that are incredibly simple to make, yet have a special handmade touch.

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168 :03x28 - Decorating Tiles, Portable Playhouse

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Guest Grace Taormina shows how to create some terrific tiles with hand-stamping and embossing techniques. Then, Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to build a great playhouse for kids with Stratocore and Carol Duvall shows how to create a variety of accessories with a birdhouse theme.

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169 :03x29 - Stamp Techniques, Quilling, Garden Glove Turtle

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Even if you're a veteran stamper, you've probably never stamped on leather or metal. In this episode, we'll show you how both techniques create an incredible effect. Next, guest Malinda Johnson shows us a craft that few people are familiar with. It's called quilling, and we'll see some amazing creations that these tiny pieces of paper can yield. Finally, guest Christy McNeill shows how to turn gardening gloves and pot saucers into whimsical garden turtles.

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170 :03x30 - Fabric Notebook, Tree Ring Basket, Dolls

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Carol Duvall teaches us how to turn an inexpensive notebook into a beautiful work of art. Then, we take a trip to Stowe, Vt. where we meet expert basket maker Irene Ames. Ames shows us how she weaves a basket from the rings of a tree. Finally, Barbara Johnston shows us how to create doll clothes from items found in your home.

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171 :03x31 - Sock Dolls, Felt Welcome Mat, Crafty Ideas

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall show, we'll see how to make a wonderfully soft, cuddly doll from socks. Then, we'll learn how to make welcome mats from -- believe it or not -- felt! Finally, Duvall will give us some great ideas from her shoebox of surprises.

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172 :03x32 - Stamp Ideas, Clay Lantern, Craft Products

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On this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll see a variety of great new stamping products, including one that allows you to create your own china pattern. Then, we'll venture once again into the exciting world of polymer clays and see some wonderful lanterns that can be created using this material. Finally, we'll see some of the new crafting products that are sure to make your life easier.

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173 :03x33 - Silk Flower Basics, Magic Slate Greeting Card

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We'll begin this episode with a lesson on the basics of working with silk flowers. Then, we'll take a look at some award-winning silk flower designs of professional floral designers. Finally, we'll get a great idea for a wonderful greeting card that can be used time and time again.

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174 :03x34 - Mosaic Stepping Stones, Dried Flowers

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In this episode, we'll see how mosaic stepping stones can make a beautiful addition to your backyard -- they're easy to make and we'll learn the steps. Next, we'll get some great tips for working with dried flowers and see some wonderful new products.

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175 :03x35 - Fabric Tubes, Artful Edibles, Great Garnishes

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This episode features the "fabulous fabric tube" -- it may change the way you look at tubes forever! Then, we see how food crafting is an art unto itself as we get some great ideas for putting crafting talents to use in the kitchen. Finally, we see how the food styling pros create food that only looks good enough to eat.

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176 :03x36 - Cast Paper, Clay Figures, Gourd Crafts

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On this show, we see the elegant look of cast paper and it find out how it all started with a rubber stamp. We also learn the secret of the technique. Then, we see some incredible figures made with polymer clay; they were made in just minutes and we find out how. Finally, we see how beautiful gourds provide the perfect canvas for a decorative touch.

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177 :03x37 - Embossed Velvet, Mesh Ribbon, Treasure Box

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On this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll learn a technique for creating the look of embossed velvet for a fraction of the store bought cost. Then, we'll learn how many uses the ever-popular gold mesh ribbon really has. Finally, we'll see Duval's favorite project, Grandma's Treasures.

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178 :03x38 - Greeting Card Ideas, Mosaic Frames, Ribbon Appliqui

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In this episode, we get more ideas for some fun and clever greeting cards that anyone can design. Then, we learn some low-cost ways to create the popular and beautiful (but expensive!) shell and tile mosaic frames. Finally, we learn a ribbon applique technique that can be used for dozens of projects.

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179 :03x39 - Mural Tracing, Crafty Combos, Viewer Ideas

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On today's show, we'll see some new and simple products that enable anyone to decorate furniture like a pro. Next, guest Donna Babylon shows us how two classic crafting techniques combine to create a fabulous look, and demonstrates the technique. Then, Carol Duvall shares some noteworthy ideas that have been sent in by viewers.

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180 :03x40 - Stationery Ideas, Homemade Wax Seals

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In this episode, we celebrate the lost art of letter writing as we learn how to craft a variety of stationery and notecard projects. Next, we see some homemade wax seals that give cards and letters a special touch of elegance.

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181 :03x41 - Polymer Clays, Stamping Cement, Fabric Ink

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Polymer clays are one of the most versatile items on the crafting market, and we'll learn how to create some great containers with them in this episode. Then, we'll see some simple techniques for decorating a patio or backyard.

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182 :03x42 - Crafts & Computers, Ideas From The Internet

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we see how crafting is moving into the computer age with thousands of projects and resources for those with a home computer. We'll find out what is required to get started. Then, Carol shows us some great craft ideas from the internet that can be created without a computer.

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183 :03x43 - Mike & Rita Duvall, Gold-Leafing, Felt Projects

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On today's show, crafting and decorative artistry come together as we see how a couple of host Carol Duvall's favorite artists added some special touches to their home. Then, Carol shows us a simple gold-leafing technique that will turn the ordinary into the exotic. Finally, guest Donna Babylon demonstrates how to create some great projects with felt.

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184 :03x44 - Topiary Bell, Foam Clown, Vinyl Jewelry

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In this episode, we'll see how garden bells make functional and decorative accessories for the garden and learn how to make them. Then, we'll get some great ideas for simple craft projects that kids will love.

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185 :03x45 - Branch Art, Triptych Greeting Card

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In today's show, we learn that the best crafts to make are often the ones that are free -- here, we see how to make great branch accessories for next to nothing. Next, we learn that although triptychs aren't normally thought of as having a place in craft projects, they can be turned into wonderful decorative greeting cards.

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186 :03x46 - Clay Bracelets, China Stamping, Stamp Tips

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On this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we'll show you a variety of great new stamping products, including one that allows you to create your own china pattern. Then, we'll be venturing yet again into the exciting world of polymer clays and learning how to make some stylish jewelry.

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187 :03x47 - Faux Flowers, Pin Weaving, Silk Show Visit

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In this episode...if you've often admired the artistry of silk flowers, but never thought you could achieve that look yourself, take heart. We'll see how to arrange them like a pro. And, we all love our family photos, but how do you put them all together? Carol shares some fun ideas you can create yourself.

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188 :03x48 - Glass Etching, Cornice Crazy, Craft Tips

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On today's show, we'll take a look at some beautiful glasses. They were all etched by hand with a simple technique that we'll learn today. Then, we'll see some great projects using foam.

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189 :03x49 - Craft Fair, Pin Cards, Garden Godmother, Topiaries, Flower Pot

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We visit one of the best hand crafter's fairs in the country. Then, we'll learn how to give a greeting card that will be remembered long after it's given with some unique new ideas. Finally, we see two more great projects -- a garden scarecrow and this terrific topiary.

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190 :03x50 - Needlepoint, Bin Bargains

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In today's episode, we learn the basic techniques of the delicate and beautiful art of needlepoint. Then, we learn how thrift stores can be an incredible resource for crafters—guest Bev Sexton shows us what to look for.

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191 :03x51 - Ceramic Tiles, Greenware & Bisqueware, Shoe Crafts

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In this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, guest Bev Sexton shows us how to create some beautiful ceramics and ceramic tile. She explains paints and glazes, and offers alternatives for those who don't want to undertake the entire process. Next, Carol shares a great idea for making a golf shoe tote bag. Finally, guest Gary Collins joins Carol to take a look at some crafts that Carol calls "moldy oldies" and some that she refers to as "wildly amusing."

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192 :03x52 - Russian Painting, Ribbon Roses, Hand Stitches

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In this episode, guest Debbie Linker from Creative Beginnings and 9-year-old crafter Patrick Lawler show us how to do some simple hand stitches while using creativity that teaches parent as well as kids. Then, Priscilla Hauser from Walnut Hollow demonstrates Russian- style painting on a wastebasket.

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193 :03x53 - Gift Wrapping, Crackle Decoupage, Ergonomic Crafting

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In today's show, we get some fun and creative ideas for exotic gift wrapping, from guest Sandi Reinke. Then, we learn how to create the popular crackle faux finish, and find out what tools and products are required. Finally, we see some tools that help alleviate the discomfort involved in crafting.

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194 :03x54 - Colorful Pillows, Quick Craft Tips

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On today's show, we'll see a variety of ways to add colorful images to make "picture perfect" pillows and tote bags. Next, guest Carol Sterbenz offers some great last-minute alternatives to traditional craft supplies that any crafter will appreciate (especially those who have ever started crafting and found they didn't have everything they needed!)

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195 :03x55 - Advent Calendar Chair, Ethnic Santas, Quick Gift Ideas

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Today's show features a special holiday celebration -- we begin by learning how to create an advent calendar chair the whole family will cherish for years. Next, we see how dolls figure into a special ethnic celebration of the Christmas holiday. Finally, Carol shows some of her favorite quick gift ideas that are sure to make a big impression.

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196 :03x56 - Floral Birdhouses, Table, Cherry Creek Festival

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On today's show, we see some birdhouses that are hot right now, and learn how easy it is to create one that's both decorative and functional. Then, we take a visit to one of the most eclectic art shows around and see some truly amazing projects. Finally, we look at some great new products.

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197 :03x57 - Doll Doctor, Botanical Crafting, Kaleidoscopes

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Craft materials can be found anywhere, and today we'll take a look at some items with international flair and see how they can add class to any project. Then, we'll learn how to create some decorative bathroom accessories using these unusual items. Finally, we'll take a special visit to a real life "doll doctor" who has a special relationship with all of her patients.

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198 :03x58 - Wall Sconces, Fruit Painting

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On today's show, we see how to turn any wall from drab to delightful with beautiful wall sconces. Then, we explore the world of fruit painting and see how produce can produce wonderful hand-stamped fabrics and linens.

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199 :03x59 - Accordion Books, Photo Boxes, Stamping Products

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On today's show, we'll see some homemade books that have dozens of uses and learn how easy it is to make our own. Then, we'll see a great technique for hand painting old photographs that yields fabulous results. Finally... stampers take note -- this episode features some great new products you won't want to miss.

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200 :03x60 - Carol's Ornaments, Keepsakes, Garbage Bag Art, Card Coasters

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The Christmas season is upon us and in this episode, we'll get some great ornament ideas from Carol and her guest, Carol Sterbenz. Then, we'll see some terrific ideas on how to create your own keepsakes for just pennies. And finally...you'll never guess what we made our great garland from -- a garbage bag.

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201 :03x61 - Album Art, Luminaria

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On this episode of the Carol Duvall Show, we get some great ideas for creating photo albums that will become instant family heirlooms as Dee Gruenig of Posh Impressions shares her "album art" tips. Then, Carol will show us how to turn some paper and candles into classic homemade luminaries.

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202 :03x62 - Mary Engelbreit Interview, Decorative Pots, Bag Dispensers

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On today's show... you've seen her books, cards, and posters -- now meet the woman herself as Mary Engelbreit joins us in the studio. Next, we see how to use some exotic and unusual products to make great decorative pots. Finally, Carol gives us a great idea for plastic bag dispensers.

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203 :03x63 - Furniture Embellishments,Tassels

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On today's episode, we'll see why there's no reason the furniture in our homes shouldn't be as artistic as the pictures on our walls. We'll learn the techniques for creating beautiful, personalized looks. Then... it's tassels, tassels, tassels! We'll get a lesson on how to create these wonderful decorative accessories and get some great ideas on how to use them.

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204 :03x64 - Faux Finishes, Faux Food, Fireplace Screen

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Today, it's our own faux show, where everything you see is not necessarily what you get. First, we'll see a creative fireplace screen that uses several faux techniques. Next, we'll meet a top Hollywood food stylist whose creations only look good enough to eat. Then, Carol Duvall shows us some great new products that will have anyone with two hands faux finishing like a pro.

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205 :03x65 - Shelburne Museum, Quilt Care, Hardware Cloth Luminaria

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On today's show, we take a special visit to one of the most varied and interesting Folk Art Museums in the country. Shelburne museum is known for its quilt collection, and quilter Alex Anderson will tell us the best way to care for special quilts. Then, for the man who loves crafts, our "craft dude" shows a project that both men and women will love.

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Season 4

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Bead Ornaments, Ceramic Menorah, Feather Tree, Stockings

Nov/28/2005
Today's episode features guest Dee Gruenig demonstrating beaded acrylic ornaments and host Carol Duvall making a goose feather tree. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit ceramist Ellen Williams to focus on her ceramic menorahs. Plus, crafters from the audience get in on the holiday fun with show and tell and some spur-of-the-moment crafting!



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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Yard Cards, Holiday Pinafore, Star Ornaments, Cypress Knee Santas & More

Nov/29/2005
Today's episode features guest Priscilla Hauser who combines light construction with decorative painting to make yard cards, and guest Jeen Brown, who makes an easy-to-do holiday pinafore using dishtowels. Host Carol Duvall shares an idea for star ornaments, and The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit artist Pat Duet for a look at a cypress knee Santa. Plus, crafters from the audience get in on the holiday fun with show and tell.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Hanukkah Votive, Accordion Book Card, Dreidel, Wrapping

Nov/30/2005
Today's episode features guest Lisa Pavelka making Hanukkah votives, and guest Jane Beard, who shares her Twelve Days of Christmas accordion book card. Host Carol Duvall has some wrapping tips for the bow-making impaired, and The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Rhonda Kap for a look at dreidels. Plus, crafters from the audience get in on the holiday fun with show and tell.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Velvet Cornucopia, Candle Village, Floor Cloth, Santa Figurines & More

Dec/01/2005
Today's episode features guest Lisa Pavelka making Hanukkah votives, and guest Jane Beard, who shares her Twelve Days of Christmas accordion book card. Host Carol Duvall has some wrapping tips for the bow-making impaired, and The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Rhonda Kap for a look at dreidels. Plus, crafters from the audience get in on the holiday fun with show and tell.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop: Punchy Gift Wrap, Poly Clay Pendant, Tinsel & Americana Cards, Gingerbread House & More

Dec/02/2005
Today's episode features guest Michele Gerbrandt with a punchy gift wrap idea, and guest Donna Kato crafting a polymer clay pendant that makes a great gift. Host Carol Duvall shares tinsel art and Americana holiday cards, and The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Aaron Morgan's gingerbread house. Plus, crafters from the audience get in on the holiday fun with show and tell.



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206 :04x01 - Sock Hand Puppets, Andi Steinberg, Toddler Shoe Makeover

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Ann Mooney, the "Sock Monkey Lady," shows how to make a sock monkey, then demonstrates how to make a variety of sock characters with Velcro. Next, a visit to Andi Steinberg's New England home provides a close-up look at her creative painting and clever crafting skills. Carol Duvall wraps up the show with a toddler shoe makeover project.

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207 :04x02 - Leather Carving, Matchbox Treasure Chest

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Master leather carver Chuck Smith joins Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to construct a leather billfold. He also shows several advanced leather working techniques. Then, learn how to turn matchboxes into a collection of wonderful, tiny treasure chests. Finally, some rubber stamp kits designed for covering matchboxes are featured before the show concludes.

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208 :04x03 - 3D Memory Books, Papercutting, Clay Pins

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Olga Ponce Ferginson, master paper cutter, explains and exhibits different styles of paper cutting from Europe. Next, Sandi Genovese demonstrates how to put together really animated memory book pages. Carol Duvall shows how to make attractive pins from polymer clay.

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209 :04x04 - Calligraphy, Art Fest History, Craft Books, Finger Grippers

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Christine Angeli demonstrates an easy technique for learning calligraphy in just five minutes. Next, Carol Duvall highlights some published craft books. Then, Janet Hart discusses the history of the Arts Fest as artists from the festival share personal stories. Duvall closes with viewer letters.

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210 :04x05 - Mural Stencil, Color Pencil Creations

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Jan Dressler demonstrates how to bring the outdoors inside with her "fool the eye" stencils and stenciling techniques. Then, Carol Duvall demonstrates decorating with colored pencils.

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211 :04x06 - Wire Bracelet, Weed Baskets, Paperweaving

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Wendy Simpson Conner, bead and jewelry expert, shows how to make a bracelet from memory wire, a coiled thin wire that is used for jewelry making. Professional artist and basket maker Judy Mulford shows how easy and beautiful weed baskets are to make. Then, Carol Duvall demonstrates paperweaving.

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212 :04x07 - Tissue-Paper Art, Marbled Fabrics

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Master paper cutter Olga Ponce Furginson returns to show how to cut geometric designs out of tissue paper. Then, Carol Duvall visits The Original Rubber Stamp Convention. Next, guest Marjorie Lee Bevis introduces the ancient art of marbling on cotton and silk fabrics.

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213 :04x08 - Custom Invites, Household Finds, Creative Painting Convention

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Reporter / producer Laura Brown shows how to make unique custom invitations. Next, Barbara Burnett, from "Design Originals," shows some wonderful decorative items which can be made from items found around the house. Then, guest Sandy Aubuchon discusses the many activities that take place at the Creative Painting Convention. Last, Carol Duvall emphasizes the value of empty grooming or food product bottles.

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214 :04x09 - Nursery Stamps, Knitted Pillows

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Christine and her friend Annette Watkins of Printworks Stamp Company collaborated on the design and painting of this special nursery. Then they show how to embellish a toy chest with their stamping method. Carol Duvall displays some great crafts to knit. Then, she demonstrates how to take an old sweater and use minimal sewing to turn it into a pillow.

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215 :04x10 - Jazzy Glassware, Album Art, Tassels

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Publisher Lindley Boegehold uses a simple technique to jazz up wine and water glasses. Next, Dee Gruenig, of Posh Impressions, shows how to put together themed memory books. Then, Carol Duvall demonstrates the technique for making an elegant tassle from yarn or cord that has a self-knotted top.

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216 :04x11 - Milk Paint, Rub-On Transfers, Blillow

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Artist Lee Riggins-Hartman shows how to use new and improved milk paint. Then, she demonstrates how to use rub-on transfers to decorate various items. The next segment features a visit to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Then, Carol Duvall shows how to make a lightweight blanket with a built-in pillow case.

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217 :04x12 - Workspace Visit, Marbling Paper, Beach Tote

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Artist Jerry Berta and his wife Madeline Kaczmarczyk (also an artist), provide a tour of their respective work spaces in Michigan. Then, author and paper artist Diane Maurer-Mathison explains the different types of marbling. Next, Carol Duvall does her own project by making a beach bag tote.

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218 :04x13 - Clay Button Covers, Paste Paint, Contact Paper Designs

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Polymer clay artist and jewelry maker Donna Kato demonstrates her technique for making polymer clay button covers. Then, Diane Maurer-Mathison, author and paper artist, shows how to paint in paste. Then Carol Duvall shows how to make interesting designs with contact paper.

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219 :04x14 - Layered Pins, Kids Crafts, Scroll Saw Topiary

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Christine Angeli demonstrates a simple method for making ceramic-looking pins and cards using paper and clear embossing powder. Then she demostrates some easy craft projects for kids. Then, Andi Steinberg makes a topiary from wood. Last, Carol Duvall shows off some useful craft tools.

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220 :04x15 - Push Molded Clay, Magazine Review

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Sculptor Maureen Carlson demonstrates how to use push molds to create clay characters. Next, Carol Duvall visits with Renee Chase, editor and publisher of a magazine devoted to the professional crafter. Last, Duvall digs into her Shoebox full of viewers letters and ideas.

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221 :04x16 - Unique Trunks, Chests & Boxes

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Artist Chris Wallace from Duncan Enterprises shows how to decorate hope chests. Then, Carol Duvall shares some craft ideas designed especially for book lovers.

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222 :04x17 - Making Soaps, Baby Cap, Embossed Cards

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Guest Kelly Reno from Victorian Essence shows how to create wonderful bath and beauty products at home. She also provides some fabulous ideas for packaging her creations as gifts. Next, a step-by-step demonstration on making baby caps is featured, followed by a quick visit to the Creative Painting Convention.

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223 :04x18 - Heart of Roses, Kelp Jewelry, Photocopied Tile

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Fabric artist Yvonne Porcella explains how to transform fabric into an exquisite heart of roses. Then, Cheri Aldrich joins Carol Duvall to demonstrate her technique for making beautiful kelp jewelry. Last, Donna Kato visits Duvall to decorate a tile with a photocopied design.

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224 :04x19 - Clay People, Dried Bloom Decorating

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Maureen Carlson shows how to create an entire family of little characters made out of Fimo polymer clay. Next, Carole Jackman decorates items with dried flowers. Then, Carol Duvall shows some interesting products on the show.

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225 :04x20 - Silk Heart Collage, Gourds, Paper-Covered Table

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Painted fabric artist Yvonne Porcella shows how to make a collage with small amounts of silk and a metallic pen. Then, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit with gourd enthusiasts and host Carol Duvall covers a table with Con-tact paper for fabulous results.

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226 :04x21 - Temari Balls, Bottle Doll, Paper Frame

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Mo'a Romig-Boyles discusses her training and demonstrates as she makes a portion of a doll. Then, Diana Vandervoort teaches us about Temari balls. Last, Guest Dion Barron demonstates how to make a paper frame.

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227 :04x22 - Table Setting Tips, 3-D Cards, Crocheted Scrubber

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Guest Lindley Boegehold demonstrates creative ideas for table settings. Guest Sharon Brown shows the method she discovered for making a 3-D card or mobile using paper and stamps. Plus, get a quick lesson for crafting a knotted top tassel.

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228 :04x23 - Fiberfill Choices, Memories Expo, Scrapbook Resources

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Donna Wilder from Fairfield Processing demonstrates how to choose the right fiberfill for different needs. Then Carol Duvall visits the Memories Expo. Then, Duvall displays resources for innovative scrapbooks.

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229 :04x24 - Interactive Cards, 3-D Paper Sculpture

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Jane Beard, owner of "Museum of Modern Rubber," shows how to make your cards have movement. Then, Carol Duvall shows examples of incredible 3D pictures that have been created by manipulating paper.

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230 :04x25 - Flower Pillows, Artsy Eggshell Gifts

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Guest Christy Crafton from Country Sampler's Decorating Ideas magazine joins Carol Duvall and shows how to make gorgeous flower pillows. Then, egg artist Marina Degtjarewsky shows how to create one-of-a-kind gifts using eggshells. Her first demonstration is a hand-painted, satin-lined jewelry case made from a goose egg. The episode concludes with a crafting tip using Baby Wipes.

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231 :04x26 - Wrap Dolls, Baby Blanket, Cabbage Patch Cap

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Artist and doll maker Angela Briggs makes dolls that originated during the time of slavery. Then, Carol Duvall shows knitters a clever technique for knitting an easy baby blanket. Last, Duvall comes up with a simple knitting pattern to top off your real-life cabbage patch cutie.

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232 :04x27 - Bridal Chair Swag, Rubber Stamps

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The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit the home of wedding planner and designer Beverly Clark to discuss how some skills she acquired as a child have helped her create her business. See how she creates a beautiful bridal chair swag. Then, host Carol Duvall explores the wide variety of new rubber stamps available on the market.

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233 :04x28 - Faux Tile, Faux Wallpaper, Foam Boxes

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Carol Duvall and Mary O'Neil of Hot Potatoes discuss and show a technique for kitchen stamping that gives the look of tile. Mary also shows how to create wallpaper with stamps. Then, Duvall demonstrates how to make a box from scratch out of foamboard and shows how the top of the box can serve as a table top as well.

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234 :04x29 - Artist Jerry Berta, Greeting Cards, Tin Flowers

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Artist Jerry Berta shows Carol Duvall how he helps children develop a love for art and presents Duvall with her own diner. Next, Duvall demonstrates how to make handmade collage greeting cards. Finally, Dorris Sorensen shows Duvall how to create a flower arrangement out of an old Christmas tin with her tin painting project.

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235 :04x30 - Authentic Gems & Beads, Woodburning Techniques

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Artist Cheri Oshinsky demonstrates a woodburning technique that can be applied to furniture. Then, Wendy Simpson Conner, bead and jewelry expert, gives Carol Duvall some helpful tips on how to spot phony stones from the real thing.

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236 :04x31 - Garden Stepping Stones, Torn Paper Crafts

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Guest Florence Swanson shows how to create a concrete sundial stepping stone using a mold with plaster, concrete or cement. She also provides a look at the various types of paints and finishes that work best for finishing this project. The second half of this episode is devoted to a demonstration of some wonderful creations made from decorative torn paper.

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237 :04x32 - Easy Frosted Glass, Teapots, Crafts All Ages

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Guest Carol Sterbenz shows how she found an easy, inexpensive way to create trendy frosted glassware using etching cream. She demonstrates the process from start to finish, and explains how this project can be used to make wonderful wedding and shower gifts. Then, a visit to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival provides a close-up look at some great teapots, and Anna Reyner joins Carol Duvall to show just how easy it can be to start crafting.

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238 :04x33 - sy Cakes, Paints & Foils, Note Card Case

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Cake decorator Zella Junkin shows how to create fantasy cakes that are full of fun. Then, host Carol Duvall visits the Creative Painting Convention in Las Vegas, Nev., to highlight some of the newest ideas in painting. Afterward, Carol demonstrates a creative way to make a note card case.

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239 :04x34 - Ruffled Ribbon Bows, Party Favors

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"Ribbon Archaeologist" Candace Kling shares with Carol Duvall how to create a figure eight rosette. Then, the two of them use the rosettes to embellish various items. Finally, wedding expert Beverly Clark demonstrates how to create some fabulous party favors for any occasion.

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240 :04x35 - Gourd Woodburning, Bead Jewelry, Tin Notebooks

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Artist Cheri Oshinsky shows Carol Duvall how to use a woodburner to embellish a gourd. Then, bead and jewelry expert Wendy Simpson Conner demonstrates how to make bead jewelry on a loom. Finally, Duvall creates some tin notebooks with a variety of materials.H

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241 :04x36 - Making Perfume, Rubber Stamping, Paper Mirror Frame

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On today's show, Carol Duvall and Kelly Reno create some homemade fragrances. Kellene Giloff, editor and publisher of "Stamper's Magazine," shows Carol how to creatively use mistakes when stamping. Then, Carol visits the Original Stamp Convention to take a look at what is new in the field. Finally, Carol completes a unique paper mache mirror frame.

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242 :04x37 - Fantasy Fruit, Stamped Wall Art, Pyramid Boxes

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Carol Sterbenz from "Handcraft Illustrated" magazine demonstrates a great new concept in fruit centerpieces. See how to create a pineapple from dried yellow roses and eucalyptus leaves, then get the how-to for a variety of other fruits. Next, guest Vesta Abel shows how to create Indian stamped clay wall art, and host Carol Duvall gives a lesson in making pyramid boxes.

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243 :04x38 - Shoelace Decorating, Matting & Framing

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Today, Chris Wallace from Duncan Enterprises demonstrates how to use shoelaces and paint to decorate furniture and walls. Then, Carol Duvall shows how to professionally mat and frame pictures at home. Finally, Carol discusses the tools needed for a framing project.

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244 :04x39 - Glass & Ceramic Painting, Stamped Floor Cloth

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Angela Scherz from Pebeo shares some simple ideas for painting glassware and ceramics with Carol. Then, Grace Taormina of Rubber Stampede shows how to create a variety of looks with a single stamp and shows how to stamp on a floor cloth. Finally, Carol shares some terrific crafting tips.

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245 :04x40 - Silk Painting Miniatures, Bulletin Board Magic, Paper Mosaics

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Guest Sheila Rauen shows Carol how to paint miniatures on silk. Then, crafting expert Andi Steinberg demonstrates a simple way to dress up a bulletin board. Finally, Carol demonstrates paper mosaic projects using new paper mosaic products.

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246 :04x41 - Pressed Posies, Paper Weaving

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Guest Denise DeMarie shows Carol how to make plantable cards. Then, Carole Jackman demonstrates the best way to press flowers and she creates a pressed posies memory album. Then, guest Christine Angeli joins Carol to demonstrate a fabulous new technique for paper weaving.

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247 :04x42 - Drawing Basics, Stuffing Toys, Fringe Trick

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Author and drawing expert Ed Emberley takes a look at some examples of drawing techniques and shows how his techniques can be used to create drawings for several types of crafts. Then, Donna Wilder of Fairfield Processing shares useful advice for stuffing toys. Finally, Carol teaches us an innovative way to make a fringe.

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248 :04x43 - Teddy Bears, Memory Dolls

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Today's show includes teddy bear artist Chester Freeman who discusses his unique profession with Carol. Also, Chris Wallace from Duncan Enterprises shows how to make a doll with an apron that holds keepsakes.

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249 :04x44 - Gourds, Scarecrow Wreaths, Cardboard Vase

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Today, Carol Duvall meets Jolee Schlea who demonstrates how to work with gourds at the Ohio Gourd Show. Then, actor and author Mark Wood joins Carol to introduce a unique type of wreath that can be customized for any holiday--this one for fall. Finally, Duvall shares a great idea for creating an easy decorative vase.

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250 :04x45 - Paper Mache, Children's Jacket

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Kathleen Alonzo from Kunin Felt shows how to make a shaggy plush felt children's jacket from a pattern. Then, Carol shows how to make some great paper mache bowls, showing how to use cording and foamboard to embellish the bowl's shape.

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251 :04x46 - Fun Bird Houses, HIA Convention, Stuffed Toys

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Priscilla Hauser from Plaid shows how to decorate an unusual bird house that she refers to as the "Taj Mahal." Then, at the HIA convention, ceramic artist Pam Dean shows Carol how to create her own ceramic piece. Finally, Carol shows you how to make a pattern and sew bean bag creatures from velour fabric and stuff it with pellets.

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252 :04x47 - Wrapping Paper, Tour Italian Grotto

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On today's show, guest Don Nagel provides a tour of an Italian grotto in Frankenmuth, Mich. Then, Sandi Rienke, owner of "Loose Ends," shows how to create moss furniture from a cast-off table and chair. She also shows how to create embellishments from natural items. Finally, Carol Duvall shows us a new twist to the old craft of creating mini-mosaics with tile.

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253 :04x48 - Copper Framing, Rosettes, Craft Products

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Mary O'Neil from Hot Potatoes Fabric & Wall Stamps shows how to make frameable copper artwork and wall hangings. Then, ribbon artist and historian Candace Kling shows how to make baby rosettes from ribbons. Finally, Carol creates a new project.

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254 :04x49 - Almost Leather, Ceramic Painting

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Vesta Abel, founder of "Comotion Rubber Stamps," joins Carol in the opening segment to show a western style mirror featuring a rubber stamped design that looks like leather. Then, Carol demonstrates three exiting new paints for painting glass and ceramics. Finally, Carol visits the Professional Crafters Trade Show.

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255 :04x50 - Deco Painting, Making Rubber Stamps, Kimonos

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Guest Sheila Rauen shows how to use enamel sign paint from Deka to embellish plain decorative items. Next, Kellene Giloff, editor of two magazines on paper arts and rubber stamping, shows how to make rubber stamps. Then, Carol Duvall visits with Emi Fukushima, who shows how to make miniature kimonos from paper and ribbon. Finally, Duvall reviews the basics of painting, sanding and finishing wood.

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256 :04x51 - European Folk Art, Crafting Storage

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Priscilla Hauser from Walnut Hollow provides a look at several pieces of folk art from Holland, Germany and Austria. Then, Carol Duvall answers a viewer who wrote to ask for help because her bedroom had been overtaken by crafting supplies and tools.

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257 :04x52 - Kite Applique, Recycled Dolls

Oct/21/2002
Professional artist Judy Mulford has come up with a great way to recycle those old jeans that you've outgrown or that have gone out of style. Then, guest Terri Stillwaugh from Deco Art shows how Deco Art's Patio Paint adheres to different surfaces. Finally, grand champion kite designer Jose Sainz shows how to follow a kite pattern.

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258 :04x53 - Stamped Ceramics, Fireplace Screen

Oct/22/2002
Guest Grace Taormina of Rubber Stampede joins Carol Duvall to discuss one of the latest craft trends. Then, Christy Crafton of Country Sampler's Decorating Ideas shows how to make an unusual fireplace screen. Finally, Duvall shows some fabulous handmade papers that are now available in art stores.

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259 :04x54 - Bookcase Slipcovers, Wallpapered Floors

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Katie Nelson of Waverly Fabrics joins Carol Duvall to show how to add slipcovers to shelves and bookcases. Then, Katie returns to demonstrate a novel way to finish a floor that will add dimenion and architectural detail for very little money. Next, Duvall pays a visit to Frankenmuth, Mich., where David Zeese and Don Nagel show how they create the wonderful dolls that live in their Italian grotto. Finally, Dion Barron of Cotton Press presents a new line of mini-molds.

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260 :04x55 - Doll Faces, Brass Embossing, Painting Rocks

Oct/24/2002
Acclaimed dollmaker Susanna Oroyan shares some of her dollmaking secrets. Then, Larry Garlock from Lasting Impressions introduces the technique of brass embossing. Carol Duvall demonstrates a quick and easy craft for moms and kids.

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261 :04x56 - Wedding Invitations, Big Stamps, Tassels

Oct/29/2002
Priscilla Hauser shows how to turn a wedding invitation into an exquisite hand painted gift. Then, artist Lee Riggins-Hartman with Duncan Enterprises shows a new, one-of-a-kind stamp that is bigger and easier to use than traditional stamps. Finally, Carol shares her latest ideas for making beautiful, dramatic tassels.

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262 :04x57 - Crafting Safely, Bound Accordion Books

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Maria Nerius, 1996 Crafter of the Year, provides tips on making crafting more comfortable and more safe. Then, meet Evie Rosen who gained national prominence when she founded the charity "Warm Up America," which mobilized knitters to make afghans to donate to people in need. Finally, learn how to make bound accordion books.

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263 :04x58 - Cake Sculpting, Computer Crafting

Oct/31/2002
Join Carol as she pays a visit to "The Cakeworks," where cake artist Diane Jacobs creates unique and amazing cakes for any special occasion, and learn how to make some of her creations. Next, Carol provides a look at the world of computer crafting. Finally, Carol demonstrates three crafting products which have recently become more affordable.

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264 :04x59 - Floating Postcards, Outdoor Stencils, Gourds

Nov/01/2002
Dee Gruenig of Posh Impressions shows how to make Lucite postcards that she calls "floating postcards." Then, Dee shows how to make a three-dimensional postcard from a blow-up of a stamp that is mounted on foam core board. Next, stencil expert Jan Dressler shows how to use stencils outdoors. Finally, Ginger Summit and Jubal Harris show a number of musical uses for gourds.

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265 :04x60 - Washi Paper Jewelry, Contact Crafts

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On today's show, guest Emi Fukushima shows how to make ordinary wood beads into extraordinary embellishments, then turns it into jewelry. Then, Pat Desantis shows how to create with a new form of rick rack. Finally, Carol shows the hot new patterns in Contact Paper and Magic Cover.

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266 :04x61 - Vinyl Tablecloths, New Lampshades

Nov/05/2002
Designer Teri Daniels from JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts shows how to make and decorate vinyl tablecloths. Then, she shows how to make a dried floral arrangement from wheat and dried flowers. Next, Jean Wells joins Carol to demonstrate a brand new twist on an old embroidery stitch -- the buttonhole. Finally, learn how to create new lampshades.

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267 :04x62 - Felt Crafts, Calligraphy, Angel Spoon

Nov/06/2002
Kathleen Alonzo from Kunin Felt shows and describes the three kinds of felt. Kathleen then demonstrates a variety of different stitches that can be used on felt. Next, crafter and author Barbara Burnett from "Design Originals" joins Carol to demonstrate how to make an angel from an anique spoon and a tea towel. Finally, Carol shows a calligraphy kit that features illuminated letters.

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268 :04x63 - Old Notions, Bridal Headpieces, Animal Art

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Pat Desantis from Wright's provides some great new ideas for using old notions. Next, Offray spokesperson and author Ellie Schneider shows how to use ribbon to make bridal headpieces. Finally, join Carol at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival in Miami, Fla., where several artists display work that features an animal theme.

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269 :04x64 - Easy Knitting, Dolls, Knitted Fashion Show

Nov/08/2002
Emi Fukushima from the American Art Clay Company shows how to make a kimono pendant from fimo clay. Next, dollmaker Susanna Oroyan shows how to create a doll with moving parts. Finally, Carol Duvall creates a fun new craft project.

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270 :04x65 - Easy Knitting, Dolls, Knitted Fashion Show

Nov/11/2002
Today, pay a visit to the Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens, where a variety of hand-knit sweaters are modeled by two women and one man. Then, Candi Jensen from Monsanto joins host Carol Duvall in the studio to discuss how knitting is a hobby that all ages can enjoy. Then, guest Barbara Johnston joins Duvall to create doll hands and feet.

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271 :04x66 - Fimo Sushi Ornaments, Baskets & Postcards

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Guest Emi Fukushima shows how to make sushi Christmas ornaments from Fimo clay. Next, guest and acclaimed basket artist Judy Mulford joins host Carol Duvall to explain the centuries-old art of weaving baskets from pine needles. See other ways to incorporate pine needles in craft projects. Plus, get ideas for great Christmas crafts.

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272 :04x67 - Christmas Trees, Tree Skirt, Decorating Tips

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Follow along with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew to Bronner's Christmas Store, where there are trees that boast every possible theme. Afterward, fabric artist Jean Wells joins host Carol Duvall to show how to make a felt applique Christmas tree skirt. Next, guest Pat DeSantis from Wright's shows how to use pleated trim to decorate your home for the holidays. Plus, learn fun techniques for applying a temporary fabric holiday decoration to a sweatshirt.

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273 :04x68 - Ribbon Stocking, Snowman Jar, Calendar Card

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Guest Ellie Schneider from Offray Ribbon devises two elegant and stylish stocking from ribbon, fusible interfacing, fabric and buttons. Next, guest Teri Daniels teaches host Carol Duvall how to make a fanciful and fun snowman treat jar for holding Christmas "goodies." Then, learn how to transform a plain wooden triptych into a terrific calendar gift.

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274 :04x69 - Ornament Ideas, Christmas Crackers

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Guest Emi Fukushima demonstrates how to make intricate paper ornaments. Afterward, Arthur Tilford joins host Carol Duvall to show how to make Christmas "crackers" that pop as they are opened. Next, learn how to make wonderful, one-of-a-kind sugar ornaments for the holiday tree.

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275 :04x70 - Tree Ideas, Men's Gifts, Koma Ornament

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Guest Debra Shimer discusses how to decorate a Christmas tree using a theme. Next, guest Kelly Reno shows how to make after-shave gel, cologne, foot spray, and bug-repellent spray for the special people in your life. Afterward, guest Diana Vandervoort celebrates the holidays by introducing viewers to a Koma--a traditional Japanese wrapped ornament patterned after a child's spinning top.

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Season 5

Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop

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In today's show, Dee Gruenig uses a recycled mint tin to make an accordion-folded card-in-a-tin that opens to reveal a long, colorful message inside. Mary O'Neil shares what to do with all those old glass ornaments--make a wreath! Priscilla Hauser creates a beautiful holiday gift basket filled will hand-painted soaps, candles, and even cookies! Then Lisa Pavelka makes a Hanukkah dreidel and matching stand out of polymer clay. Karen Thomas folds up some folded paper ornaments, too. All this, plus viewer calls and audience show and tell.

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Carol Duvall's Holiday Workshop

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First guest Mary O'Neil creates embossed-velvet gift boxes that are pretty enough to be gifts themselves--and they're reusable! Donna Kato creates a striped clay tube eyeglass leash that will make a perfect gift for the ladies on your list. Priscilla Hauser paints a charming gingerbread birdhouse. Meanwhile, the kitchen crafters decorate papier-mache boxes and houses, plus viewer calls and an audience show and tell.

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276 :05x01 - Socktopus, Red Wing Sock Puppet, Etched Glass Sets

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Ann Jacobs Mooney makes sock animals and Carol Duvall give a demonstration on etched glass sets.

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277 :05x02 - Room Screen, Memory Book Pages, Photo Angel

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Chris Wallace paints a room screen with layering and sand techniques; and decorates a wastebasket. Dee Gruenig creates quick memory book pages and Carol Duvall's shoebox features a viewer's photo of her granddaughter made into an angel.

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278 :05x03 - Action Greeting Cards, Urn Art

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Jane Beard mades a "hungry frog" card and a "record player". Sandi Rienke transforms ordinary flower pots and urns into beautiful, rustic looking pottery.

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279 :05x04 - Miniatures Museum, Clean Stamping, Mosaic Lampshades

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Field piece on "Museum of Miniatures" featuring Lilli Ann Hamilton. Mary O'Neil demonstrates stamping with cleaner and Vicki Payne makes mosaic lampshades.

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280 :05x05 - Ribbon Cards, Preserving Momentos, Restoration Tips

Nov/18/2002
Ellie Schneider makes a hand-woven card and cardholder with ribbon. Field piece on "Autry - Conversation" on preserving cherished momentos. Carol Duvall demonstrates some restoration tips.

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281 :05x06 - Origami Magic, Sticks & Stones Crafting, Pounding Heart Card

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Jeremy Shafer highlights origami by demonstrating some simple folding techniques. He also shows us his original origami designs, including a nail clipper and hat. Finally, Carol Duvall demonstrates crafty ways to use "sticks and stones" in some of her projects. Her ideas are based on some projects featured in a book by Mary Maguire called Sticks & Stones.

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282 :05x07 - Lamp Bases & Shades, Mini Bookends, Needlepoint

Nov/20/2002
Carol Duvall takes a close look at many beautiful needle craft projects at the TNNA Convention in Anaheim, Calif. Some of the products featured are beautiful displays of bead work, canvases, patterns and new varieties of yarn and thread. Chris Wallace, a senior craft designer at Duncan Enterprises, shows us how we can make whimsical lamps out of things we can find in craft stores, or in our homes and backyards. Finally, Duvall recognized the need for small bookends for the tiny books lining our bookshelves, so she shows us how to make them.

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283 :05x08 - Basket Weaving, Mini Memory Book

Nov/21/2002
Field piece on Marian Walkingstick, a Native American basket weaver. She makes a simple reed basket. Ana A. Araujo makes a mini memory book.

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284 :05x09 - Stamp-A-Throne, Stationery, Memory Book Leftovers

Nov/22/2002
Carol Duvall interviews the founders of "Mixed Nuts" Linda Ragzdale and Diane Garrison, makers of cardboard furniture. Then guest Mary O'Neil decorates a royal throne. Next, Duvall offers ideas for using memory book leftovers.

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285 :05x10 - Carved Candle Box, Fiber-Etch Velvet

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Lynette Schuepbach carves a candle box from wood. Iris Lee demonstrates her fiber-etch design, makes a velvet photo album and a bolster pillow also using velvet.

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286 :05x11 - Kids' Needlework, Crazy Quilting, Weeping Heart Pendant, Fish Mobile

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Field piece on "TNNA Kids" featuring needlework projects for kids. Judith Baker Montano shows "crazy quilt" method and demonstrates a weeping heart pendant. Carol Duvall makes a fish mobile.

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287 :05x12 - Scrapbook Stamps, Rug Hooker Group Visit, Surface Stitching

Dec/30/2002
Dee Gruenig shows inexpensive ways to incorporate rubber-stamping into scrap booking. Field piece on "Traditional Rug Hooking" featuring hooked rugs and ways to use them. Wendy Hill demonstrates "surface stitching" and shows ideas on using leftover trimmings and material.

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288 :05x13 - Place Mats, Foam Core Lesson & Bank, Chalk Cloth

Dec/31/2002
Sandi Rienke makes some wild place mats. Ana Araujo teaches a foam core lesson and makes a foam core piggy bank. Today in the Shoebox, host Carol Duvall finds chalk cloth, cardboard core electric cord covers and bamboo toothpicks.

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289 :05x14 - Paper Engineering, Paper Bag Basket, Viewer Projects

Jan/02/2003
James Diaz shows his award-winning three dimensional pop-up books and demonstrates tab-pull and changing picture technique. Mary O'Neil creates paper bag baskets. Carol Duvall shares viewer projects from the Shoebox.

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290 :05x15 - Wedding Pew Bows, Books & Pens, Timeless Treasures Scrapbooking

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Ellie Schneider makes wedding pew bows, guest book, and penholder. Nancy Kraus and Lisa Heaney discuss the forming of their business, "Timeless Treasures" and show page layouts for scrap booking.

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291 :05x16 - Heart Lamp, Wire Weaving, Penny Pincher Cards & Letters

Jan/06/2003
Priscilla Hauser decorates a plain lamp with painted hearts. Judy Mulford weaves a looped memory rock necklace and a telephone wire basket. Carol Duvall's shoebox - penny pincher cards and letters.

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292 :05x17 - Crafter's Chair, Envelopes and Cards

Jan/07/2003
Chris Wallace makes a "crafter's chair" and Dee Gruenig makes a "peek-a-boo envelope" and photo greeting card.

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293 :05x18 - Candle Beauty, Rose-Back Mirror, New Products

Jan/08/2003
Field piece on "Candle Store & Factory" featuring Lynette Reed, a candlemaker who makes beautiful candles. Host Carol Duvall makes a roseback mirror and demonstrates some new products.

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294 :05x19 - Embossed Velvet, Paper Switch Plate

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Mary O'Neil demonstrates her embossed velvet technique and paints on velvet. Dion Barron makes hand-cast paper with embellishments and demonstrates a switch plate cover from a mold.

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295 :05x20 - Pop-Up Gift Wrap, Scrapbooking, Lettering Techniques

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Field piece on "Functional Art". Carol Duvall demonstrates pop-up gift wrapping and interviews Melody Ross on how to enhance writing and recording in scrapbooks. Ross demonstrates lettering techniques.

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296 :05x21 - Painted Wooden Teapots, 1970s Yarn Doll, Wrapping Strange Shapes

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Priscilla Hauser paints a wooden teapot. Carol Duvall creates yarn dolls. Juanita Lewis demonstrates ways to handle "hard-to-wrap gifts" such as a wine bottle and bag of potpouri and then turns an ordinary box into a handsome tuxedo.

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297 :05x22 - Moveable Murals, Country Crock Creations Winners

Jan/14/2003
Jan Dressler makes a moveable mural. Five winning creations from the Shedd's Spread Country "Creations" contest are shown. The grand prize winner, Nathan Christopher shows his winning fish creation.

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298 :05x23 - Found Materials Collage, Wedding Book Authors, Craft Books

Jan/15/2003
Guest Cheryl Stevenson demonstrates how to create a "Found Materials" collage. Then, the Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Amy Barickman and her mother Donna Martin, a crafty mother and daughter who both own their own craft businesses. Barickman and Martin talk about their collaboration on the wedding book Forever Yours. Next, Duvall talks about book store craft books on the market and demonstrates a project from a book titled Stringwork.

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299 :05x24 - Sante Fe Weavers, Gift Wrap Center, Tassel Making

Jan/16/2003
Field piece on "Santa Fe Weaving" featuring the award-winning Trujillo weaving family. Carol Duvall demonstrates gift wrapping, and interviews Kathleen MacTaggart on her tassel making invention. MacTaggart demonstrates how to make a tassel.

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300 :05x25 - Santa Fe Doll Art, Stuffed Cubes, Cake Decorating Tips

Jan/17/2003
Field peice on a special one-of-a-kind doll art exhibit. Carol Duvall makes stuffed cubes. Zella Junkin competes with Duvall in a cake decorating face-off.

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301 :05x26 - Dutch Folk Art, Kimono Wall Hanging, Frames, Lizard Box

Jan/20/2003
Priscilla Hauser demonstrates traditional Dutch painting. Ann Lefton makes a kimono wall hanging and decorates a frame and a box. Carol Duvall makes an exotic box.

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302 :05x27 - Ribbon Flowers, Stenciled Tabletop & Chair Cover, Corruboard Organizer

Jan/21/2003
Helen Gibb makes breathtaking flowers out of ribbon. Jan Dressler creates a stenciled patio table top and stenciled faded chair pads. Carol Duvall's shoebox features organizers from corruboard.

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303 :05x28 - Embossing, Knitting Stitch, Viewer Ideas, Craft Book Tip

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Christine Angeli demonstrates her embossing technique. Candi Jensen demonstrates a new knitting stitch. Carol Duvall's shoebox features paint edger, rubber stamp cleaner, hot glue art, paper doll, and how to choose craft books.

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304 :05x29 - Window Decor Paper Cutouts, Wood Carver, Bows

Jan/23/2003
Olga Ponce Furginson turns paper into hanging decorations for windows. Field piece on "Santa Fe Woodcarving" featuring wood carver, Nicolas Herrera. Carol Duvall demonstrates making sensational bows.

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305 :05x30 - Dolls, Friendship Plate, Rigid Wrap Bowls

Jan/24/2003
Field piece on "Doll Art International" featuring some of the best doll artists from around the world. Cheri Oshinsky makes her friendship plate. Carol Duvall does a demonstration on "rigid wrap bowls".

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306 :05x31 - Rustic Barn 3-D Glass Painting, Felt Rug Stenciling

Jan/27/2003
Priscilla Hauser paints on glass in 3D. Jan Dressler discusses the work involved in stenciling a castle and shows us how to stencil on a rug.

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307 :05x32 - Opaque Hearts Wall Hanging, Woodburning, Wood Postcards

Jan/28/2003
Yvonne Porcella creates a hand-painted hanging that looks like a quilt. Betty Auth demonstrates three woodburning techniques on basswood and shows us how to apply color to woodburning design. Carol Duvall makes wood postcards.

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308 :05x33 - Jewelry Collage Pins, Mini Book Jewelry, Candle Art

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Doreen Callori discusses her one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces and makes some collage pins. Christine Angeli makes mini book jewelry. Carol Duvall demonstrates rubber stamped images on candles and applying tissue paper cutouts to candles.

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309 :05x34 - Hawaiian Quilt Paper Cutting, Santa Fe Doll Art, Knitting for Kids

Jan/30/2003
Olga Ponce Furginson turns Hawaiian quilt patterns into beautiful paper cutouts. Field piece on the Santa Fe Doll Art symposium. Carol Duvall demonstrates knitting for kids and knitting caps.

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310 :05x35 - NAMTA Show, Scrapbook On A Wall, Chenille Rabbit

Jan/31/2003
Field piece on "Memory Lane Vegas". Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make a scrapbook on a wall. Jeen Brown makes a chenille rabbit.

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311 :05x36 - Cupcakes, New Products, NAMTA Convention

Feb/03/2003
Field piece on "NAMTA Overview" featuring innovative, new crafting products. Zella Junkin demonstrates cupcakes for kids and adults. New products - sew station, smart store, hobby holder, metallic gel ink and metallic pens.

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312 :05x37 - Fabric Painting, Ribbon Flowers, Notebook Page Tips

Feb/04/2003
Yvonne Porcella demonstrates her "raindrops" and "tideline" patterns for fabric painting. Helen Gibb reveals her secrets for making beautiful ribbon flowers. Carol Duvall's Shoebox features notebook page tips.

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313 :05x38 - Handmade Paper Embossing, Sticker Demo

Feb/05/2003
Cheryl Stevenson demonstrates her embossing techniques for adding surface pattern to handmade paper. Carol Duvall does a demonstration on stickers.

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314 :05x39 - Name Paper Cutting, Autry Museum, New Products

Feb/06/2003
Olga Ponce Furginson demonstrates a paper picado technique for cutting out names. Field piece on "Autry - New Exhibit" features an exhibit on Mexican American culture through crafts and artifacts. Carol Duvall demonstrates some new products - handmade paper, wall panels, OTT lights, light tracer, doll furniture, Peek-a-Boo dolls, Flexi stencil, Flexi stamp and handy tape.

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315 :05x40 - Paper Quilt, 3D Scrapbook Pop-up Pizzazz, Party Favors

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Guest Grace Taormina from Rubber Stampede demonstrates how to create an exquisite paper quilt using rubber stamps and left over natural fiber papers. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to add excitement and dimension to any scrapbook by creating 3-D picture pop-ups using stickers, die cuts and photo of family or friends. Then, Carol Duvall shares a viewer idea for creating pillow box party favors.

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316 :05x41 - Fimo Earring Organizer, Tomato-Cage Dolls

Feb/18/2003
Using polymer clay, Donna Kato demonstrates how to take an inexpensive wood picture frame and turn it into a functional earring organizer. Next, guest Dian Thomas shows the tomato cage dolls she has made. Then, Thomas demonstrates how to create a Father Christmas tomato cage doll.

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317 :05x42 - Happy Hats, Wedding Memory Album

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Learn about a volunteer organization called "Happy Hats for Kids". Then, guest Sandi Genovese demonstrates how to create a memorabilia wedding album, the perfect gift for the bride and groom.

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318 :05x43 - Doll Wigs, Clay Switch Plates & Votives

Feb/19/2003
Guest Barbara Johnston shows a display of dolls with different hair. Johnston demonstrates how to make doll wigs. Next, guest Karen Franklin demonstrates how to use polymer clay to make decorative rose votive candle cups using votive style candle holders.Then, Franklin shows how to decorate light switch plate covers using polymer clay.

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319 :05x44 - Mosaic Shelf, PVC Pipe Candlesticks, Crafts ala Carte

Feb/20/2003
Guest Connie Sheerin demonstrates how to transform and ordinary shelf with brackets into a mosaic masterpiece suign tile and broken china pieces. Then, Guest Donna Kato demonstrates how to create candlesticks using inexpensive PVC pipe and colorful polymer clay. Then, Carol talks with guests Donna Kato and her partner Connie Sheerin about their new business, Crafts a la Carte. Crafts a la Carte is a muli-level home party business using crafts as a spin.

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320 :05x45 - Cardboard Faux Tiles, Renaissance Crafts, Marker Tips & Ideas

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Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to create tiles out cardboard using a new ultra thick enamel and rubber stamps. Next, Carol's cameras go to the Southern California Renaissance Faire to meet artists and crafters. Guest Suzanne McNeil offers ideas, tips and techniques for lettering, borders, journaling, and page decor using magic markers.

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321 :05x46 - Faux Ivory Box, Polymer Clay Pen, Planter Footstool

Feb/24/2003
Guest Emi Fukushima shows how to transform Fimo clay into unique ivory or bone-looking bones. Then, guest Donna Kato demonstrates how to transform and ordinary ball point pen into a work of art. Later, host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to turn a plastic planter into a padded footstool on wheels.

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322 :05x47 - Storage Footstool, Rice-Paper Lampshade

Feb/25/2003
Christy Crafton of "Country Sampler's Decorating Ideas" magazine, shows us how to turn an old drawer into a whimsical footstool. Then artist Sheila Rauen has come up with a way to use silk paint on rice paper to create a unique, textured lampshade.

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323 :05x48 - Gold-Leaf Poly-Clay Pencil Cup, Table Runner, Twig Doll

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At the National Arts Material Trade Association show, Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to make a desk top pencil cup. Then, Guest Kathleen Alonzo demonstrates how to create an elegant table runner and placemats using a thick felt. Next, Guest Barbara Johnson shows a display of many different primitive dolls. Barbara demonstrates how to create a primitive wrapped twig doll.

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324 :05x49 - Hat Cockades, Hooked Rugs, Painted Mosaic

Feb/27/2003
Artist Candace Kling demonstrates how to make French ribbon creations. Next, Carol's cameras go to the home of Virginia Brown, a veteran rug hooker who dyes, cuts and hooks strips of wool into incredible works of art. Then, guest Wendy Hammond talks about creating works of art on any paintable surface using fabric paint.

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325 :05x50 - Hat Box, Scrapbooks, Hand-Colored Photos, Products

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Grace Taormina from Rubber Stampede demonstrates how to dress up a plain cardboard hat box using designer wallpaper decorated with rubber stamped designs. Next, guest Suzanne McNeill from Design Originals offers tips on how to turn everyday items lying around the house into fun a nd fabulous scrapbooking tools. Carol's camera's find NAMTA exhibitor Theresa Airey. She demonstrates how to scan a black and white picture, print it on watercolor paper, and color it in using pastel pencils. Then, host Carol Duvall gives the scoop on various craft products.

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326 :05x51 - Dry Ice Dragon, Pottery, Washi Creations

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Guest Dian Thomas is the queen of dry ice. She demonstrates how to make a fire-breathing dragon with smoke that actually comes from the dragon's mouth. Then, Carol's cameras visit potter Lisa Sales to see her create and carve unique pots. Next, guest Emi Fukushima demonstrates how to turn wood and plastic eggs into exquisite decorative pieces. Afterward, she demonstrates how to wrap a wooden napkin ring with beautiful, brightly colored washi paper.

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327 :05x52 - Felt Bowl, Rubber Stamp Craft Projects

Mar/04/2003
Guest Christy Crafton from "Country Sampler's Decorating Ideas" magazine demonstrates a felting technique that turns a toy ball wrapped with colored wool into a one-of-a-kind bowl. Then, host Carol Duvall discusses rubber stamp craft projects and products including those used to make envelopes, baskets, boxes, nutcups, napkin rings, paper dolls, and more.

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328 :05x53 - Pop-Up Scrapbook Pages, Wheat Weaving, Pillows

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Guest Kathleen Alonzo demonstrates how to take several different colors of felt and create a mosaic pattern around a picture frame. Renaissance Faire wheat weaver, Lester Rickman, Jr. discusses the history and demonstrates the ancient art of wheat weaving at Cora Hendershot's booth. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make graphics for pillows and gift wrapping using a computer and printer.

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329 :05x54 - Fabric Flowers, Handblown Glass, Scrapbook Products

Mar/06/2003
Guest Candace Kling demonstrates how to make fabric flowers using various sized squares of fabric. Next, the Carol Duvall production crew visits Paul Harrie who demonstrates the process of making blown glass. Then, host Carol Duvall talks about memory book products such as page liners, scissors, scrapbook covers, and kits. Carol talks about new products, "Undu" for removing glued down items and the Coluzzle collage puzzle.

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330 :05x55 - Wall Design, Hole Punches, Bead 'n Babies

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Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to stamp a message and decorative design up on the wall. Then, Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to create fun and creative die cut characters using a simple hole punch. Next, Suzanne demonstrates how to make Bead 'n Babies.

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331 :05x56 - Necktie, Origami Suit, Balloon Craft, Photo Stones

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Judith Baker Montano makes a Father's Day tie. Jeremy Shafer makes an origami suit for Father's Day and Carol Duvall does a demonstration with balloons and paper weights.

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332 :05x57 - Halloween: Hamburger Costume, Bird Mask, Gourds & Pumpkins

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Guest Dian Thomas makes adult Halloween costumes. Then guest Kathleen Ziegler makes paper mask. Next, host Carol Duvall demonstrates some favorite Halloween projects.

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333 :05x58 - Easter: Veggie Centerpiece, Scenic Eggs, Metallic Basket

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Kathleen Zeigler makes an Easter centerpiece out of vegetables. Carol does a demonstration on scenic eggs. Carol makes a metallic Easter basket.

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334 :05x59 - Valentine's Day: Heart Pillows & Wallhanging, All-Seasons Tree

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Guest and artist Sheila Rauen demonstrates how to customize silk fabric and use it to make miniature heart pillows, create button covers and more. Carol Duvall demonstrates a changing seasons tree.

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335 :05x60 - Mother's Day: Mini Hats, Deviled Egg Delights, Flowerpot Pen, Surprise Ball Gift Wrap

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Carol does a demonstration on miniature foam hats. Mary O'Neil demonstrates hand stamped one-of-a-kind gifts to make for mom. Mary O'Neil makes tasty treats to turn into a Mother's day tradition. Carol does a demonstration on making a surprise ball.

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336 :05x61 - Holiday Greeting Cards, Wire Christmas Tree

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Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to create elegant looking Christmas and Hanukkah cards. Next, Carol demonstrates how to create wire Christmas trees using 2" PVC pipe, wire, angled iron, and strands of Christmas lights. Then, Carol demonstrates how to make holiday trees using wire, a tomato cage, old twigs of artificial garland, and chenille.

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337 :05x62 - Bias Tape Christmas Village, Temari Ball, Needlepoint Ornaments

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In the spirit of Christmas, guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to create a Christmas village using bias tape. Next, inspired by the Temari balls of Japan, guest Diana Vandervoot demonstrates how to decorate Christmas ornaments with fabric. Then, host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to assemble festive holiday needlepoint cube ornaments.

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338 :05x63 - Ribbon Stars, Velvet Tree Skirt, Lace Snowflakes, Stamping

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Guest Candace Kling demonstrates how to transform ribbon into unique star decorations that can grace a Christmas tree or be worn as holiday jewelry. Then, guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates how to create an embossed velvet tree skirt. Next, Mary offers holiday gift ideas. Next, Carol does a demonstration featuring lace snowflakes, Sandy's Snowmen rubber stamps and Flexi-Stamps.

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339 :05x64 - Topiary, Ribbon Place Mats, Foam Snowflakes

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Guest Pat DeSantis shows a beautifully decorated Christmas table to be enjoyed throughout the holiday. Then, DeSantis demonstrates how to make place mats using prism ribbon. Next, Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make sparkle foam snowflakes ideal for holiday decor and offers quick Christmas ideas for for crafters.

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340 :05x65 - Snowmen Garland, Temari Ornaments, Metal Embossing

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est Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to make these cute snowmen from stiffened felt. Inspired by the temari balls of Japan, which are given on New Year's Day for good luck, Diana Vandervoort demonstrates how to make a basetweave ball. Then, Carol Duvall demonstrates embossing on metal with holiday flair. She shows how to emboss aluminum cookie sheets and aluminum foil.

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Season 6

Coasters, Pine Cone Ornaments

Dec/04/2006
Dee Gruenig creates the perfect gift—a set of crafty custom coasters decorated with pictures of friends and loved ones. Host Carol Duvall takes a viewer call. Ribbon artist Helen Gibb uses her talents to transform an ordinary pine cone into a beautiful ribbon-embellished holiday ornament. Members of the audience share their festive projects.

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Velvet Garland, Holiday Shoebox, Viewer Call

Dec/04/2006
Mary O'Neil creates embossed velvet garland. Host Carol Duvall shares an item from the shoebox and talks to a viewer via telephone. Member of the studio audience show their holiday projects.

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Poly-Clay Postcards, Holiday Floral Ideas

Dec/05/2006
Jill Slater shares holiday floral ideas. Host Carol Duvall shares a viewer phone call. Michelle Ross creates unique, mail-able holiday postcards using polymer clay. Members of the audience share festive holiday ideas.

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Air-Brushed Ornaments, Paper Towel Roll Ornaments

Dec/05/2006
Judy Schieck makes incredible air-brushed ornaments for the holidays. Audience members "show-and-tell" their holiday projects. Michael Strong recycles old paper towel rolls into fabulous holiday decorations. Host Carol Duvall takes a viewer phone call from a shoebox participant.

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Pop-Up Holiday Card, Santa Scarf

Dec/06/2006
Sandi Genovese makes pop-up holiday cards using paper cutouts. Host Carol Duvall takes a viewer phone call from a shoebox participant. Ana Araujo makes a festive Santa scarf. Members of the studio audience share their holiday projects.

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Exhausted Santa Box, 3D Paper Snowflake

Dec/06/2006
Becky Meverden creates an adorable Santa character using polymer clay. Host Carol Duvall talks to a viewer on the phone then demonstrates how to make a 3D paper snowflake. Members of the studio audience share their holiday projects.

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Photo Key Chain, Woven Place Mats

Dec/07/2006
Donna Kato makes a polymer clay photo key chain. Members of the studio audience share their holiday projects. Host Carol Duvall shares a technique for making woven place mats.

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Beaded Ornament, Photo Mosaic Cards

Dec/07/2006
Guest Karen Thomas creates a folded, beaded ornament. Members of the studio audience share their holiday projects. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make photo mosaic cards with a festive flair.

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Extraordinary Glass Ornaments, Hurricane Candleholder

Dec/08/2006
Tim Holtz converts plain glass ornaments into something extraordinary. Members of the studio audience show their holiday projects. Monica Heeren makes a silvery hurricane candleholder using mica. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer mail from the shoebox.

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Tiny Tannenbaum, Clay Menorah

Dec/08/2006
Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to create a tiny tannenbaum. Lisa Palveka makes a polymer clay menorah. Members from the studio audience share their special holiday projects.

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341 :06x01 - Sockodile, Stamping Innovations

Mar/10/2003
Guest Ann Mooney introduces the latest member of the Sock Monkey family--the Sockodile. Host Carol Duvall examines books and rubber stamping supplies available on the market for avid rubber stampers.

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342 :06x02 - Dragonfly Watering Can, Ann Arbor Summer Fair, Stamped Cards

Mar/11/2003
The Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair is in full swing when the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit. Exhibiting artists Jerry Berta, Janet Long and Michael Duvall talk about the charm of this fair and art fairs in general. Guest Priscilla Hauser is back to demonstrate painting technique called "floating." Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make stamped cards in a quilt block pattern using plain card stock, stamps, and embossing powder.

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343 :06x03 - Sponge Calligraphy, Memory Buttons

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Guest Dee Gruenig uses compressed sponges and dye pad re-inkers with a needlepoint nose to create a plaid border around the edge of a card. Guest Sandi Genovese demonstrates how to make greeting cards, frames and memory pages that utilize the memory button, a small plastic audio recording device.

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344 :06x04 - Polymer Clay Handle, Floor Cloth

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Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to design and decorate the handles of an ordinary make-up brush with polymer clay. Guest Jennifer Ferguson demonstrates how to transform scraps of vinyl flooring into a decorative, painted floorcloth.

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345 :06x05 - Silk Wall Hanging, Street Fair, Set Tour

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Guest Sheila Hayes-Rauen turns painted silk pieces into a gorgeous wall hanging. Carol Duvall's camera crew focuses in on the work of artist and wood turner Eucled Moore at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair. Plus, host Carol Duvall gives the grand tour around the new set.

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346 :06x06 - Tin Card Papermaking, Seaweed Baskets, Recycled Gift Bags

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Guest Arnold Grummer, the grandfather of handmade paper, demonstrates some basic papermaking techniques including the "dip" and the "pour" methods. Carol Duvall's cameras visit artisan Judy Mulford to catch a glimpse of her basketwork. Host Carol Duvall offers some great ideas for transforming those "freebie" shopping bags into fabulous gift bags.

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347 :06x07 - Finger Painted Vase, Ann Arbor Fair, Paper Clocks

Mar/17/2003
Glass artists at the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair discuss various techniques and philosophies. Guest Priscilla Hauser shares a beautiful picture of roses that she has painted. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make customized clocks out of paper products and purchased clock mechanisms.

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348 :06x08 - Slider & Envelope Cards, Mosaic Hurricane Lamp, Craft Storage Tips

Mar/18/2003
Guest Mimi Huszer Fagnant demonstrates how to transform any glass hurricane candle shade into a mosaic work of art. Guest Sandi Genovese demonstrates how to make interactive memory pages and cards. Host Carol Duvall pulls out her shoebox to get some tips on using shoeboxes as storage.

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349 :06x09 - Beads & Dragonfly Frame, Terra Cotta Cookie Jar

Mar/19/2003
Guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to decorate wood items such as boxes, frames and plates using wire, beads and charms. Guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to decorate wood items such as boxes, frames and plates using wire, beads and charms. Guest Jennifer Ferguson turns an ordinary terra cotta pot into a decorative container.

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350 :06x10 - Window Treatments, Wood Carvers, Decorative Pulls

Mar/20/2003
Guest Sheila Rauen makes window treatments using thick artist canvas, gesso, paint and decorative ribbon. Carol's cameras visit a meeting of the Ventura, California Channel Islands Woodcarvers guild that serves as a place for beginning and veteran woodcarvers to both share and develop techniques in woodcarving. Host Carol Duvall creates dynamic drawer pulls using wood cutouts decorated with craft supplies.

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351 :06x11 - Chicken Floor Cloth, Fiber Jewelry, Crafty Photocopy

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Guest Priscilla Hauser teaches Painting Brushstrokes 101 to produce a chicken-themed floor cloth. Carol's cameras visit the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair and focus on a fiber artist Janet Long. Host Carol Duvall uses photographs to decorate everyday items.

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352 :06x12 - Spiral Mobile, Lampshades, Paper Portfolios

Mar/25/2003
Guest Sandi Genovese makes a spiral mobile using a sprial die cut. Carol's cameras focus on artist Quincy LeNear as he discusses how he came to make art lampshades. Host Carol Duvall uses paper to make useful and decorative items for the home or office.

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353 :06x13 - Polymer Clay Faces, Paper Organizer

Mar/26/2003
Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to design and create a face out of polymer clay. Plus, host Carol Duvall introduces a new project using colored art paper to make portfolios for craft storage.

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354 :06x14 - Circus Animal T-Shirts, Painted Fish Bowl, Wild Things Prints

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Guest Ellie Schneider-Joos show Offray's premade line of ribbon circus animals such as lions, tigers, bears, zebras, and leopards. Guest Sheila Rauen uses an ordinary fish bowl to create a whimsical conversation pieces. Host Carol Duvall explains new and interesting things to do with popular animal print papers and fabrics.

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355 :06x15 - Clock Making, Duet Stamping

Mar/28/2003
Guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to make a clock using Walnut Hollow's peel-n-stick clock faces. Guest Dee Gruenig makes cards using duet stamps.

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356 :06x16 - Kaleidoscope, Stitching 101, Basket Weaver

Mar/31/2003
Guest Cheryl Stevenson demonstrates how to make a decorative kaleidoscope out of wrapping paper. Carol's cameras focus on Ann Arbor basket weaver Stephen Zeh as he pounds the bark from an actual tree to demonstrate how he harvests the fiber that comprises his baskets. Expert needlework artist, quilter and author Judith Baker Montano joins Carol to demonstrate several basic stitches that can be used in many types of needlework and quilting projects.

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357 :06x17 - Chenille Cat, Dyeing for Doll Making

Apr/01/2003
Guest Jeen Brown demonstrates a fast, easy way to make a charming, stuffed cat using irresistibly soft chenille. Guest dollmaker Barbara Johnston demonstrates different and non-conventional ways of dyeing material for dolls using household items.

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358 :06x18 - Polymer Clay Mobile, Roly-Poly Pillows, Sgraffito Painting

Apr/02/2003
Guest Barbara McGuire creates a mobile out of polymer clay. Carol's camera crew once again walks the streets of the Ann Arbor Art Fair to focus in on Don Townsend and his paintings that incorporate sgraffito techniques. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make very small accent pillows that liven up any area.

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359 :06x19 - Bridal Accessories, Paper Pockets

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Guest Ellie Shneider-Joos transforms a plain hairband into an extraordinary bridal headband using ribbon and purchased ribbon flowers. Guest Melody Ross creates woven paper pockets perfect for memory books, journals, or cards.

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360 :06x20 - Neck Dolls, Cardboard Tray, Native American Flutes

Apr/04/2003
Carol's cameras hit the road to focus in on Ernest Jones. Ernest is a Navajo Indian who creates wood flutes in the tradition of the Anazazi Indians, the predecessors of the Navajo. Guest dollmaker Barbara Johnston makes neck dolls with long bodies filled with theraputic aromatic stuffing. Host Carol Duvall transforms ordinary cardboard boxes into terrific trays.

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361 :06x21 - Stenciled Headboard, Polymer Clay Bunny Pins, Stacked Rock Sculpture

Apr/07/2003
Guest Cheri Oshinsky shows a variety of figurine items made from polymer clay. Carol's cameras focus in on the work of artist James Cannon. James tells the story of how he got started making wonderful, small sculptures from stacked rock and why he makes the pieces. Guest Jan Dressler shows how to save space in a tiny bedroom by stenciling a headboard on the wall.

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362 :06x22 - Mica Leaf Wood Box, Peek-a-Boo Pages

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Guest Grace Taormina stamps on mica leaves and handmade paper to create elements for embellishing a hinged, wooden box. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates some fun and wacky ways to display photographs in a scrapbook using peek-a-boo pages.

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363 :06x23 - Stained Glass & Toy Soap, Batik Paper, Scrapbook Organizers

Apr/09/2003
Soap designer Kristen Matarazzo demonstrates how inexpensive and easy it is to make decorative soap at home. Come along with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew to visit with artist/teacher Bernadette DiPietro. Bernadette uses her painting skills to help create wonderful batik paper. Host Carol Duvall introduces mobile scrapbook organizers that help keep supplies organized.

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364 :06x24 - Angel Doll, Painting Tools

Apr/10/2003
Guest Barbara Johnston demonstrates how to make an angel pedestal doll with replaceable Velcro. wings. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew zooms in on Gene West as he demonstrates the basics of carving a wood mouse. Host Carol Duvall offers crafty tips and tricks.

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365 :06x25 - Trompe L'oeil, Grannies Garden, Ribbon Butterflies

Apr/11/2003
Guest Jan Dressler shows how to combine stenciled designs with real objects in the home to create realistic trompe l'oeil effects. Guest Pat DeSantis shows how to make flower varieties and butterflies using ribbon and wired cord.

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366 :06x26 - Stamped Floor Cloth, Beadie Babies, Metal Embossing

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Guest Grace Taormina makes a canvas floorcloth to demonstrate how to acheive a variety of patterns and color variations using stamps and a rubber-tipped tool. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to make a three-dimensional beadie baby using craft wire and several types of beads. Host Carol Duvall introduces new products to use with metal.

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367 :06x27 - Memory Box Frame, Crop-a-Lot, Paper Bowls

Apr/17/2003
Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to incorporate stamped fabric and ribbon into a memory box frame. Hit the road with Carol's camera crew to focus in on artist Joan Rhine. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to use throw away photos and left over cropped pieces to decorate scrapbook pages.

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368 :06x28 - Crib Bench, Cookie Cutter & Jelly Roll Soap

Apr/21/2003
Guest Paulina Tosches demonstrates how to turn a secondhand flea market find into a whimsical furniture piece. Guest soap designer Kristen Matarazzo demonstrates techniques used to create colorful and decorative loaf soaps.

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369 :06x29 - Faux Cameo, Mask Artist, Paper Frames, Craft Products

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Guest Jane Beard demonstrates how to make faux cameo jewelry using rubber stamps and shrink plastic. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focuses in on the mask art of Ronda LaRue. Host Carol Duvall uses ideas from the book Paper Perfect to make paper picture frames, and shows some new interesting products on the market for crafters.

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370 :06x30 - Book Cover, Watercolor Stamping, Crazy Quilt Painting

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Guest Vesta Abel demonstrates how to make a leather-look book cover using a piece of heatable foam and a heat tool. Guest Cheri Oshinksky demonstrates a watercolor technique using rubber stamps that make a beautiful addition on note cards, gift tags or book markers. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to create a crazy quilt look on fabric.

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371 :06x31 - Instant Pillow Decor, Wedding Pop-Up Pages, Paper Mosaics

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Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to dress up pillows with various decorations to spruce up home decor. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates some very crafty techniques for making photos "pop" off the scrapbook page. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to use paper punches to create wonderful mosaics from paper or pictures.

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372 :06x32 - Tramp Art, Stick People Artist, Craft Products & Tips

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Guest Vivian Peritts introduces tramp art. Carol's camera crew goes on the road to bring us photography director and wood worker Dasal Banks. Host Carol Duvall talks about new ideas and products for crafting.

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373 :06x33 - Polymer Clay Face Canes, Handmade Lampshades

Apr/28/2003
Guest Donna Kato uses polymer clay to demonstrate her technique for creating a face cane. Host Carol Duvall shows a beautiful, handmade lampshade that can be made in 15 minutes.

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374 :06x34 - Stamping with Gold Leaf, Mix Media Artist, Mosaics

Apr/29/2003
Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates a unique way to use stamps for creating an elegant look on practically any surface using adhesive and gold leaf. Follow the Carol Duvall Show camera crew as they watch mixed media artist Cynthia Cook work with shadow boxes and metal. Guest Connie Sheerin demonstrates a mosaic technique for metal surfaces.

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375 :06x35 - Flower Power Kids Clothes, Scissor Art, LaQuinta Show Neckties

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Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to create many types of accessories that can be attached to kids' clothing and hats. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to see Suzette Hodnett make unusual neckties. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to use wavy-edged scissors to decorate scrapbook pages.

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376 :06x36 - Stamping on Metal, Leather and Wood; Vellum Cards

May/01/2003
Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to use thin sheets of metal, wood, and leather as stamping surfaces for embellishing craft projects. Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates a variety of techniques incorporating vellum, including cards and stationery.

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377 :06x37 - Satin Burn Purse and Scarf, Stamped Wall Border

May/02/2003
Guest Connie Sheerin demonstrates a technique for burning satin. Guest Mary O'Neil uses rubber stamp designs and plain removable wall paper border to demonstrate how to decorate walls for parties and special occassions.

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378 :06x38 - Surface Stitch Place Mats, Stamping Tricks

May/05/2003
Guest Wendy Hill demonstrates how to surface stitch material then shows how to use the material to make a beautiful surface-stitched, woven place mat. Guest Georgia Cerone is known for making stampers' lives easier. She offers some useful tips and tricks for stamping.

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379 :06x39 - Tin Can Cameos, Silk Cards, Butterfly Headbands

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Guest Linda Ragsdale shows some fun and whimisical ways to create functional art pieces out of recycled aluminum cans. Host Carol Duvall first shows how to make cards with any type of fine silk, rubber stamps, resist, and watercolor pens.

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380 :06x40 - Business Talk, Iron-on Transfers, Batik Eggs

May/09/2003
Jane Pollak is an Ukrainian egg artist. Join the Carol Duvall camera crew at Jane's home studio where she demonstrates how she makes her incredible eggs and talks about her philosophies. Afterward, Jane joins host Carol Duvall on the set to discuss how to start a business. Guest Ana Araujo teaches how to rubber stamp onto heat transfer paper designed to go through a computer printer. Host Carol Duvall explains how some products have become new and improved.

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381 :06x41 - Embellished Candles, Ted Gall Sculpture, Viewer Napkin Cards

May/12/2003
Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates how to embellish a candle using decorative paper punches. Carol's cameras go on the road to visit Ted Gall's artist studio in Ojai, Calif. Host Carol Duvall pull out some goodies from the shoebox, including vellum cards made by a viewer who used plastic wrap, vellum and paper napkins.

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382 :06x42 - Wire People Lapel Pin, Paste Paper Book

May/13/2003
Guest Kristen Powers demonstrates how to take an ordinary rubber stamped greeting card to a whole new level by adding jewelry wire, beautiful beads, and baubles. Guest Frankie Fioretti demonstrates how to create this incredibly easy and elegant designs with paste paper.

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383 :06x43 - Raw Edge Collage, Navajo Weaving, Beaded Pens

May/14/2003
Guest Wendy Hill shows and tells all about raw edge collage. The camera crew visits Navajo weaver Martha Yazzie. Host Carol Duvall, with help from a friend at Craftware, has discovered wonderful beaded pens.

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384 :06x44 - Stamped Gift Book, Painting Techniques

May/15/2003
Host Sherrill Kahn teaches how to carve "rubber" stamps from recycled Styrofoam. meat trays. Sherrill uses the Styrofoam. stamps along with purchased rubber stamps and paint to create a beautiful book cover. Guest Norma Zager demonstrates how to turn leftover yarn odds and ends into a beautiful hand knitted or crocheted afghan.

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385 :06x45 - Basket Greeting Card, Unusual Painting Tools

May/16/2003
Guest Ana Araujo demonstrates how to make a paper basket using rubber stamps. Guest Linda Ragsdale demonstrates wild and wacky ways to use an array of unusual tools like squirt guns, balloons, spray bottles and tubes to paint just about anything.

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386 :06x46 - Bloomer Greeting Cards, Ribbon Crafts, Coppersmith

May/19/2003
Guest Jane Beard demonstrates how to make a card that "blooms." Travel along with Carol's cameras as they visit with coppersmith Rob Bunting. Guest Sandi Reinke makes decorative botanical bundles using natural elements from Loose Ends catalog such as ribbon moss and gold twigs. She also demonstrates how to weave botanical ribbon to form decorative grids for the top and bottom of a twig bundle.

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387 :06x47 - Lucite Frames, Marionette Maker, Pebble Table

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The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visIts with dance teacher and marionette maker Pablo Rodarte. Guest Julianna Hudgins uses wire to decorate inexpensive Lucite frames. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to use anything from pebbles to broken dishes to make lovely tables.

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388 :06x48 - Glass Art, Unmounted Rubber Stamps, Eggshell Jewelry

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Guest Michelle Ross demonstrates how to mount economical unmounted rubber stamps using acrylic and wood. Guest Jane Pollak uses dyed egg shells to make pins and earrings. Guest Connie Sheerin demonstrates how to turn inexpensive household objects into decorative gifts and designer home decor.

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389 :06x49 - Painting Techniques, Flower Pounding, Footstools

May/22/2003
Guest Sherrill Kahn teaches how to paint on fabric using a credit card. She also demonstrates a technique to transfer rubber stamped images onto fabric by rubbing the fabric and stamps with crayons. Guest Linda Ragsdale demonstrates her technique for creating watercolor-type images using flowers. Linda places pansies between plastic wrap and water color paper, then pounds them with a hammer to leave a very detailed image of the flower on the paper. Host Carol Duvall shows how to create ingenious footstools for the home.

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390 :06x50 - Chocolate Crafts, Mini Scrapbook

May/23/2003
Guests Gayle and Michael ReMine from Simply the Best Chocolates demonstrate how to make chocolate molds and the chocolate to go in them! Guest Ana Araujo demonstrates how to make mini scrapbooks in triangle, circle and house shapes.

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391 :06x51 - Paper Pillows, Sticker Cards

May/26/2003
Guest Sandi Reinke uses fabulous paper from the Loose Ends catalog to create fun paper-covered pillows. Guest Andrea Grossman, from Mrs. Grossman's Paper Company demonstrates how to make elegant cards using stickers.

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392 :06x52 - Wire Desk Set, Rubber Stamped Doll

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Guest Julianna Hudgins creates a desk set out of silver wire. Guest Michelle Ross demonstrates how to make adorable dolls inspired by rubber stamps.

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393 :06x53 - Candle Stamping, Stained Glass Scrapbook Pages, Pelka Pottery

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Guest Vesta Able demonstrates how to dress up any ordinary candle by heating the surface with a heat gun, and stamping the soften wax with a rubber stamp. Carol's camera crew visits ceramics artist Joseph Pelk to see his beautiful pieces of pottery. Guest Michele Gerbrandt demonstrates two techniques for creating artistic and elegant scrapbook pages.

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394 :06x54 - Dyed Velvet Table Runner, Tote Bags

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Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates how to use dye to create custom colors on embossed velvet. Host Carol Duvall uses ultra-stiff plastic mesh, similar to needlepoint mesh, to make a pattern for a small rectangular tote bag.

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395 :06x55 - Gift Bags, Mosaic House, Toolbox Card

May/30/2003
Guest Andrea Grossman demonstrates how to make mini gift bags.The camera crew is on the road to visit the mosaic house of Bev Magennis. Guest Jane Beard demonstrates ideas for making greeting cards for the men in the family.

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396 :06x56 - Wired Table Setting, Navajo Silversmith, Circle Cutting

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Guest Julianna Hudgins uses her ingenuity and wire wrapping talents to create a table setting that's both elegant and fun. Travel along with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew to see Navaho silversmith Johnnie Frank. Host Carol Duvall shows new cutting tools for scrapbookers and other crafters.

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397 :06x57 - Stapled Art Frame, Fabric Stamping, Paper Mache

Jun/03/2003
Guest Kristen Powers demonstrates how to turn stamped artwork, pieces of acrylic, and industrial staples into a stunning frame. Guest Frankie Fioretti demonstrates how to create a screen print look with rubber stamps and a T-shirt. Host Carol Duval uses an idea from the book The Contemporary Craft of Paper Mache to demonstrate how to use two plastic bowls, paste, water, paper and patience to create a terrific art deco bowl.

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398 :06x58 - Plate Art, Fountain Artist, Shrink Plastic Project

Jun/04/2003
Guest Frankie Fioretti demonstrates how to make decorative display plates using air-dry paper clay. Come along with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew as they visit artisian Lygia Dubin. Host Carol Duvall shares a poly shrink material project idea from a viewer.

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399 :06x59 - Tin Night Lights, Watercolor Stamping, Decoupage

Jun/05/2003
Guest Jane Nesbitt shows how to create a decorative night-light using a piece of tin and a standard night-light. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to the decoupage convention in Stowe, Vt. and peeks in on the decoupage elevation class. Guest Mary O'Neil uses fabric paint and rubber stamps to make a watercolor embellished sweatshirt.

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400 :06x60 - Easy Dimensional Beads, Ghost Beads

Jun/06/2003
Guest Donna Kato demonstrates basic cane designs used to create dimensional beads. Get all the news on ghost beads when Carol's camera crew travels to visit Tonia Yazzie.

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401 :06x61 - Halloween: Pumpkin Candle, Goody Cards

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Guest Jane Beard shows two great ideas to brighten up any Halloween get together. Guest Georgia Cerone glues colorful papers to card stock and makes a couple of simple folds to create a "pocket" on the card. Host Carol Duvall introduces us to the witch. This Halloween spectacular is made from Styrofoam balls, dowels, a lampshade, some fabric and yarn. Afterwards, Carol shows how to make a Day-glo mask.

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Season 7

Tree Ornament, Caller: Clay Switchplate Cover, Bottle Cap Advent Calendar, Dryer Vent Snowman, Christmas Card Book

Nov/27/2006
Priscilla Hauser paints up a beautiful Christmas tree ornament. Then peek in the Shoebox with Carol and speak to a guest caller, Connie Okdie from Fla., who shares about her polymer clay switchplate cover. Then Mike Strong creates a bottle cap advent calendar. Finally, we end with audience show and tell: a dryer-vent snowman by Carol Otten and a Christmas card book by Robin Knutson.

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Shoebox: Glass Block Lights, Velvet Shoe Ornament, Velvet Take Out Boxes, "Ivory" Clay Pendant, Leather Gift Journal

Nov/28/2006
We begin with Carol and the Shoebox today, speaking with guest caller Angelique Bazell from Texas, who shares her glass block lights. Then Mary O'Neil makes a beautiful velvet shoe ornament, and we visit with audience members: Martha Schroeder shares her embossed-velvet take out boxes and Kathleen Mar shares a polymer clay "ivory" picture and pendant. Finally, Kari Lee crafts a leather gift journal.

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Personalized Place Card, Snowman Pen, Shoebox Caller: Reindeer Ornament, Audience Show and Tell: Coffee Can Snowman, Clay Santa Pin and Necklace

Nov/29/2006
Dee Gruenig makes personalized place cards for your holiday table, and Becky Meverden creates an adorable snowman pen. Carol peeks in the Shoebox and speaks to caller Lynn Catnes, who makes a reindeer ornament. In the audience show and tell, Kerry Hoyle shares her coffee-can snowman and Janet Pitcher shows off her polymer clay Santa pin and necklace.

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Clay Hanukkah Box, Shoebox: Advent Calendars, Audience Show and Tell: Dried Flower Ornaments and Amish Angels, Mizuhiki Tree Card

Nov/30/2006
Lisa Pavelka makes a polymer clay Hanukkah box. Then Carol speaks to caller Lisa Mckew, who made an advent calendar, and Connie Stumm shares her dried flower ornaments. Karen Thomas makes a Mizuhiki Christmas tree card.

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Snowman Card, Polymer Clay Pin, Audience Show and Tell: Walnut Scene Miniature, Package Pillows, Shoebox Caller: Photo Ornaments

Dec/01/2006
Tim Holtz makes a cute snowman card, and Donna Kato makes a beautiful polymer clay pin. From the audience, Pam Beamon shares a walnut scene miniature with polymer clay, and Julie Burns shares her package pillows. Carol opens up the Shoebox and speaks to caller Margaret Donnelly about her photo ornaments.

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402 :07x01 - Tissue Notecards, Mini Hogans, Kid Crafts

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Guest Mary O'Neil uses freezer paper, tissue paper, a hot iron, cardstock and ordinary notepaper to create elegant envelopes and notecoards. Carol's camera crew hit the road to watch as artisian Christine Yazzie makes perfectly replicated Hogans in miniature. Kid crafter Birdie Bartholomew demonstrates an easy way to make candles that look like a frothy cup 'o joe. Then Birdie shows how to make a headband holder, a pen and brush holder and a picture frame.

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403 :07x02 - Wall Hanging, Butterfly Plant Pokes

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Guest Jane Nesbitt makes a fabric wall hanging to display your favorite photographs. Guest Kathleen Alonzo makes butterflies and dragonflies from felt then assembles them as plant pokes.

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404 :07x03 - Votive Candleholders, Painted Scarf

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Guest Donna Kato uses polymer clay to make votive candleholders. Guest Michelle Newman demonstrates how to make a hand painted evening wrap using metallic paints, tassels and silk fabric.

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405 :07x04 - Pillows, Shadowbox Miniaturist, Sock Monkey Stuff

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The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to Connecticut to visit shadowbox miniaturist artist Karen Bloom. Guest Kathleen Alonzo and host Carol Duvall collaborate to make pillows. Host Carol Duvall goes through the mail to show some fun Sock Monkey items sent in from viewers.

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406 :07x05 - Suitcase Ottoman, Wooded Spoons, Dolls

Jun/13/2003
Guest Jeen Brown makes adorable stuffed dolls and pets. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus in on the work of wood artist Steven J. Park as he combines the rustic with the elegant in crafting wonderful wooden spoons and service pieces. Host Carol Duvall recycles garage sale suitcases by transforming them into ottomans using paint and foam stamps.

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407 :07x06 - Egg Carton Sculpture, Glass Artist, Can Storage

Jun/16/2003
The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits stained-glass artist Patti Gutowski as she makes lovely glass jewelry boxes with dried botanicals encased in the lid. Guest Ivan Reece shares some of his amazing egg carton sculptures that include elaborate portraits of athletes and presidents then demonstrates how to create an easy egg carton mouse. Host Carol Duvall reaches into the shoebox to share a viewer idea for making a storage bin using recycled cans.

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408 :07x07 - Doily Towel and Purse, Funky Frames

Jun/17/2003
Guest Jeen Brown turns ordinary towels into fabulous towels by embellishing them with fabric and fun lace doilies. Afterward, Brown makes purses using doilies and fabric. Host Carol Duvall makes fun photo frames with spikey wire-hair embellishments.

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409 :07x08 - Winter Heart Wreath, Tin Can Crafts

Jun/18/2003
Guest Rosemary Carsello talks with host Carol Duvall about theorem painting using layers of stencils and shades of paint to create a beautiful image. Then, guest Linda Ragsdale creates a animal-shaped candle luminarias and roses from recycled tin cans.

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410 :07x09 - Floater Card, Scrap Metal Lamps, Air Freshener Doll

Jun/19/2003
Guest Dee Gruenig shows a new card that "floats." The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits metal sculptor Nan Wollman to watch as she makes dramatic lamps from recycled scrap metal and lamp parts. Host Carol Duvall shares some of the mail sent to her from viewers highlighting projects they've made.

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411 :07x10 - Decoupage Convention, Sockhopper, Ceramic Tile Card

Jun/23/2003
Guest Ann Jacobs Mooney introduces the newest member of the Sock Animal family - a grasshopper named "Sockhopper." The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits a decoupage convention. Host Carol Duvall transforms paper into miniature tiles. The paper tiles can be framed, turned into a card or transferred to any surface where paper can be applied.

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412 :07x11 - Painting Techniques & Party Plates

Jun/24/2003
Guest Linda Ragsdale joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to paint with unusual tools taken from her children's toy box. Guest Dee Gruenig demonstrates how to get ready for any kind of party with a few simple supplies. She makes invitations that are card and envelope in one then shows how to turn plain glass plates into decorative plates suitable for any party. Host Carol Duvall discovers some funky yarn called FLUFF.. Carol uses the yarn to make even, standard stitches and creates some truly original pieces.

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413 :07x12 - Brayered Paper, Faux Floor Finish, Beaded Creations

Jun/25/2003
Guest Robin Schoenfeld demonstrates how to make beautiful papers using tissue paper. Working from a viewer tip, host Carol Duvall makes some unique candleholders using glass holders, faceted beads, sticky tape, and a little imagination.

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414 :07x13 - Decorating With Theorem, Miniatures

Jun/26/2003
Guest Rosemary Carsello demonstrate how to make theorem stencils using a piece of wallpaper as a pattern. Host Carol Duvall uses sardine cans, soft wood, and Con-Tact. paper to construct a miniature chest of drawers.

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415 :07x14 - Tea Bag Folding, Painted Needlepoint

Jun/27/2003
Guest Terri Pointer introduces tea bag folding, a variation of origami using tea bag wrapper or any decorative papers. Guest Mary Gannon demonstrates how to create the look of needlepoint on fabric using any type of stencil, a piece of window screen and paint.

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416 :07x15 - Mock Mosaics, Stenciled Cabinets

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Guest Jan Dressler demonstrates how to brighten up the kitchen by stenciling cabinet doors. Guest Linda Ragsdale uses air-dry clay, rubber stamps, paint and cardboard forms to make fun, faux mosaics.

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417 :07x16 - Magic Shakin' Card, Stained Glass Artists, Flower Petal Mosaics

Jul/01/2003
Guest Jane Beard demonstrates how to create shakin' cards using large, open, plainly designed rubber stamps, card stock, foam core, acetate and tiny beads. Artists Gabriela Aquilo, Marley Freeman and Jason Linder have teamed up as an artistic trio to create fascinating, colorful glass mosaics. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to watch the team at work. Host Carol Duvall shares a viewer project from the shoebox that uses flower petals to create picture mosaics.

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418 :07x17 - Chocolate Sculpture, Bound Boxes, Lap Desks

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Guest Michael ReMine from the Simply the Best Chocolates shows how to create chocolate art pieces with an aquatic theme. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus in on fiber artist Sharon Nicholas at her studio in Wisconsin. Reading and writing or cutting or gluing...this little lap desk is big enough to accommodate them all. Duvall shows how to make this lap desk

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419 :07x18 - Stencil Vertical Borders, Inlaid Pottery, Decorative Shoeboxes

Jul/03/2003
Guest Jan Dressler puts a new spin on an old stencil. to create a wallpaper effect. Jan turns the border stencil sideways to create vertical design stripes on the wall. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits ceramic artists Diana and Thomas Johnston's business, Brewery Pottery Studio, housed in a converted, 19th century brewery in Mineral Point, Wis. Ordinary shoeboxes don't have to be ordinary anymore. Host Carol Duvall explains how to take them apart and cover them to make decorative boxes.

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420 :07x19 - Easy Batik, Molten Lava Box, Bean Bag Toy Holder

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Guest Michelle Newman shares an easy batik technique using paint instead of true dyes. Guest Barbara Di Clemente demonstrates how to create the effect of a hot molten metal on a plain, inexpensive wood box. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make a perfect place for holding all those squishy toys, or maybe even crafting supplies, using a shower curtain or piece of vinyl.

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421 :07x20 - Silver Clay Heart, Fiber Burnout, Marketing Crafts

Jul/07/2003
New metalsmith Esther Anderson uses a silver clay compound to sculpt unique silver jewelry pieces and wonderful trinkets. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focus on the work of fiber artist Hattie Sanderson. Sanderson uses a technique called "burn out" to create incredible fabric pieces. Host Carol Duvall addresses the common question found in the shoebox: "How can I use my crafts to make some cash?"

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422 :07x21 - Washi Paper Pins & Boxes, Pillow

Jul/08/2003
Guest Emi Fukushima uses washi paper and chipboard to make a pin that looks like a book and opens like a locket to reveal photos or favorite quotes. Afterward, she transforms plain paper mache boxes into dazzling containers by covering them with washi paper. Guest Donna Wilder demonstrates how to make faux chenille then uses it to make a pillow.

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423 :07x22 - Negora Nuri Faux Finish, Stencil Show, Flowerpot, Magazine Rack

Jul/09/2003
Guest Barbara Di Clemente joins host Carol Duvall to talk about Negora Nori, a Japanese lacquer decorative finish. The Carol Duvall Show cameras traveled to the Stencil Artisans League Inc. Convention in Valley Forge, Pa. Using paper, cardboard, and an idea from the book Simple Paper Style by Dorothy Wood, host Carol Duvall makes pots and a magazine rack.

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424 :07x23 - Scrap Velvet Projects, Spinning, Craft Products

Jul/10/2003
Guest Mary O'Neil shows how to make several projects requiring only one-third yard of scrap fabric. Stefania Isaacson loves to spin fiber. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits as she demonstrates spinning on three different pieces of equipment. There are always new products coming out on the market to make crafting more fun and easier. Duvall shows some of those products.

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425 :07x24 - Polymer Clay Finials, Stencil Cutting, Retro Tote Bags

Jul/14/2003
Guest Donna Kato demonstrates how to make fabulous finials using polymer clay. While at the Stencil Artisans League Inc. Convention in Valley Forge, Penn., The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on P.J. Tetreault demonstrating how to cut stencils. Afterward, host Carol Duvall creates modern retro tote bags that can be made in any size.

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426 :07x25 - Memory Album Cover

Jul/11/2003
Guest Michelle Newman makes a memory album cover. Guest Esther Anderson uses silver clay compound to create a ginko pendant. Using a cardboard box, Con-Tact. paper, a craft knife and a little ingenuity, you can get that desk organized. Carol demonstrates how to measure and cut the organizer pieces.

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427 :07x26 - Japanese Doll Pendant, Iron Floor Cloth

Jul/15/2003
Guest Emi Fukushima makes a polymer clay doll pendant complete with sneakers. Guest Barbara Di Clemente demonstrates how to make a decorative floorcloth that looks like rusted iron.

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428 :07x27 - Wine Crate Footstool, Art Doll Show

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Guest Mary O'Neil transforms a wine crate into a footstool using upholstery foam, oriental print fabric, and embossed velvet. Guest Donna Wilder from Fairfield Processing brings along many beautiful art dolls for show and tell.

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429 :07x28 - Wool Suit Rug, Garage Sale Glass

Jul/17/2003
Guest Kitty Bartholomew weaves a rug out of wool strips cut from men's suits and wide rug canvas. Guest Shelley Kincaid visits host Carol Duvall to explain how to shop for garage sale glass, then demonstrates how to transform the pieces into home decor using paint.

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430 :07x29 - Gilded Boxes, Needle Case / Pincushion

Jul/18/2003
Guest Emi Fukushima demonstrates how to make decorative gilded boxes using a paper mache box, paint, and decorative trim. Guest Helen Gibb makes a needle case / pin cushion that looks like a small vintage hat. Host Carol Duvall makes a quaint little evening bag using fabric.

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431 :07x30 - Votive Wraps, Fiber Art, Floor Pillow

Jul/21/2003
Guest Donna Kato visits with host Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to turn translucent polymer clay into decorative candle votive wraps. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits with Denise Kavanagh, a Fine Line School founder as she demonstrates fiber art techniques with beads and weaving. Host Carol Duvall creates a pillow to leave on the floor for lounging.

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432 :07x31 - Stained Glass, Gilded Mosaics, Decades of Crafts

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Guest Mimi Huszer Fagnant uses colorful, transparent mosaic pieces to create windows that look like stained glass. Guest Marie Clapper from Clapper Communications joins Carol Duvall to demonstrates craft projects published in issues of Pack 'O Fun magazine from decades past.

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433 :07x32 - Pocket Pillows, Leather Art, Rubber Stamping Products

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Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Cheryl Smeja who demonstrates how to mold leather. Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to make pillows with pockets. Host Carol Duvall shows products from the rubber stamping world that are new to her including some products with international influence, more creative characters and new ink.

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434 :07x33 - Creative Backgrounds, Memorabilia Crafts

Jul/24/2003
Guest Suze Weinberg demonstrates how to create backgrounds for cards and other projects using common household items. Guest Kathleen Ziegler shows a unique way to display antique photos by embellishing them with beads, trim and sequins.

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435 :07x34 - Rubber Stamp Tattoos, Doll Pin Cushion

Jul/25/2003
Guest Mary O'Neil creates temporary body art using rubber stamps and henna. Guest Helen Gibb makes a half-doll pin cushion and box. Host Carol Duvall makes talking cards.

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436 :07x35 - Photo Transfer Clay, Designer Tassels

Jul/28/2003
Guest Donna Kato joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrates a technique for making a clay necklace using photocopied images and translucent clay. Afterward, guest Shelley Kincaid shares secrets for achieving a designer look on a dime store budget by shopping local garage sales. Kincaid demonstrates how to make designer tassels for pennies on the dollar.

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437 :07x36 - Decorating Doll Furniture, Kid Crafts

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Guest Chris Wallace from Walnut Hollow demonstrates how to decorate darling doll furniture using a variety of crafting and painting techniques. Guest Marie Clapper, publisher of Pack O' Fun magazine, joins host Carol Duvall to share ideas from decades of Pack O' Fun project ideas.

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438 :07x37 - Punch Art, Love Letters Organization, Rag Muffin Dolls

Jul/30/2003
Guest Michelle Gerbrandt demonstrates how to use punches for such projects as wedding presents, picture frames, etc. The Carol Duvall Show cameras go on the road to get the scoop on Love Letters, a volunteer organization that sends cards to recovering children. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make Rag Muffin dolls using muslin and strips of torn cloth.

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439 :07x38 - Stenciled Chair, Black Pearl Workshop, Wrap Dolls

Jul/31/2003
The Little Black Pearl Workshop, founded in 1993, is a program sponsored by the Chicago public school system designed to keep inner city kids off the streets and to teach them skills in arts and crafts. Guest Jennifer Ferguson uses stencils and acrylic paints to transform old wooden, garage sale chairs into fun and wonderful examples of home decor. Carol Duvall shares mail from a viewer who was inspired to make bottle wrap dolls that she had seen on Carol Duvall Show episode # 426.

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440 :07x39 - Stamped Soap, Polymer Clay Frames, Jeweler Visit

Aug/01/2003
Guest Mary O'Neil stamps images onto tissue paper, colors them with colored pencils, then seals them to a bar of soap using paraffin. Robin Senour is one of those artists whose designs make you smile whether you want to or not. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to Berkeley, Calif., to watch Senour incorporate whimsical artwork into pins, earrings and the occasional wall hanging. Guest Donna Kato makes fabulous, custom polymer clay photo frames.

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441 :07x40 - Etched Glass, Stamped Linens, Botanical Ribbon & Cord

Aug/04/2003
Guest Shelia Rauen demonstrates techniques for etching glass and painting coordinating table linens. Guest Sandi Reinke from Loose Ends uses botanicals to spruce up ribbon for gift package decor.

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442 :07x41 - Mosaic Mobile, Color Metal Embossing, Embossed Cards

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Guest Mimi Huszer Fagnant creates a colorful mosaic mobile using packaged mosaic pieces. Guest Michelle Ross demonstrates how to tool copper and how to incorporate the copper pieces into wind chimes, book plates, greeting card decorations, etc. Host Carol Duvall makes dazzling computer cards using colored line art and stylus embossing.

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443 :07x42 - Denim Shirt Dress-Up, Oriental Brush Painting, Wire Tips & Tricks

Aug/06/2003
Guest Pat DeSantis transforms inexpensive denim shirts into upscale fashion pieces. Afterward, the Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Japanese brush artist Maria MacKinnon-Scott. Plus, guest Chris Gluck shares information about wire tools, tecniques and wire-crafting tips.

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444 :07x43 - Embossed Pin, Textured Card, Clay Pendants

Aug/07/2003
Guest Suze Weinberg demonstates how to create projects with texture and design. Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to make a polymer clay pocket pendant.

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445 :07x44 - Hand-Dyed Paper & Boxes, Crochet Artist, Faux Mosaics

Aug/08/2003
Guest Vesta Abel demonstrates simple techniques for making "no-mess" hand-dyed paper and boxes. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on crochet artist Diana Evenson as she uses different size needles and yarn to create crochet with dimension. Host Carol Duvall shows how to use leftover or individually bought vinyl floor tiles to create a faux mosaic tabletop.

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446 :07x45 - Botanical Spheres

Aug/11/2003
Guest Sandi Reinke makes decorative botanical spheres from Styrofoam. and organic material. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas.

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447 :07x46 - Wooden Home Decor, Floppy Doll

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Guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to make home decor items primarily using wooden household items and craft supplies. Guest Michelle Ross joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to make a rubber stamped, floppy doll.

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448 :07x47 - Photo Kaleidoscopes, Wire Beads

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Guest Michele Gerbrandt demonstrates how to make an eight-piece photo kaleidoscope for photo albums. Guest Chris Gluck demonstrates how to turn ordinary wire into extraordinary, one-of-a-kind jewelry.

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449 :07x48 - Photo Transfer Surfaces, Clay Bracelets

Aug/14/2003
Guest Kathleen Ziegler joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to transfer a photographic image onto fabric or notecards. Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to make bracelets from polymer clay.

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450 :07x49 - Scottish Potter, Clay Jewelry, Footstools

Aug/15/2003
Carol Duvall's camera crew visits potter Julie Brooke. Guest Mary Lyon demonstrates how to make simulated turquoise and pearls using polymer clay. Using a "cookie box", and some ingenuity Carol shows us how to make a very standard foot stool.

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451 :07x50 - Needlepoint Mosaic, Doll Artist, Craft Products

Aug/18/2003
Guest Orna Willis joins host Carol Duvall to discuss needlepoint. Carol's cameras visit doll artist Mary Thomas. Carol discovers some craft products and shares them with viewers.

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452 :07x51 - Elegant Entertaining, Stamped Clay Game, Floor Cloth Artist

Aug/19/2003
Guest C.J. Wilson visits host Carol Duvall to demonstrates how to make elegant but easy party decorations using die cuts. Guest Maureen Carlson joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrate how to use rubber stamps with polymer clay to create game pieces. Carol's cameras travel to see Joyce Barker-Schwartz make very elaborate floor coverings that have been used as wallhangings.

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453 :07x52 - Rose Painted Dog House, Stamped Decor

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Guest Priscilla Hauser demonstrates how to paint a wooden dog house with floral designs. Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to use rubber stamps to create dazzling home decor.

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454 :07x53 - Scrapbook Pages, Wire Candelabra

Aug/21/2003
Guest Suzanne McNeill from Design Originals demonstrates how to create dynamic scrapbook pages. Guest Julianna Hudgins constructs a candleabra made entirely from wire.

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455 :07x54 - Shrink Plastic Jewelry

Aug/22/2003
Guest Vesta Abel makes fashionable jewelry using shrink plastic, rubbber stamping and punches. Using small strips of wood, some half round (wood), and a sheet of plywood, Carol creates some wonderful shelves for a display with a Hawaiian theme. Afterwards, Carol shares a similar viewer idea for making a ribbon holder.

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456 :07x55 - Wall Letters, Chalk Pastel Embossing, Beads

Aug/25/2003
Host Carol Duvall uses corrugated cardboard, masking tape, and Rigid Wrap for creating wonderful wall decorations. While at the Stencil Artisans League Inc. Convention in Valley Forge, Pa., Carol's cameras focus on Polly Weed as she demonstrates how to emboss paper, then use pastels to create a simple, pretty effect. Guest Mary Lyon demonstrates techniques for jazzing up handmade beads.

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457 :07x56 - Elegant Cards, Trash Boxes, Beeswax Candles

Aug/26/2003
Candle maker Marcie Forest shares her candle making techniques with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew. Guest C.J. Wilson demonstrates how to make elegant cards from die cut patterns. Guest Vivian Peritts transforms wooden boxes into beautiful keepsake boxes using recycled items.

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458 :07x57 - Fun & Funky Mirror, Beaded Wire Baskets

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Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to make a fun and funky mirror that is perfect for a teenager's room or for the young-at-heart who want to add a touch of whimsy to their home decor. Carol's cameras focus on lamp artist Harry Anderson. Guest Suzanne McNeill from Design Originals makes beaded wire baskets.

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459 :07x58 - Bark Masks, Kitchen Decor

Aug/28/2003
The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits paper mache artist Maraya Hunter. Host Carol Duvall shows how a bland kitchen can become extraordinary using adhesive-backed paper.

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460 :07x59 - Wire Vase, Wine Glass Candle, Brooch Exhibit

Aug/29/2003
Guest Julianna Hudgins uses wire to spruce up plain bud vases. Guest Maureen Reinig transforms ordinary wine glasses into beautiful candle lamps. Carol's cameras travel to visit an exhibit at the American Craft Museum. Host Carol Duvall shows products designed for rubber stamping.

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461 :07x60 - Dot & Doodles, Trash Crafting, Wearable Art

Sep/01/2003
Guest Suzanne McNeill from Design Originals demonstrates how to become an instant artist by adding fun drawings and doodles to scrapbook pages. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to Pennsylvania to tape an expose on trash-crafting. Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates several techniques for embellishing clothing with rubber stamps.

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462 :07x61 - Twig Star, Wreath Jig, Ivy in Holiday Crafts

Dec/16/2003
Guest Lesley Carlson shows how to inexpensively construct icicle lights to hang outside the home for the holidays. Leslie also shows how to make rustic, twinkle light twig stars from tree branches. Guest Lesley Carlson demonstrates how to make a homemade wreath jig from wood. She wraps the jig with branches and leaves to form a beautiful and natural homemade wreath. Guest Ellie Joos shows creative uses for ivy in Christmas crafts. Learn to make a weaving a tablecloth of ivy and ribbon, as well as how to use ivy in topiaries, bows and garlands.

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463 :07x62 - Christmas Village Church, Wreath Card

Dec/24/2003
Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to add dimension to last year's bias tape Christmas village by adding a charming church made from foamboard, bias tape and a few other sewing notions. Guest Georgia Cerone demonstrates how to make holiday greeting cards featuring miniature grapevine wreaths. Georgia embellishes the wreaths with miniature holiday decorations.

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464 :07x63 - Chocolate Holiday Centerpieces, Gingerbread Gift Box

Dec/10/2003
Guest Gayle ReMine demonstrates techniques for making edible holiday centerpieces including a wreath, a tree and a stunning chocolate bow. Afterwards, guest Jane Beard makes an adorable "gingerbread house" gift box using a template, cardstock, rubber stamps, and stamping ink.

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465 :07x64 - Cookies for Santa, Pop-Up Holiday Cards, Wire Angels

Nov/29/2006
Guest Sandi Genovese demonstrates how to make interactive holiday cards. Components of the cards pull up, pop up, or fold to offer a clever holiday greeting. Guest Ana Araujo demonstrates how to prepare for Santa's visit on Christmas eve with a rubber-stamped matchbook-style card that has real cookies inside. Host Carol Duvall joins the wire craze by making crafty wire angels using various colors of wire.

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466 :07x65 - Bug Ornaments, Ribbon Wrap Gift Boxes, Holiday Lighting Ideas

Dec/10/2003
Guest Ellie Joos demonstrates how to make a woven ribbon gift box that's perfect for presenting special holiday gifts. Guest Ana Araujo shares an idea for making Chistmas "bug" ornaments using wooden spools and dowels. Host Carol Duvalls shares a crafty idea for creating quick, outdoor light displays using foam board and twinkle lights.

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467 :07x66 - Wreath Pages, Chocolate Party Treats

Nov/22/2006
Guest Sandi Genovese, widely known for her scapbooking techniques, shows a varriety of scrapbook wreath pages using various die cuts. Whether hosting a holiday bash or attending, guest Gayle ReMine shows how to make an impact as either guest or hostess with delicious, eye-catching chocolate party treats including chocolate bowls and other containers, plus the goodies to go inside.

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468 :07x67 - Holiday Gift Boxes, Holiday Rubber Stamps

Nov/28/2006
Guest Diana Vandervoort uses washi paper, glue and thin cardboard to make various geometric-shaped gift boxes. Ho-ho-hold onto your hats rubber stampers! Host Carol Duvall shows viewers the very latest ideas in holiday-themed rubber stamps.

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469 :07x68 - Temari Ornaments, Gift Bag Headers, Shipping Gifts

Nov/20/2006
Guest Diana Vandervoort creates Chirstmas tree ornaments from a Japanese traditional pattern called temari. Guest Georgia Cerone demonstrates how to make wide, charming cards to top holiday gift bags. Host Carol Duvall offers some practical tips for spreading holiday cheer through the mail. Carol demonstrates how to pack, decorate and prepare to ship holiday packages.

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470 :07x69 - Gift Baskets and Un-Baskets, Poinsettia Bow

Dec/13/2006
Guest Juanita Lewis shows host Carol Duvall how to put together a holiday gift baskets with pizzazz. Guest Jennifer Ferguson demonstrates clever ways to turn galvanized buckets, tubs and mail boxes into decorative gift containers.

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Season 8

471 :08x01 - Coin Purses, Stencil Artist, Chicken Wire Lamp

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Guest Sheila Rauen makes bead-embellished coin purses and handbags. Carol's cameras travel to see stencil artist Dee Keller. Host Carol Duvall makes a chicken wire luminaria.

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472 :08x02 - Push Mold Dolls, Triangle Boxes

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Guest Maureen Carlson demonstrates how to make button-jointed polymer clay push mold dolls. Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates how to embellish paper mache boxes using decorator paste to create raised motifs.

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473 :08x03 - Pin Beading, Doll Guild, Dragonfly Stepping Stones

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Guest Suzanne McNeill from Design Originals demonstrates pin beading. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to a doll makers' guild meeting in Berkeley, Calif. Guest Priscilla Hauser embellishes garden stepping stones by painting on dragonflies.

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474 :08x04 - Wire Lampshade, Neil Benson Art, Spackling Card

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Guest Julianna Hudgins makes a lampshade out of wire. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on craftsman Neil Benson as he demonstrates how to cover a frame with soda cans. A viewer letter gave host Carol Duvall the idea to use metal stencils and spackling to embellish greeting cards.

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475 :08x05 - Memory Quilts, Art Exhibits, Craft Books

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Guest Carolyn Dahl transfers memory images onto material then makes a memory quilt out of them. Carol's camera crew goes on the road to view exhibits at the American Craft Museum. Host Carol Duvall reviews several craft books.

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476 :08x06 - Gold Leaf Box, War Eagle Fair, Collage Stones

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Guest Maureen Reinig makes a gold leaf accessory box. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew hit the road to focus on exhibitors at the War Eagle fair. Armed with an idea from Rubberstampmadness magazine, host Carol Duvall makes collage stones using gathered stones.

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477 :08x07 - Baby Snuggle, Blown Sugar Sculptures, Rose Wedding

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Guest Jane Beard creates a watermelon baby bag. Carol's camera's travel to visit award-winning confectionery chef Ewald Notter to watch as he makes blown sugar sculptures. Host Carol Duvall tells viewer Sue Borowski's story of how she gathered roses from the community and dried them to use as decor at her daughter's wedding.

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478 :08x08 - Book Decor, Basketry Convention, Happy Handles

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Guest Laura Lucero recycles old books into home decor items. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew is on the scene of the Tradition & Innovations: Basketry Today weaving conference at Arrowmont Center in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Host Carol Duvall dresses up the handles of brooms, plungers, mops, hammers and more to create "Whistle While You Work" tools.

Source: HGTV

479 :08x09 - Elbow Patch Purses, Leftover Linens, Frog Closures

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Guest Pat Desantis makes a purse using suede elbow patches. Guest Tracey McBride, author of Frugal Luxuries: Simple Pleasures to Enhance Your Life and Comfort Your Soul joins host Carol Duvall to demonstrate ideas for recycling leftover linens.

Source: HGTV

480 :08x10 - Stenciled Clothing, Muslin Seed Packet Card

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Guest Jennifer Ferguson stencils on overalls to create wearable works of art. Then guest Maureen Reinig demonstrates how to make a card that looks like a pack of seeds.

Source: HGTV

481 :08x11 - Faux Leather Boxes, Geode Artist, Step Stool

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Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to make decorative faux leather boxes. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus in on artist Heather McGee as she paints animals on mineral geodes. Host Carol Duvall makes a fun step stool for a child's bathroom.

Source: HGTV

482 :08x12 - onged Backgrounds, Doll Artist, Hooked Rug Pillow

Unaired
Guest Dee Gruenig joins host Carol Duvall to share her latest technique for making card backgrounds using sea sponges. Carol's cameras hit the road to focus in on the work of porcelain doll artist Caron Stewart. Guest Jane Halliwell demonstrates rug hooking techniques.

Source: HGTV

483 :08x13 - Polymer Pen Set, Stencil Mosaic, Liquid Clay Mosaic

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Guest Donna Kato makes a pen set using polymer clay. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew goes on the road to watch stencil artist Vladimir Rozenshtein create fabulous stencil mosaics. Guest Karen Mitchell creates mosaic tiles using liquid translucent polymer clay.

Source: HGTV

484 :08x14 - Faux Vinyl Box, Contemporary Basket Weavers

Unaired
Guest Jane Ewy demonstrates how to make "faux" vinyl using acrylic paint then uses the "vinyl" to transform a plain paper mache box into a whimisical gift box. Carol's camera crew focuses their cameras on contemporary basket weavers, Polly Harrison and John Garret.

Source: HGTV

485 :08x15 - "Frame-It" Bookmarks & Bags, Dough Art, Paper Lei

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Guest Dee Gruenig demonstrates how to make fun, framed bookmarks. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focuses on the dough art of Brenda and Dean Jones. Host Carol Duvall uses pulls a viewer idea from the shoebox to make a lei using computer paper.

Source: HGTV

486 :08x16 - Polymer Pansy, Faux Tintype, Viewer Projects

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Guest Donna Kato makes a lifelike pansy using polymer clay. Guest Mary Jo McGraw demonstrates how to make clear collage cards by transfering photocopies to sticky sides of clear laminating paper. Host Carol Duvall shares pictures of viewer projects from the shoebox.

Source: HGTV

487 :08x17 - Glitter 101, Scrimshaw, Tin Transformations

Unaired
Guest Barb Trombley shares gilltering techniques. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to learn about the old sailor's art of scrimshaw, Host Carol Duvall transforms small candy tins into fun, reusable containers using embossing ink and powder, tissue paper, glitter paint and metal paint.

Source: HGTV

488 :08x18 - Clear Stamping, Fused Glass Artist, Amazing Backgrounds

Unaired
Guest Mary Jo McGraw demonstrates a unique way to make greeting cards with clear stamping. The Carol Duvall Show cameras zoom in on fused glass artist Anne Elise Pemberton. Guest Leslie Blackburn offers some fun ideas for creating amazing backgrounds using paint.

Source: HGTV

489 :08x19 - Cookie Cutter Clay Canes, Clay Craft Party, Box Mobile

Unaired
Host Carol Duvall and guest Donna Kato share photographs of a weekend crafting party held at Donna Kato's home. Guest Donna Kato shares basic polymer clay tips and techniques. Guest Mary O'Neil makes a fun and whimisical box mobile.

Source: HGTV

490 :08x20 - Party Crafts, Faux Stone Floor Cloth

Unaired
Guest Sandi Genovese designs a balloon centerpiece complete with a magnet party favor and other party-themed items. Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to create a faux "stone" floor cloth.

Source: HGTV

491 :08x21 - Office Supply Painting, Rock Art, Rope Accents

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Guest Linda Ragsdale demonstrates painting using office supplies to inspire the Picasso in us all. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus in on artist Carol Carter as she paints animals on river stones. Then guest Carol Schalla demonstrates how to use rope for recycling secondhand lamp bases.

Source: HGTV

492 :08x22 - Stamped Fashion, Willow Basket Artist, Gift Boxes

Unaired
Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates how to temporarily embellish clothing with rubber stamp designs and temporary ink. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on basket artisian Joanna Shantz. Host Carol Duvall is inspired by a "gift box" she received from her producer.

Source: HGTV

493 :08x23 - Cookie Cutter Boxes, Clay Box Necklace

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Guest Linda Ragsdale demonstrates how to use cookie cutters to create handmade boxes. Guest Emi Fukushima makes a polymer clay box necklace.

Source: HGTV

494 :08x24 - Kid Concoctions, Faux Postage, Heirloom Apron

Unaired
Guest and co-author, John Thomas, presents crafting ideas for kids. Guest Michelle Ross creates faux postage. Host Carol Duvall shares a viewer idea for printing old family recipes on an apron, and another for packing foam shipping 'peanuts' into plastic bags to keep them from 'jumping' out of the box when the package is opened.

Source: HGTV

495 :08x25 - Message Center, Shoji Room Screen, Enamel Artist

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Guest Sandi Genovese creates message centers. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus in on enamel artist Pat P. O'Neil. Guest Grace Taormina's decorates a shoji screen.

Source: HGTV

496 :08x26 - Joseph's Coat Embossing, Woven Cardboard Tote

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Guest Nathalie Metevier demonstrates two embossing techniques called "Joseph's Coat." Host Carol Duvall uses painted corrugated cardboard strips, clothespins, grommets and rope to make a woven cardboard tote bag.

Source: HGTV

497 :08x27 - Decorative Frame Shadow Boxes, Theorem Stencil Boxes

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Host Carol Duvall makes decorative picture frame shadow boxes. Guest Rosemary Pierce-Carsello demonstrates theorem stenciling on paper mache boxes for sensational results.

Source: HGTV

498 :08x28 - Clay & Fabric Brooch, Faux Burlwood, Book Care

Unaired
Guest Emi Fukushima creates a brooch with polymer clay. Guest Carol Schalla demonstrates faux burlwood techniques. Host Carol Duvall shares tips from viewers including how to turn wallpaper scraps into designer room accents, plus, how to best care for books.

Source: HGTV

499 :08x29 - Polymer Clay Pin, More Kid Concoctions

Unaired
Guest Barbara McGuire creates a polymer clay pin. Guest and co-author, Danita Pagel Thomas, demonstrates recipes for fun and educational crafts.

Source: HGTV

500 :08x30 - Velvet Wreath, Airbrushing, Paper Embossing

Unaired
Guest Mary O'Neil puts scrap pieces of velvet to good use by embossing the velvet with a leaf motif, cutting out the leaves and crafting a wreath. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focuses in on airbrush stencil artist Sheri Hoeger. Guest Linda Ragsdale demonstrates make-your-own embossing molds.

Source: HGTV

501 :08x31 - Fabric-Sculpture Doll Faces, Needlepoint Bookmark

Unaired
Guest Barbara Johnston demonstrates how to sculpt doll faces with stuffing, fabric, needle and thread. Guest Orna Willis teaches basic needlepoint techniques.

Source: HGTV

502 :08x32 - Theorem Bedroom Stenciling, Lunch Pail Purse

Unaired
Guest Rosemary Carsello coordinates bedroom decor with theorem painting. Guest Ana Araujo creates fashionable purses from miniature lunch pails.

Source: HGTV

503 :08x33 - Stick & Stone Candelabra, Weavers, New Products

Unaired
Guest Lindley Boegehold makes a beautiful candelabra from sticks and stones. The Carol Duvall team focus in on two weavers with very different styles. Host Carol Duvall shares some fun craft products.

Source: HGTV

504 :08x34 - Handmade Beads, Fashionable Gift Bags

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Guest Michelle Ross shows how to make beads from common household and craft materials. Guest Shelley Kincaid creates fashionable gift bags from garage sale clothing.

Source: HGTV

505 :08x35 - Miniatures, African Art Exhibit, Remote Caddy

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Guest Larry Steorts demonstrates how to make miniatures buildings. Curator Joyce Scott leads the Carol Duvall Show cameras through the "Stop Asking/We Exist" exhibit at the American Craft Museum in New York, NY. Host Carol Duvall creates a simple television remote and guide caddy to drape over the arm of a favorite chair.

Source: HGTV

506 :08x36 - Frames, Clock, Gift-Wrap Holder, Wall Flowerpot

Unaired
Guest Nathalie Metevier creates a stamped clock. Guest Lesley Carlson embellishes inexpensive picture frames. Host Carol Duvall digs in the Shoebox and makes a wrapping paper roll holder in response to a viewer question, then shares a viewer idea for making a faux flowerpot wallhanging.

Source: HGTV

507 :08x37 - Stamped Basket, Rock People, Plastic Jewelry

Unaired
Guest Ana Araujo constructs a three-dimensional rubber stamped picnic basket. Guest Vesta Abel creates rock people with Almost Leather (Veggie Leather). Host Carol Duvall makes jewelry using artist-grade shrink plastic.

Source: HGTV

508 :08x38 - Memory Folding, Ceramicist, Loaned Book Tablets

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Guest Michele Gerbrandt demonstrates how to fold paper into art for scrapbooking. The cameras travel to focus on ceramic artist Jeff Irwin. Host Carol Duvall makes return-to-lender bookmarks.

Source: HGTV

509 :08x39 - Polymer Clay Plate, Lamp Base Creations

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Guest Barbara McGuire demonstrates how to make polymer clay plates. Guest Shelley Kincaid creates humorous and decorative pieces from secondhand lamp bases.

Source: HGTV

510 :08x40 - Leather Lampshades, Metal Crocheting, Organizer

Unaired
Guest Kari Lee constructs and decorates a leather lampshade. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on metal crocheting and knitting artist Arlene Fisch. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates a viewer idea for recycling pill bottles into a craft supply organizer.

Source: HGTV

511 :08x41 - Needlepoint Bracelet, File Cabinet Makeover

Unaired
Guest Orna Willis demonstrates needlepoint bracelets. Guest Lesley Carlson brightens up an old file cabinet.

Source: HGTV

512 :08x42 - Decorative Containers, Pen Pals, Holiday Ornaments

Unaired
Guest Vesta Abel creates decorative containers with shrink plastic embellishments. Host Carol Duvall shares a viewer idea for making fun "pen pals" then demonstrates how to dress up plain holiday ornaments with glitter.

Source: HGTV

513 :08x43 - Punch Art Borders, Palladium Bird Table

Unaired
Guest Michele Gerbrandt demonstrates ideas for creative memory pages. Guest Lindley Boegehold creates a flat-style bird feeder.

Source: HGTV

514 :08x44 - Liquid Leather Cards, Doll Artists, Lace Baby Items

Unaired
Guest Suze Weinberg demonstrates how to make creative backgrounds for cards or boxes creating the look of suede leather. Guest Betts Vidal teaches how to make her dolls. Guest Jeen Brown creates baby items out of lace and lace doilies.

Source: HGTV

515 :08x45 - Victorian House Room Divider, Stamped Kickin' Card

Unaired
Guest Jan Dressler stencils a room divider to look like row houses. Guest Jane Beard stamps a fun kicking mechanism paper insert for the inside of a card.

Source: HGTV

516 :08x46 - Japanese Lanterns, Botanical Bag Arrangements

Unaired
Guest Vivian Peritts creates Japanese lanterns. Guest Sandi Reinke makes botanical bag arrangements.

Source: HGTV

517 :08x47 - Tea Bag Folding, Memory Frames

Unaired
Guest Lani Temple demonstrates tea bag folding techniques. Guest Chris Wallace shows how to combine scrap book memory pages and picture frames into "memory frames."

Source: HGTV

518 :08x48 - Coiling Wire Crafts, Metalsmithing, Wow! Products

Unaired
Guest Chris Gluck demonstrates wire coiling tools. Then, follow the camera crew when they visit silversmith artist Deborah Dubois. Next, host Carol Duvall shares some new products.

Source: HGTV

519 :08x49 - Felt Pillow, Photo Postcards, Photo Stamping

Unaired
Guest Michele Newman makes a pillow from felt that's decorated with a "faux airbrushing" technique. Guest Suze Weinberg demonstrates how to craft using photos.

Source: HGTV

520 :08x50 - Leather Pillows, Egg Art, Reading Pillows

Unaired
Guest Kari Lee demos basic techniques for making leather pillows. Guest Jane Pollak teaches her egg art to members of the Carol Duvall Show staff. Host Carol Duvall fashions reading pillows.

Source: HGTV

521 :08x51 - Braided Clay Bracelet, Paper Pulp Tile Home Decor

Unaired
Guest Sandi Reinke uses paper tiles to decorate the surface of a planter and more. Guest Nan Roche makes a braided clay bracelet.

Source: HGTV

522 :08x52 - Wings, Mice Flowerpot, Ribbon Tapestry, Flamingo Yard Sculpture

Unaired
Guest Priscilla Hauser teaches basic painting skills. Guest Ellie Schneider-Joos makes an elegant ribbon tapestry. Host Carol Duvall shares an idea for transforming pink flamingo yard sculpture.

Source: HGTV

523 :08x53 - Mosaic Box, Glass Sculpting, Cigar Box Purse

Unaired
Guest Chris Herrmann creates a unique mosaic box using tiles made from embossing powder. Next, see two glass artists in action. Afterward, host Carol Duvall makes fun purses using cigar boxes.

Source: HGTV

524 :08x54 - Floral Floor Cloth, Decorative Jar Toppers

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Guest Barbara DiClemete demonstrates how to create a colorful floor cloth that looks hand painted. Guest Jeen Brown shows how to decorate tops of tall storage or canning jars.

Source: HGTV

525 :08x55 - Collage Brooch, Serpentine Marble

Unaired
Guest Barbara DiClemete demonstrates how to create the look of faux green serpentine marble. Guest Nan Roche demonstrates a technique with liquid polymer clay to make a collage brooch.

Source: HGTV

526 :08x56 - Faux Stained Glass Shade, Fountains, Scrapbooking

Unaired
Guest Vivian Peritts creates a faux stained glass lampshade. Afterward, the camera crew focuses on ex-accountant Debb Goss as she creates fountains from all sorts of rocks. Host Carol Duvall discusses new alternatives, items and ideas for scrapbookers.

Source: HGTV

527 :08x57 - Reverse Glass Painting, Concertina Book

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Guest Priscilla Hauser demonstrates a step-by-step technique called pen-and-ink reverse glass painting. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to make a paper Concertina pocket book perfect for storing and carrying compact discs.

Source: HGTV

528 :08x58 - Nature Prints, Jewelry, Gift Towels, Tabletop Saver

Unaired
Guest Carolyn Dahl demos leaf printing with fabric paints. The Carol Duvall Show cameras travel to watch as artist Afua makes jewelry with distinctively African flair. Then host Carol Duvall shares a viewer's idea for keepsake towels.

Source: HGTV

529 :08x59 - Faux Lapis Wine Box, Painted Silk Scarf

Unaired
Guest Barbara DiClemente demonstrates the technique for creating a faux lapis finish. Guest Michelle Newman shares a simple method for customizing silk scarfs.

Source: HGTV

530 :08x60 - Ribbon Mobile, Fabric Baby Blocks, Candle Carving

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Guest Ellie Schneider-Joos makes a baby mobile using ribbons. Then, guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to relief carve on candles and candle accessories.

Source: HGTV

531 :08x61 - Textured Paper Making, Cheater Bow Spring Topiary

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Guest Arnold Grummer demonstrates two papermaking techniques as well as how to add texture by putting botanicals in the paper. Then, guest Laura Lucero teaches how to make "cheater" bows that don't require a lot of ribbon, and how to arrange a spring tabletop topiary.

Source: HGTV

532 :08x62 - Hat Decor, Embellished Plastic Patio Furniture

Unaired
Guest ribbon artist and author Helen Gibb shares her knowledge of the history of ribbon/flower hat dressing. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates a terrific way to make plastic patio furniture truly pretty and fresh for spring.

Source: HGTV

533 :08x63 - Greeting Cards & Gift Wrap, Floral Paper Sculpture

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Guest Cheryl Stevenson makes greeting cards using paper "sculpted" flowers. Host Carol Duvall shares a terrific way to present money or gift certificates as a gift and offers gift wrap suggestions.

Source: HGTV

534 :08x64 - Ribbon Flowers, Floral Foam Stamps, Wall Headboard

Unaired
Guest and ribbon artist Helen Gibb demonstrates a ribbon flower technique known as the U-gather. Guest Laura Lucero demonstrates a stamping technique using a foam stamp. Host Carol Duvall uses craft paper, foam board, batting, fabric, duct tape, and staples to create decorative headboards.

Source: HGTV

535 :08x65 - Batik Egg Art, Chocolate Clay Roses, Viewer Ideas

Apr/07/2004
Guest Jane Pollak says anyone can make an Ukrainian egg because there's no right way to do it. She proves it by demonstrating how to decorate and eggshell using simple squiggles and polka dots. Guests Gayle and Michael ReMine share their recipe for making chocolate clay and demonstrate how to work with the clay to make hand sculpted chocolate roses! Host Carol Duvall shows some of the ideas sent by viewers including an apple pencil topper, hand-colored stickers, and a music gift box.

Source: HGTV

Season 9

536 :09x01 - Needlepoint Fashion, Poly-Shrink Mosaic Table, Tribute

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Guest Orna Willis demonstrates how to add needlepoint and bead embellishments to clothing. Guest Linda Ragsdale makes mosaic tiles using shrink plastic then uses them to create a one-of-a-kind table. Host Carol demonstrates how to cover a practical plastic storage cart with fabric for a decorative look.

Source: HGTV

537 :09x02 - Glass Tiles, Ocean Porcelain, Funky Felt Furniture

Unaired
Guest Connie Sheerin makes glass tiles with a garden theme to incorporate into mosaic projects. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit porcelain artist Debra Swauger. Guest Linda Ragsdale covers cardboard chair and window valance with fabulous, funky felt.

Source: HGTV

538 :09x03 - Punched Lampshade, Extinguisher Bells, Needlework Tote

Unaired
Guest Vivian Peritts punches sheets of silver paper and vellum to create decorative lampshades. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit an artist who makes bells out of recycled extinguishers and metal canisters. Host Carol Duvall makes a handy tote for carrying needlework using cloth place mats.

Source: HGTV

539 :09x04 - Copper Frame, Smithsonian Craft Show, Shoebox Contributions

Unaired
Guest Jana Ewy crafts a frame using copper mesh. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit the Smithsonian craft show. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer mail from the shoebox regarding wallpaper greeting cards and leaf print animal art.

Source: HGTV

540 :09x05 - Botanical Windows, Silk Resist Cow Pillow

Unaired
Guest Sandi Reinke shares an idea for temporary window decor using egg whites and leaves. Guest Sheila Rauen makes a fun cow pillow with silk resist techniques and basic sewing skills.

Source: HGTV

541 :09x06 - Velvet Wall Hanging, Cardboard Frame Screens

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Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates techniques for embossing velvet and incorporating the fabric into a wall hanging. Guest Linda Ragsdale shares ideas for creating a room screen and a fireplace cover-up with special hinges for the hardware impaired.

Source: HGTV

542 :09x07 - Decorating Pillows, Paper Vessels, Product Review

Unaired
Guest Pat DeSantis shares ideas for decorating pillows and table runners. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits an artist who creates paper vessels. Host Carol Duvall talks about craft products that she and her staff have discovered and liked.

Source: HGTV

543 :09x08 - Punched Wood Box, Art Fetish Doll

Unaired
Guest Vivian Peritts uses paper punches and sheets of wood veneer to embellish a wood box that appears to have inlaid treatment. Guest Terry Tyson demonstrates how to make art fetish dolls beginning with a small bundle of twigs.

Source: HGTV

544 :09x09 - Flowering Cactus, Canvas Table Runner

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Guest Lynn Farris makes realistic-looking faux cacti using fabric, fiberfill and a sewing machine. Guest Julie Koch shares her idea for a canvas table runner.

Source: HGTV

545 :09x10 - Painted Tank Top, Stained Glass Artist, Glitter Jewelry

Unaired
Guest Sheila Haynes Rauen demonstrates a no-mess technique for painting clothing using a tank top and heat transfer paint. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit stained glass artitst Yoshinori ("Grandpa" Yoshi) Takao. Guest Lacey Oldham creates glittery, rubber-stamped acrylic pieces to use for pins and other jewelry.

Source: HGTV

546 :09x11 - Stamped Metal Wall Planters, Needlepoint Pop Flowers

Unaired
Guest Mary O'Neil stamps on tin buckets and metal flashing to make wall flower planters. Guest Orna Willis makes a needlepoint bouquet of pop-culture flowers.

Source: HGTV

547 :09x12 - Bowling Ball Garden Sphere, Prissy Purses, Smithsonian Show Jewelry

Unaired
Guest Connie Sheerin covers an old bowling ball with mosaic tiles and grout to fashion a trendy garden sphere. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to focus on a jeweler from the juried Smithsonian craft show. Guest Mary O'Neil shares her technique for making "prissy" purses, which can be tailored to suit any occasion.

Source: HGTV

548 :09x13 - Polymer Clay Lampshade, Marbleized Soap

Unaired
Guest Barbara McGuire fashions a lampshade from polymer clay. Guest Robert McDaniel shares a marbleized soap-making technique.

Source: HGTV

549 :09x14 - Friendly Plastic Pins, Star Box

Unaired
Guest Jana Ewy makes pins using Friendly Plastic. Guest Delores Ruzicka creates a decorative star box using an inventive recipe for handmade clay. It's fast, it's simple and it won't break the bank.

Source: HGTV

550 :09x15 - Money Crafts, Kamikaze Potter, Coastal Decor Accents

Unaired
Guest Lacey Oldham shares money-folding techniques for fashioning butterflies and wands. Guest Sandi Reinke demonstrates ideas for embellishing home and bath decor with coastal accents such as sea grass braid, shells and more. The camera crew visits a potter, who fires pottery at an extraordinary high temperature.

Source: HGTV

551 :09x16 - From Brush Strokes to Flowers, Calligraphy Brush Strokes

Unaired
Guest Priscilla Hauser demonstrates how to turn basic brush strokes into professionally painted flowers. Guest Ken Brown shares the secrets for making calligraphy letters using painted brush strokes.

Source: HGTV

552 :09x17 - Whimsical Lamps, Chenille Pillow and Throw

Unaired
Guest Mary O'Neil makes whimiscal lamps based on Japanese-style lamp designs. Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates a finger crochet technique, then shares how to make chenille pillows and a throw.

Source: HGTV

553 :09x18 - Beer Glass Grecian Urn, Twisty Flower

Unaired
Guest Barbara McGuire makes a Grecian-style urn using a beer glass base. Guest Lynne Farris shows how to make fun flowers out of twisted paper.

Source: HGTV

554 :09x19 - Canvas Window Treatment, Chicken Lamp

Unaired
Guest Julie Koch makes a window treatment using canvas. Guest Delores Ruzicka fashions a fun, chicken-themed lamp using a mason jar.

Source: HGTV

555 :09x20 - Magnets, Ribbon Flower Purse, Sock Monkey News

Unaired
Guest Helen Gibb shares technqiues for embellishing purses with ribbon and ribbon flowers. Guest Mo Reinig demonstrates how to make tiny apron magnets. Host Carol Duvall shares Sock Monkey news and viewer mail from the shoebox.

Source: HGTV

556 :09x21 - Velvet Scarf, Shagadelic Pillows

Unaired
Guest Sandra McCall makes a velvet shawl embellished with bold stamping and beaded trim. Guest Michelle Newman creates a felt pillow.

Source: HGTV

557 :09x22 - Stamped Necklace, Birthday Banners

Unaired
Guest Dee Gruenig makes decoratives banners from wrapping paper. Guest Emi Fukushima creates a polymer clay stamped necklace embellished with charms and coins.

Source: HGTV

558 :09x23 - Frame Mosaics, Paper Piercing

Unaired
Guest Grace Taormina teaches how to craft a fabulous frame using rubber-stamped mosaic squares. Guest Michelle Gerbrandt makes a decorative heart frame from a rubber mouse pad and colored paper.

Source: HGTV

559 :09x24 - Paper Quilling, Puppets, Viewer Ideas: Eggshell Dolls, Wire Angels, T-Shirt Quilt

Unaired
Guest Mickey Baskett demonstrates how to make a paper quilling frame by creating and patterning squares, triangles and circles. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Nick Barone at his home in San Mateo, Calif. Barone builds foam hand puppets. Host Carol Duvall shows some ideas sent in by viewers including egg shell dolls, wire angels and t-shirt memory quilts.

Source: HGTV

560 :09x25 - Pendulum Clock, Cutout Kids, Baskets

Unaired
Guest Chris Wallace shows three different treatments for plain wall clock fixtures. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates a new way to dress up scrapbook pages using paper dolls. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Jackie Abrams, who takes basket making to a whole new level by incorporating photos into her design.

Source: HGTV

561 :09x26 - Butterfly Leaf, Paper Purses

Unaired
Guest Priscilla Hauser creates a painted butterfly leaf fit for framing. Guest Sandra McCall makes a paper purse adorned with pendants.

Source: HGTV

562 :09x27 - Power Bead Jewelry, Glass Rooms, Photo Transfers

Unaired
Guest Barbara Burnett discusses the mystical powers that beads possess and how to make power bead jewelry. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Emily Brock as she makes fantastic, tiny rooms out of glass. Host Carol Duvall talks about old and new photo transferring processes.

Source: HGTV

563 :09x28 - Coin Keepsake Book, Ironwork, Clay Snake Pendant

Unaired
Guest Michele Gerbrandt creates a new way to display favorite photos in a memory coin keepsake book. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Michael Doyle, who shows the basic processes of metal working and how he has applied them to many different uses, especially in art design. Guest Donna Kato demonstrates the basics of working with polymer clay, including how to twist and manipulate clay snakes to create an interlocking pendant.

Source: HGTV

564 :09x29 - Eight-Sided Box, Bookmarks

Unaired
Guest Michelle Ross demonstrates how to make an eight-sided Japanese box with decorative paper and stamps. Guest Sandi Genovese shows some simple bookmarks that can be personalized for readers, including a magnetic boot bookmark.

Source: HGTV

565 :09x30 - Daisy Plant Poke, Sachet and Tassel Dolls

Unaired
Guest Maureen (Mo) Reinig uses copper tooling foil, stamping ink, and a rubber stamp to make a daisy-design plant poke. Guest Helen Gibb uses half dolls and ribbon to make fanciful, sachet and tassel dolls.

Source: HGTV

566 :09x31 - Patio Stones, Scrunched Silk Scarf

Unaired
Capitalizing on the elegance and grace created by hand lettering, master calligrapher Ken Brown is on hand to demonstrate lettering in a new medium. Instead of paper, he's using wet cement to make patio stones! Guest Michelle Newman uses Dyna-Flow paint to create a design on a plain silk scarf, then embellishes it with metallic paint leaves for a permanent scrunched look.

Source: HGTV

567 :09x32 - Marquetry Box, Tapestry Weaver, Card Techniques

Unaired
Host Carol Duvall uses a newly-discovered Paper Wood product to design her own marquetry box top. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Donna Contractor, a self-taught tapestry weaver who works primarily with wool yarn. Guest Dee Gruenig shares stipple brush shading techniques that look terrific on cards and stationery.

Source: HGTV

568 :09x33 - Stamp Design Wall Quilt, Antiqued Copper Book

Unaired
Guest Grace Taormina shows how to make a wall display quilt without a lot of sewing using foam core board squares, assorted colored fabric squares, batting and rubber stamp techniques. Guest Cheryl Darrow stamps a design on copper, then highlights it with black ink to create a copper-cover book with an antiqued look.

Source: HGTV

569 :09x34 - Wire Shakers & Card Holders, Origami Convention, Viewer Mail: Towels, Pot Holders, Note Card

Unaired
Guest Mickey Baskett demonstrates how to make a decorative salt and pepper shaker set and deco diamond place card holders. Travel with the Carol Duvall Show camera crew to the West Coast Origami Conference in San Francisco. See interviews with artists at the convention and many folded pieces of art. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer mail regarding crochet-top hand towels, pot holders and pressed flower note cards.

Source: HGTV

570 :09x35 - Daisy Painting, Wire Bracelet

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Guest Chris Wallace demonstrates how to paint a daisy in decorative style, then in in folk style. Guest Barbara Burnette demonstrates how to make a homemade jig to fashion a wire cloverleaf design as well as how to make charms.

Source: HGTV

571 :09x36 - Book Necklace, Paper Sculpture, Push Pins

Unaired
Guest Karen Thomas shows how to make a folded book necklace using the ancient art of origami. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Ellen Mears Kennedy and her handmade paper created from pigmented pulp, inspired from a 400-year-old Dutch tradition. Host Carol Duvall introduces an idea from Linda Ragsdale for making ordinary push pins into really glamorous decorations.

Source: HGTV

572 :09x37 - Fountains, Clay and Paper Necklace

Unaired
Guest Suzanne McNeill teaches how to make a fabulous table top fountain. Guest Emi Fukushima shows how to create a paper and clay pendent.

Source: HGTV

573 :09x38 - Mokume-Gane, Stamped Paper Dolls

Unaired
Guest Donna Kato shows how to put a new spin on an old Japanese technique, Mokume-Gane, for creating layers of color and unique designs with polymer clay. Guest Cheryl Darrow shows how to create colorful paper dolls with movable limbs.

Source: HGTV

574 :09x39 - Pinch Pot, Pyrography, Paper Dolls

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Guest Michelle Ross demonstrates a simple, beginning polymer clay pinch pot. Guest David Kreideran introduces an interesting version of woodburning called pyrography. Using many different kinds of wood, he burns in his design, then adds color using mostly oil-based materials. Host Carol Duvall shows how to make several different types of paper dolls that can all be used for scrapbooking, party favors, table placards and table decorations.

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575 :09x40 - Foam Core Books, Character Dolls, Stamping

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Guest Ana Araujo uses foam core to construct a decorative and practical book. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the Santa Fe Doll Art Show in Albuquerque to explore dolls used for entertainment. Host Carol Duvall reviews the latest types of stamping products, including clear stamps, watermark inks and vintage scented inks.

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576 :09x41 - Stained Glass, Origami, Ribbon Roses

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Guest Barbara Trombley shows how to create a floral stained glass transparency in a frame. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the West Coast Origami Conference in San Francisco, where several origami folders talk about their techniques and favorite designs. Guest Deborah Henry makes ribbon roses and other flowers.

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577 :09x42 - Sweatshirts, Vessels, Clay & Fabric Bookmarks

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Host Carol Duvall uses her friend Pam Toache's idea to make a jacket out of a sweatshirt. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the Smithsonian craft show to explore vessels that come in all shapes, sizes, materials, and adornment. Guest Karen Mitchell shows how to make a fabric transfer bookmark with Liquid Sculpey.

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578 :09x43 - Bell Pulls, Sandblasting Glass, Viewer Ideas

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Guest Ellie Joos shows a simple yet classy approach to making bell pulls by covering a dowel rod with ribbon. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Patti Brennan's Celtic glass designs. Host Carol Duvall introduces several ideas sent in by viewers, including a bangle bracelet pencil holder, wedding thank-you notes and luggage stenciling.

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579 :09x44 - Silver-Leafed Wood, Boomerang Artist, Curio Table

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Guest Renee Sparks demonstrates a new way to transform a plain, four-sided wooden trash can into an elegant home decor item that's both carved and silver-leafed. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Alan Scott Craig and his homemade boomerang collection. Host Carol Duvall creates a curio table with just a few supplies from the hardware store and some leftover fabric.

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580 :09x45 - Polymer Clay Bracelet, Storage Tips

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Guest Syndee Holt makes a polymer clay bracelet of polymer clay. Host Carol Duvall shows several storage and organizing techniques, including storing stamps in numbered trays, using shelves for paints and using a tackle box for wire supplies.

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581 :09x46 - Shibori, Wearable Art, Butterfly Mobile

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Guest Karen Thomas teaches Shibori, the Asian art of painting and dying plain or textured paper by dry brushing. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit the Smithsonian Craft Show and discover wearable art, including clothing, jewelry and accessories. Guest Barbara Trombley creates a glittery butterfly mobile using stamped images of butterflies and silk flowers.

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582 :09x47 - Collage, Headdresses, Bottle Hat

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Collage artist Dawn Ackerman creates landscape collages using handmade papers. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Florence Baker-Wood, who shares her artistic headdresses and gives tips on how to make them. Host Carol Duvall shares ideas sent in by viewers, including how to make miniature long johns using socks, and a hat from plastic bottles.

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583 :09x48 - Book Covers, Furniture, Craft Tools

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Guest Mary Jo McGraw shows how to make a decorative book cover out of cardstock. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focuses on different approaches to making furniture shown at the Smithsonian Craft Show. Host Carol Duvall introduces some terrific crafting tools, including electric scissors, rotary cutters with a safe blade, circle cutters that cut through cork and foam board, cartridges to make magnets and stickers, plus glue guns with interchangable heads.

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584 :09x49 - Faux Tortoise Finish, Frame-able Artwork

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Guest Barbara DiClemente demonstrates how to create a fabulous faux finish she calls "Tawny Tortoise". Guest Nathalie Metevier shares how to make creative, frame-able art using stamping technique.

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585 :09x50 - Toothbrush Rugs, Fine Art Dolls, Trash Cans

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Guest Phyllis Hause shows how to make a fast and easy "toothbrush" rug using torn strips of fabric that do not require conventional sewing. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the Santa Fe Doll Art Show and captures some of the most exquite examples of dolls and their creators. Host Carol Duvall uses five wallpaper squares to make a decorative waste basket.

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586 :09x51 - Ribbon Tie-ons, Acrylic Woodturning, Organizer

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Guest Deborah Henry makes ribbon flower tie-ons to decorate fabric gift bags. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Ernie Memmo, a self-taught woodturner with a background in furniture making who bonds exotic wood and acrylics together into blocks to create dazzling designs. Host Carol Duvall makes a wall, or over the door, hanging organizer out of felt for "junk drawer items."

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587 :09x52 - Leaf Votive, Glass Bangles, Products

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Guest Ann Mitchell makes a leaf votive with Liquid Sculpey. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits P.J. Sweeney, who makes beautiful bangle bracelets from dichromatic glass. Host Carol Duvall shares some favorite craft supplies, including nesting box sets made from folded paper, blank puzzle sheets thin enough to run through a computer printer and artist oils.

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588 :09x53 - Ribbon Collage, Fiberglass Metal, Viewer Ideas

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Guest Ellie Joos makes an ellegant, ribbon collage wall hanging. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits John Crutchfield, who has developed a multi-dimensional graphic art technique for applying fiberglass to brass metal. Host Carol Duvall shares ideas from Pennsylvania viewers, including how to make an Annabella bears, an engraved toilet seat and a Statue of Liberty recreation using wallpaper.

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589 :09x54 - Stamping Tips, Buffet Silverware Holder

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Guest Carol Scheffler makes gift tags and cards using various rubber stamp techniques. Guest Jeen Brown creates an angel doll with long legs that dangle over a shelf.

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590 :09x55 - Clay Light Switch Cover, Desk Accessories

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Guest Syndee Holt uses polymer clay to decorate a light switch plate with a sunflower design. Guest Ana Araujo creates fun and functional home office desk accessories, including a tape dispenser and a desk blotter.

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591 :09x56 - Paper Purses, Dolls, Faux Wallpaper

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Guest Jane Beard makes paper purses that can be used as party favors or greeting cards. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the Santa Fe Doll Art Show and captures demonstrations of several doll artists' techniques, including the work of an artist who uses polymer clay and an artist who carves wood. Host Carol Duvall shares a faux wall finish project from her son and daughter-in-law.

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592 :09x57 - Fantasy Collage, Glass Beads, Viewer Mail

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Guest Dawn Ackerman shows how to create beautiful abstract collages out of handmade and hand-painted papers. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Christina Ward and focuses on her handmade glass beads. Host Carol Duvall reads a letter and shows some samples from a legally-blind viewer who does most of her crafts by touch or with a magnifying glass.

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593 :09x58 - Paper Mosaic Box, Sock Monkey Tote and Wallet

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Guest Mary Jo McGraw demonstrates how to make decorative paper, and then shows how to create a mosaic and cover the lid of a small box. Host Carol Duvall uses plastic mesh and fabric to create a sock monkey tote and matching wallet, creating a pattern that can be used for any design.

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594 :09x59 - Weathered Bronze Finish, Embossed Frame

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Guest Barbara DiClemente shows how to create a fabulous faux finishes which she calls "weathered bronze." Guest Carol Scheffler creates a multi-colored picture matte as she demonstrates all the basics of embossing.

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595 :09x60 - Theorem Wall Hanging, Doll Head Pin Cushion

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Guest Jeen Brown constructs a doll head with a chenille hat that serves as a pin cushion. Guest Rosemary Carsello shows an easy and inexpensive way to make a wall hanging using theorem stencils and chalk.

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596 :09x61 - Sock Reindeer, Stamped & Painted Cookies

Dec/14/2006
Guest Ann Jacobs Mooney introduces the newest member of the sock animal family--sock reindeer. Guest Laure'l Silverberg demonstrates how to make rubber stamped and painted cookies using fondant-topped cookies, rubber stamp designs and food coloring.

Source: HGTV

597 :09x62 - Snowflake Window, Luminarias, Viewer Ideas

Dec/11/2006
Guest Jane Beard demonstrates how to make a snowflake window and then demonstrates two quick and easy ways to make luminarias, including an embossed snowflake paper bag luminaria and a die cut-stenciled bag luminaria. Host Carol Duvall shares inspiring holiday ideas from viewers including outdoor ornaments, photo transfers, Christmas card recycling, Santa-face candy spoons, toy ornaments, clothespin napkin holders and a linoleum dollhouse.

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598 :09x63 - Theorem Stencil Cards, Ornaments, Ornaments, Ornaments!

Dec/13/2006
Guest Rosemary Carsello shows how to make elegant, stenciled holiday cards with "mounted" insert that can be used as an ornament by the recipient. Host Carol Duvall fashions a ribbon ornament, package ornaments, paper clay ornaments and tooling foil ornaments.

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599 :09x64 - Stamped Holiday Ornaments, Angel Doll

Dec/12/2006
Guest Nathalie Metevier shows how to make a unique gift box topper and holiday ornaments using rubber stamps. Guest Jeen Brown makes an angel doll using Wimpole Street Knit Skins, lace doily dress, wooden wings and a wire halo.

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600 :09x65 - Jingle Bell Holiday Card, Holiday Stamped Soap

Dec/14/2006
Guest Sandi Genovese show how to make an elegant, inventive and fun jingle bell holiday card. Guest Cheryl Ball uses foam rubber stamps with holiday images to create wonderfully festive soaps.

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Season 10

601 :10x01 - Notable Notebooks, Tribals Sculpture, Baby Shower Centerpiece

Sep/20/2004
Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates how to make notebooks using stamping techniques. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Keith Parker and his handmade tribal sculptures. Ellie Joos from Offray shows how to make a ribbon diaper centerpiece perfect to decorate a baby shower.

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602 :10x02 - Clock, Stone Egg, Punched Paper Flowers

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Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates how to create a handmade clock. Guest Suze Weinberg shows how to make a "polished stone" egg using glitter, stamps and an embossing technique. Host Carol Duvall features a paper punch flower idea shared by viewer Camille Petrocelli.

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603 :10x03 - Botanical Chairs, Layered Paper Scrapbook Decor

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Guest Sandi Reinke makes a moss seat from a bamboo chair, moss cloth, ivy whips and a terra cotta pot. Guest Michelle Gerbrandt shows how to layer and cut paper to decorate a scrapbook.

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604 :10x04 - Wire Mobile, Tapestries, Card Holder

Sep/23/2004
Guest Chris Gluck shows how to create a mobile made from wire. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Evelyn Lysette Sorenson and the tapestries she makes without the use of a loom. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make a card holder from folded paper, a project inspired by Karen Thomas of Yasutomo.

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605 :10x05 - Kuba Beaded Frame, Mixed Media Posters, Chair Back Covers

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Guest Wendy Simpson Conner makes an African-inspired Kuba beaded frame. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Guillermo Bert, who uses street posters as canvases for his paintings. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates various ways of creating chair covers.

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606 :10x06 - Velvet Overlay, Cardboard Art, Towel Bunny

Sep/27/2004
Mary O'Neil uses stamping techniques to make a velvet tabletop overlay. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on the artwork of S.A. Bennet, who stacks cardboard to make dimensional paintings. Guest Jeen Brown shows how to make a pull-a-part baby bunny.

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607 :10x07 - Water Card, Fused Metal, Ribbon Box

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Guest Suze Weinberg demonstrates how to create a water card with stamps. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Debbie Hutchinson, who makes jewelry and martini forks by fusing gold and silver together without solder. Guest Helen Gibb makes a ribbon-covered paper mache box.

Source: HGTV

608 :10x08 - Botanical Tiles, Silhouettes, Mini Pie Safe

Sep/29/2004
Guest Sandi Reinke makes a bulletin board from botanical tiles. Guest Michelle Gerbrandt demonstrates how to spice up a scrapbook page with silhouette images. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to make a miniature pie safe that's perfect for pot pies.

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609 :10x09 - Polymer Clay Necklace, Frame in a Frame

Sep/30/2004
Guest Barbara McGuire shows how to make donut-shaped beads from polymer clay to make a necklace. Guest Nathalie Metevier creates a "frame in a frame" using embossing techniques.

Source: HGTV

610 :10x10 - Diorama Drama, Beaded Boxes, Viewer Ideas

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Guest Sandi Genovese shows an easy way to send three-dimensional messages in a card through the use of diorama. Host Carol Duvall makes a beaded box and then shares some contributions from the Shoebox including a macaroni picture frame, a crocheted TV remote caddy and a crocheted toilet paper cover.

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611 :10x11 - Stamped Sleepover, National Black Arts Festival, New Products

Oct/06/2004
Guest Mary O'Neil inspires a "stamped sleepover" by showing how to stamp sheets and pajamas. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the National Black Arts Festival to focus on the crafts featured there. Host Carol Duvall presents an overview of many new paper products on the market.

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612 :10x12 - Boomerangs, Paper Beads, Stump Work

Oct/07/2004
Guest Alan Scott Craig demonstrates how to create handmade boomerangs. Guest Karen Thomas makes decorative jewelry from paper beads. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Kathy Fenchel and her stump work, a form of embroidery that was a popular pastime of women in post-Elizabethan England.

Source: HGTV

613 :10x13 - Sprouting Jeans, Clay Sock Monkey

Oct/12/2004
Guest Vivan Peritts makes a floral design on a pair of jeans using needlepoint. Guest Becky Meverden shows how to make a Sock Monkey image from polymer clay.

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614 :10x14 - Fur Stool, Needlepoint Canvas, Wire Glass Decor

Oct/13/2004
Host Carol Duvall makes a purple, fur-covered stool from an inexpensive waste basket. The Carol Duvall Show cameras capture the process of making a needlepoint landscape on canvas. Guest Chris Gluck shows how to make wire-wrapped glasses and cups.

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615 :10x15 - Collage Art Dolls, Beaded Watch Band

Oct/14/2004
Guest Terry Tyson makes a collage art doll from wooden materials. Guest Wendy Simpson Conner makes a carnival-style watch band from seed beads.

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616 :10x16 - Resist Paper Cards, Doll Furniture, Metal Sculpture

Oct/24/2004
Guest Mary O'Neil shows how to create stamped cards with resist paper. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Bruce Gray and his whimsical, welded metal sculptures. Guest Jeen Brown makes chenille doll furniture.

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617 :10x17 - Needle Weaving, Barn Wood Designs, Viewer Ideas

Oct/20/2004
Guest Wendy Simpson Conner demonstrates how to make a needle-woven charm bracelet. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Bob and Debi Perry, who make wooden folk art designs. Host Carol Duvall shows products sent in by viewers, including an over-the-window shelf, a birdhouse made from a gourd and stickers made from furnace tape.

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618 :10x18 - Building a Mural, Temari Buttons

Oct/21/2004
Guest Jan Dressler makes a stenciled, wooden mural. Guest Diana Vandervoort shows how to make embroidered buttons out of spice jar lids.

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619 :10x19 - Picture Frame, Polymer Clay Accordion Book

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Guest Nathalie Metevier makes a cardboard picture frame using a stylus and stamping techniques. Guest Barbara McGuire creates an accordion book from polymer clay.

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620 :10x20 - Floral Tapestry Box, Tatted Flower Card

Oct/28/2004
Guest Stephanie Scheetz embosses a floral tapestry frame box. Guest Barbara Foster demonstrates a needle-tatting technique to make easy flowers.

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621 :10x21 - It's Mary's Business, Ten Women Co-op, Viewer Call

Nov/01/2004
Host Carol Duvall introduces the first episode in her "Making Money with Your Crafts" series.

Guest Mary O'Neil, owner of Hot Potatoes Rubber Stamps, talks about the birth of her business. Next, The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits the Ten Women Gallery Co-op in Santa Monica, Calif. Then, Duvall interviews store owners Roz Brody and Sara Cron in studio and speaks with a viewer via telephone about marketing crafts.


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622 :10x22 - Spirit Pin, Twig Miniatures, Polymer Clay Swap

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Guest Roberta Altshuler makes a "wild women spirit" pin from polymer clay. The Carol Duvall Show cameras capture the making of miniature furniture composed of twigs. Host Carol Duvall shows craft items she received from a group of viewers who participate in a "Carol Duvall swap," where each of the ladies makes a craft inspired by a chosen Carol Duvall Show episode then swap the items among the group, sending one item to Carol.

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623 :10x23 - Stained Table, Kimono Gift Box, Stone Picture Frame, Folded Suits

Nov/03/2004
Guest Jan Dressler demonstrates how to stencil with wood stain. Guest Karen Thomas makes a kimono gift box from origami papers. Host Carol Duvall shares an idea from a 12-year-old viewer who decorates picture frames with beads. Another viewer sent in a idea to make miniature paper origami suits.

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624 :10x24 - Aged Leather Book Box, Fischer Stenciling, Outdoor Luminaries

Nov/04/2004
Guest Barbara DiClemente makes a faux, aged-leather book box using cheesecloth and painting techniques. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Rogene Fischer to view some of her stencil work. Host Carol Duvall shares how to make luminaries using hardware cloth.

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625 :10x25 - Napkin Rings, Bathroom Accessories

Dec/27/2004
Guest Donna Kato shows how to make napkin rings out of polymer clay. Guest Pat DeSantis demonstrates how to dress up ordinary bathroom accessories by gluing on fabric and trim.

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626 :10x26 - Vivian Peritts Personal Story, Freelance Designer, Starting a Craft Business

Dec/28/2004
Freelance craft designer Vivian Peritts explains how her original uses for craft products as well as her involvement in the Society of Craft Designers has furthered her career. Then host Carol Duvall talks with Becky Meverden, who went from a one-woman factory owner to a freelance designer. Finally, Duvall talks with craft marketing expert Barbara Brabec on the phone for tips and tidbits on getting a craft business started.

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627 :10x27 - Faux Batiking, Beaded Buttons, Snack Holder

Dec/29/2004
Guest Cheryl Ball demonstrates the art of faux batiking. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Judy Hendrix to focus on the pins and necklaces she makes using antique buttons, cabachons and wood. Host Carol Duvall makes a snack holder from one strip of wood, some wire, 76 bottle caps and two plastic bowls.

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628 :10x28 - Mini Pad Holder, Glass Painter, Temari Beads

Dec/30/2004
Guest Karen Thomas creates a miniature pad holder from illustration board and origami paper. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Aziz Diagne and his method of reverse painting on glass. Guest Diana Vandervoort shows how to make beads using the Japanese art of temari.

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629 :10x29 - Terra Cotta Tiles, Carved Slate, New Products

Oct/03/2007
Guest Karen Mitchell makes terra cotta tiles using polymer clay. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit the home of stone carver Ann Cunningham. Host Carol Duvall introduces some new products on the craft market such as rub-on stencils and napkin decor products.

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630 :10x30 - Fabric Window Toppers, Coasters with Gift Box

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Guest Pat DeSantis decorates a foam window cornice with fabric. Guest Stephanie Scheetz makes lighthouse coasters in a decorative box using stamps.

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631 :10x31 - Outlets for Selling, Alexa Lett Personal Story

Jan/05/2005
Host Carol Duvall interviews guest James Dillehay, who discusses various outlets available for selling crafts and then gives tips on how to price crafts. Next, guest Alexa Lett tells the story of how the idea for her business started when she decided to design wooden pins for her piano students. Lett talks about getting exposure at gift trade shows, the advantages of having a representative, where to find a representative, and venues to sell kits.

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632 :10x32 - Woodburned Quilt, Finial-Topped Tassel

Jan/06/2005
est Chris Wallace gives innovative tips for the first timer and seasoned woodburner alike. She'll discuss the wood, nibs and stains used to create the designs involved to recreate the look of "crazy quilting" on wood. Guest Cari Clement makes a tassel using a knitting needle, ribbon and cording.

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633 :10x33 - Box Caddy, Sharpe Glass, Rubber Stamp Products

Jan/10/2005
Guest Mary Jo McGraw makes a box caddy using dyes, punches, beads and board game pieces. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Carol Sharpe and focuses on her sculptural glass work. Host Carol Duvall introduces some new rubber stamping products on the craft market.

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634 :10x34 - Portofino Marble Faux Finish, Metal Clay Pendant

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Guest Barbara DiClemente shows how to use painting techniques to give any household item a portofino marble faux finish. Guest Linda Bernstein makes a pendant using clay that forms silver metal when heated.

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635 :10x35 - Jelly Roll Pendant, Art Journals

Jan/12/2005
Guest Donna Kato makes a jelly roll-shaped pendant out of polymer clay. Guest Kellene Giloff creates a decorative art journal using an ink wash and watercolor paint.

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636 :10x36 - Clearance and Copyright, Viewer Call, Crafting Business Books

Jan/13/2005
Host Carol Duvall talks with guest Marlaine McVisk, a frequent speaker at the annual Hobby Industry Association show and the annual Society of Craft Designers show. McVisk discusses clearance and copyright issues to consider when selling crafts. Then Duvall discusses how to photograph crafts and talks with viewer Darcey Toom via phone about Toom's recycled card business. Host Carol Duvall discusses books available to help crafters sell their crafts.

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637 :10x37 - Zoo Animal Punches, Beaded Fringe, Templates

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Guest Suzanne McNeil demonstrates how to make zoo animal forms from different paper punches. Guest Cari Clement makes beaded fringe using a new fringe-making device and a dental floss threader. Host Carol Duvall discusses several templates for projects that are out on the market.

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638 :10x38 - Memory Tree, Beaded Evening Bag

Jan/18/2005
Guest Maureen Carlson makes a three-dimensional, polymer clay memory tree. Guest Christine Reilly demonstrates how to dress up an evening bag with beads.

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639 :10x39 - Etched Recipe Jar, Trade Show, Viewer Ideas

Jan/19/2005
Guest Laure'l Silverberg demonstrates how to make an etched glass recipe jar filled with baking ingredients. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas on how to make a paper collage, calendar envelopes, fabric note cards and a plastic canvas fly swatter.

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640 :10x40 - The Art of Decoupage, Books

Jan/20/2005
Guest Dee Davis demonstrates how to create a decoupage frame for invitations and announcements. Host Carol Duvall explores the various craft books found in a bookstore rather than a craft store.

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641 :10x41 - Priscilla Hauser's Story, Dee Gruenig's Story, Publishing a Project

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Guests Priscilla Hauser and Dee Gruening discuss designing, teaching and traveling in the craft industry, plus share personal stories of how they got their start. Then guest Julie Stephani gives helpful tips on how to get a craft project published.

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642 :10x42 - Picture Cube Puzzle, Stamped Scarf

Jan/25/2005
Guest Jane Beard makes a picture cube puzzle that opens to reveal four hidden photo panels. Guest Grace Taormina makes a stamped scarf from contrasting colored fabrics and ribbon trim.

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643 :10x43 - Tiny Tins, Delightful Doorknobs

Oct/17/2007
Guest Mary Jo McGraw makes tiny tins embossed with shrink plastic and rubber stamps. Guest Maureen Carlson makes decoratives doorknobs using the Skinner technique with polymer clay.

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644 :10x44 - Notion Box, Bolt Family Art, Clay Stitchery Box

Sep/05/2007
Host Carol Duvall makes a notion box. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit the Bolts to focus on a family of artists. Guest Gail Ritchey creates the look of stitchery with polymer clay.

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645 :10x45 - Reverse Stamped Frame, Knit Out, Painted Window Toppers

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Guest Cheryl Ball makes a decorative frame using a reverse stamping technique. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew travels to New York City for the Knit-Out & Crochet event. Guest Terri Oullette paints and decorates polystyrene cornices to create a window treatment.

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646 :10x46 - Oriental Elegance, Coiled Necklace

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Guest Dee Gruenig uses stamps to decorate a wire-bound album with oriental design. Guest LeRoy Goertz demonstrates how to make African-inspired coil spring necklaces.

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647 :10x47 - Felt Purses, Platform Slider Card

Feb/02/2005
Guest Michelle Newman makes a designer-looking purse using felt and decorates it with trim and embellishments. Guest Jane Beard demonstrates how to make a stamped platform pop-out card.

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648 :10x48 - Beaded Bag, Quilted Tabletop, Quickie Ideas

Feb/03/2005
Guest Christine Reilly embellishes a medicine bag with beads. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on the art of creating Quilted Tabletops. Host Carol Duvall shares a few quick ideas including a slate clock, a temari ball, and a lap pillow out of corn cob bedding.

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649 :10x49 - Mini Beaded Purse, Ornament Book

Feb/07/2005
Guest Vesta Abel makes a miniature beaded purse and necklace using shrink plastic and embossing techniques. Guest Doris Arndt creates a miniature book that serves as a decorative ornament.

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650 :10x50 - Clay Pot Cookie Jar, Wheat Weaving,Twisted Topiary

Feb/08/2005
Guest Jennifer Ferguson makes an innovative cookie jar out of a terra cotta clay pot and saucer. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Long Beach, Calif., to focus on an artist who transforms wheat into works of art. Guest Lynne Farris makes a topiary tree with a twisted design.

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651 :10x51 - Lace Painting, Folk Art, Rainbow Sponge Tiling

Feb/09/2005
Guest Priscilla Hauser teaches how to use to paint to create the look of lace. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on the wood carvings of artist Boris Morozov. Guest Dee Gruenig shows how to make quilt and wrapping paper cards using a rainbow sponge.

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652 :10x52 - Sushi Necklace, Faux Enamel Tile

Feb/10/2005
Guest Emi Fukushima makes a necklace rolled to look like sushi. Guest Lynne Farris demonstrates how to create the look of faux enamel tile.

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653 :10x53 - Faux Etched Table Top, Chess Boards, Egg Art

Feb/14/2005
Guest Grace Taormina shows a way to achieve a faux etched look on glass without using any harmful chemicals. She combines masking tape, stencils, bold foam stamps and white frost paint to create her designs. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates "egg" crafts, including puff patchwork eggs, eggs with tiny dolls, as well as eggshell picture frames and tea sets.

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654 :10x54 - Faux Etched Necklace, Yarn Embellishments, Mini Polymer Clay House

Feb/15/2005
Guest Vesta Abel makes a faux etched necklace using shrink plastic and embossing techniques. Guest Gail Ritchey makes a minature house out of polymer clay.

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655 :10x55 - Copper Coil Candle Holder, Basket Art, Glue Box

Feb/16/2005
Guest Terri Ouelette makes a copper candle holder embellished with coil. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Carole Rouin and her basket woven from unusual and inventive materials such as chicken wire, toys and even gutter material. Host Carol Duvall uses a hot glue gun to create designs on a simple wooden box.

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656 :10x56 - Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Art, Sue Bolt Ceramics, Wrapped Votives

Feb/17/2005
Guest Chris Wallace introduces the art of Pennsylvania Dutch folk art painting, which incorporates vibrant colors and simple strokes to create elegant and complicated-looking patterns. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits crafter Sue Bolt to focus on her ceramic work. Host Carol Duvall introduces viewer ideas from the Shoebox, including candy jars, CD refrigerator magnets and soft sculpture magnets.

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657 :10x57 - Garden Ornaments, Basketry, Scrapbooking Products

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Guest Tracey McBride makes a garden ornament using a picture frame, watter putty and applique. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Suzye Ogawa and her techniques to combine the arts of basketry and bronze sculpting. Host Carol Duvall shows some scrapbooking products out on the market.

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658 :10x58 - Shower Curtain, Air-Dry Clay Wind Chimes

Sep/19/2007
Guest Michelle Newman paints a fabric shower curtain with fabric paint that looks and feels like dye when it dries. Guest Mischelle Smith uses air-dry clay to make wind chimes.

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659 :10x59 - Shadow Red Work Pillow, Mask Pin

Feb/23/2005
Guest Alex Anderson uses quilting skills to make a shadow red work pillow. Guest Doris Arndt makes a mask pin from tanned leather and heat-set inks.

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660 :10x60 - Rock Containers, Name Tags and Place Cards

Feb/24/2005
Guest Emi Fukushima demonstrates how to make containers shaped like rocks. Guest Lorie Jacobs embosses name tags and place cards with embossing templates.

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661 :10x61 - Takeout Box, Evening Wear Boxes, Wedding Ideas

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Guest Sandi Genovese shows how to dress up a takeout box to make a decorative gift box. Guest Leila Steineckert makes gift boxes with evening wear themes. Host Carol Duvall shares some wedding ideas inspired by the Carol Duvall Show's assistant director, Vicky Botka.

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662 :10x62 - Fushsia Flower Fever, Sugar Eggs

Mar/27/2003
Guest Candace Kling shows how to make a fucshia ribbon hanging flower. Guest Barbara Green makes spring eggs of sugar then decorates them with color.

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663 :10x63 - Quick Chicks, Bird Kites, Springtime Bouquets

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Guest Priscillar Hauser shows techniques for beginning painters to paint baby chicks. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Margarite Stankus, who shows how to make a bird kite suitable for March winds. Host Carol Duvall makes springtime bouquets from paper flowers.

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664 :10x64 - Mother's Day Corsage, Lampshades Mom Will Love

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Guest Helen Gibb makes a Mother's Day corsage out of ribbon flowers. Guest Vivian Peritts demonstrates how to make a pierced lamp shade for mom.

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665 :10x65 - Folded Paper Clothes Card, Desk Set, Chess Set

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Guest Suzanne McNeil "folds clothes" using an origami technique to make a Father's Day card. Host Carol Duvall makes a do-it-yourself chess set. Guest Lacey Oldham makes desk set.

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Season 11

666 :11x01 - Place Mats, Sculpture Artist, Lantern

Sep/02/2003
Guest Mary O'Neil makes a colorful version of a functional collage place mat. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Robert Tolone, who sculpts colorful animal figures in both plastic and wood mediums. Guest Nathalie Metevier makes a charming paper lantern.

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667 :11x02 - Screen Door Flowers, Fan Flair

Sep/03/2003
Guest Priscilla Hauser shows how to dress up screen doors with a painted floral bouquet. Guest Jane Beard makes elaborate fans.

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668 :11x03 - Asian Shadow Box, Metal Bead Necklaces, Products

Sep/04/2003
Remember doing shadow boxes when you were a child? Grace Taormina's latest project puts an adult spin on this elementary school favorite using fabric, rubber stamps, a handmade fan and a staple gun. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on artist Jane Martin, whose work in jewelry is a process in metal smithing. Host Carol Duvall shares a collection of products that span the crafting arena.

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669 :11x04 - Embossed Paper Boxes, Feather Basket Artist, Poly Clay Mask

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Guest Mischelle Smith transforms a wooden box into something much more exciting using ink and embossing techniques. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits C.A. Michel, an artist who constructs baskets out of feathers.

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670 :11x05 - Un-Bead-Able Veggies, Dog & Cat Journals

Sep/08/2003
Guest Wendy Simpson Conner shows how a few beads and thread combine to make ears of corn using one simple beading technique. If there's a special pet in your life, Paula Montgomery has a great way to show your adoration--one-of-a-kind pet "brag" journals.

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671 :11x06 - Denim Purses, Sculpture Artist, Double-Sided Terra Cotta

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Kari Lee shows how to make a purse out of recycled denim jeans and embellishes it with leather accents. The Carol Duvall Show cameras zoom in on Tom Herzog's metal wall sculptures, which can be described as having a modern, industrial edge. Guest Ann Mitchell uses molds to press impressions into terra cotta clay. The pieces are used in an impressive bracelet.

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672 :11x07 - Paper Frog Doll, One Stamp Many Looks, Ribbon Box

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Guest Sandi Reinke makes a frog doll out of decorative paper and stuffing. Guest Debra Anderson demonstrates how one stamp--a tree stamp in this project--can be used to achieve a multitude of looks. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates a unique way to organize and store lots of ribbon spools using a shoebox, handmade paper and a ruler.

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673 :11x08 - Action Cards, Sunflower Garden Stake

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Guest Sandi Genovese shows darling cards sure to be a welcome addition to anyone's mailbox. Guest Jana Ewy uses copper sheeting to make an ornamental stake for the garden.

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674 :11x09 - Sponged Backgrounds, "Batik" Lampshades, Viewer Projects

Sep/12/2003
Guest Dee Gruenig is back to share another fabulous background technique using an oversized compressed sponge, re-inkers and clear resist ink. Guest Mitra Friant creates the look of batik on paper and uses it to decorate a lampshade. Host Carol Duvall shares projects from the Shoebox including a cheese box footstool, drum and clear plastic table, a dryer vent hose pumpkin and needle tatting projects from a group of online tatters.

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675 :11x10 - Silver Beads, Ceramist, Stamping Products

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Guest Linda Bernstein uses silver metal clay to make a variety of silver beads. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Seattle-based ceramist Patti Warashina, who has created a memorable collection of ceramics since she began working with the medium in the early 1960s. Rubber stampers are constantly expanding their palette by experimenting and trying new and different things. Host Carol Duvall talks about products that let creativity run wild.

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676 :11x11 - Crazy Maze Cane Pendants, African Dolls, Mouse Pad Makeovers

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Guest Donna Kato creates a polymer clay cane--the maze cane--then creates pendants from it. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on doll maker Roxanne Abilogu. Add some pizzazz to your mouse pad using designer paper, a little trim and some fun fringe. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates.

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677 :11x12 - Sockeater, Home Decor Stamping

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Guest Grace Taormina shares an easy technique for stamping elegant home decor, from pillows to curtains to walls. Guest Ann Mooney introduces the latest member of the sock animal family, Sock Monkey's cousin "Sockeater."

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678 :11x13 - Vellum & Aluminum Mosaic Boxes, Mesolini Dish Artists, Jeweled Wood Burning

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Guest Suzanne McNeill creates an interesting mosaic that looks like stained glass. The Carol Duvall Show camera crews visit glass artists Gregg Mesmer and Diane Bonciolini, who pool their efforts in art glass production to create their award-winning work. Guest Betty Auth demonstrates the old-world technique of wood burning by making an adorable jeweled pin.

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679 :11x14 - Paper Flowers, Holy Cows!, Reverse Faux Finish

Sep/19/2003
Guest Renee Sparks makes paper flowers with recycled materials. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visit Ellen Vener and Jim Robbins, who formed a tag-team partnership in creating pieces of art from scrap metal. Barbara Di Clemente, the Faux Diva, demonstrates reverse argent d'ore faux finish--a rich blend of brown, gold and black.

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680 :11x15 - Embossed Copper, Recycled Crafts, Geodesic Mobile

Sep/22/2003
Guest Vesta Abel embosses and decorates copper for use in embellishing items such as greeting cards and boxes. Guest Michael Strong shares tips for using recycled items in making rubber-stamped greeting cards. Host Carol Duvall creates a crafty mobile using circle cutouts.

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681 :11x16 - Millefiori Story, Cast Paper Artist, Ribbon Lampshades

Sep/23/2003
Guest Maureen Carlson adapts an origami storytelling tradition to demonstrate how to create a polymer clay floral millefiori cane with a heart center. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Marsh Scott, an artist who creates paper wall sculptures that are elegant yet bold. Guest Helen Gibb decorates lampshades with ribbon flowers and other embellishments.

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682 :11x17 - Asian Wall Hanging, Mosaic Masters, Scrapbooking Products

Sep/21/2007
Guest Kristy McNeil shares her secrets for making "aged stone" and creates a dramatic Asian wall hanging using plastic foam and a vegetable peeler. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Carlos and Jason Cohen, a father-and-son mosaic artist team. Scrapbooking is getting bigger and bigger. Host Carol Duvall talks about supplies that may help make your photos really jump off the page!

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683 :11x18 - New Baby Pin, Faux Marquetry, Canisters

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Guest Becky Meverden makes a polymer clay pin to announce a new baby's arrival. Guest Gary Lord demonstrates a technique that imitates the old-world craftsmanship seen in marquetry. Host Carol Duvall shows how to craft customized canisters.

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684 :11x19 - Decorative Tin Chest, Quilted Scrapbooking

Sep/26/2003
Guest Sandi Reinke decorates tin containers with a variety of materials, including paper, acrylic paint and fossil leaves. Guest Michele Gerbrandt shows how incorporating quilt designs can add a sense of timelessness to scrapbook pages.

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685 :11x20 - Picture Frame, Bunny's Burned Box, Sock Monkey Shoebox

Sep/22/2003
Guest Dee Gruenig gives a boring wood frame a fabulous metallic look. Guest Bunny DeLorie shows tricks for transferring images and patterns onto surfaces, as well as using tools to wood-burn an image into wood. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer Sock Monkey news and ideas.

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686 :11x21 - Stationery Holders, Furniture Maker, Room Divider

Oct/10/2007
If you or your family eats a lot of cereal, don't throw away those empty boxes! Guest Mary O'Neil has found a way to reuse them by turning them into charming little stationery holders. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Jerry England, a furniture maker whose fascination with the Old West dates back to his childhood. Guest Nathalie Metevier makes ceiling-suspended room dividers.

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687 :11x22 - Pen & Ink Basics, Party Favor Cake Box, Wire Photo Holder

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Guest Priscilla Hauser shows how to decorate a wooden platter using painting techniques. Guest Jane Beard makes a box especially designed to hold party favors that look like a slice of cake. Host Carol Duvall makes a photo/note holder using a wooden block, twisted wire and a clip.

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688 :11x23 - Papered Vase, Glass Plate, Memento Ideas

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Guest Vivian Peritts uses a leaf punch and silver and pewter vellum to make a cascading pinecone effect along the side of a vase. Lisa Pavelka creates the look of dichroic glass out of polymer clay and foil, and uses it to decorate a plain glass plate. Host Carol Duvall shares a viewer idea for handprint mementos and memory eggs.

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689 :11x24 - Medallion Card, Wasabi Bowls, Frame, Trunk & Baby Shower Favor

Sep/26/2003
Guest Barbara Trombley uses medallion type rubber stamps as a guide to make colorful, multi-dimensional cards. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Marne Ryan, a silversmith known for her beautiful work. Guest Mischelle Smith uses air-dry clay to assemble a three-tiered, faux leather frame. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas for a key-decorated trunk and a baby shoe shower centerpiece.

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690 :11x25 - Journals, Gourd Artist, Paint & Pen Products

Sep/29/2003
Paula Montgomery will put together some "way cool journals" that can be used for anything, including gardening, cooking and travel. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Dorisanne Soyka, an artist who creates one-of-a-kind gourds that incorporates wood burning, weaving, collage and painting. Here's news for all you paint and pen people out there: Host Carol Duvall shares products that give good results.

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691 :11x26 - Tone-On-Tone Stenciling, "Fossilized" Brooches, Scrapbooking Tools

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Guest Jennifer Ferguson creates an elegant piece of canvas artwork painted in three tones of the same color and overlay. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on fossilized ivory as it's transformed into art in the hands of artist Eric Silva. Host Carol Duvall talks about a few items on the market that might make scrapbooking easier, faster and in some cases more precise.

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692 :11x27 - Ottoman & Matching Pillow, Metal Mesh Bracelet

Oct/26/2007
Guest Pat DeSantis uses fabric to decorate an ottoman and matching pillow. Guest Orna Willis creates needlepoint jewelry including a needlework metal mesh bracelet.

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693 :11x28 - Gel Candles, Found Object Artist, Mizuhiki Card

Oct/02/2003
Host Carol Duvall is crafting with photos, but there's not a scrapbook or picture frame in sight. It's IN a gel candle. Tune in for lots of safety tips, too. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on artist Greg Delger, who creates art frames using found objects such as scrap wood found in dumpsters, on the beach etc. Guest Karen Thomas uses Mizuhiki, thin paper cords that are wrapped in silk or foil, to create a good luck charm.

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694 :11x29 - "Quilted" Punching, Polymer Clay & Wire Mirrors

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Guest Vivian Peritts maximizes the use of punched shapes, corner punches and decorative paper to create a quilted look. Did you know that you can bond plastic coated wire with polymer clay by baking them together? Guest Chris Gluck demonstrates how to accomplish this combination by covering a mirror.

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695 :11x30 - Stamping Tips & Tricks, Copper Luminarias, Sew Center & Wire Organizing

Oct/06/2003
Guest Sandi Obertin demonstrates how to use rubber stamps as tools to get uniquely colored and textured images. Host Carol Duvall shares several techniques for creating indoor or outdoor luminaries from copper that are sure to WOW! guests at your next soiree then shares viewer sew center and wire storage ideas.

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696 :11x31 - Velvet Photo Mats, Shibori Artist, Poly Clay Vessels & Sticks

Oct/07/2003
Mary O'Neil, the Embossed Velvet Queen, assembles velvet mat picture frames with matching velvet hangers. The Carol Duvall Show cameras zoom in on Estelle Carlson, an artist who uses the centuries-old technique of shibori (Japanese tie dye) to create colorful patterns and swirls that become wearable art. Guest Donna Kato makes a polymer clay vessel.

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697 :11x32 - Wallpaper Cards, Carver, Coule

Oct/08/2003
Guest Grace Taormina transforms wall paper borders into elegant greeting cards. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Steve Jensen, a professional artist and carver in the northwest for the past thirty years. Guest Judy Balchin demonstrates coule, a method designed as a simple way to get beautiful streaked patterns onto glass.

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698 :11x33 - Poly Clay Pendant, Stationery Set

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Guest Emi Fukushima uses polymer clay to make a charming kimono pendant. Guest Jana Ewy creates matching cards, envelopes and even a decorative pencil perfect for gift giving.

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699 :11x34 - Three-Minute Postcards, Sweater Dolls, Craft Books

Oct/10/2003
Guest Judi Kauffman shares a way to make many postcards in three minutes flat using rubber stamps and ink pads. Jeen Brown decorates purses with adorable little dolls and embroidered silk flowers. Host Carol Duvall shares a small collection of craft books.

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700 :11x35 - Mini Notebooks, Family Fun Crafts, Cigar Box Jewelry Case

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Guest Christine Angeli creates notebook covers for sticky notes. Guest Lynne Farris shows how to make a growth chart made of felt and a memory lamp that features the artwork of younger artists in the household. Host Carol Duvall transforms cigar boxes into jewelry cases.

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701 :11x36 - Countertop Makeover, Leather Rose Brooch

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Guest Jennifer Ferguson demonstrates how to transform plain Formica countertops into works of art. Guest Kari Lee shows how to sculpt leather pieces into a rose to fashion a beautiful brooch.

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702 :11x37 - Metal Look, Wood Block Artist, Stamping Polymer Clay

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Guest Debra Anderson uses rubber stamps, embossing powder/ink and card stock to create a unique metal look. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on artist Patti Jacquemain, who creates wood cut prints inspired by her travels and love of the outdoors. Guest Michelle Ross shares an easy, handsome card project combining clay and rubber stamping.

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703 :11x38 - Monk's Cloth Pillow, Contemporary Lamp

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Guest Judi Kauffman makes a monk's cloth pillow. Guest Renee Sparks makes a contemporary lamp out of wire and screen mesh.

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704 :11x39 - CD Pins, Wood Turner, Painted Pillow Shams

Oct/20/2003
Guest and Carol Duvall Show viewer Shari Garner-Sterkel cuts a junk mail CD into shards,inks it up with pigment ink and melts several layers of chunky embossing powder onto it to make a fun pin. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Marlowe McGraw, who creates bowls and other vessels from a wood called madrone. Michelle Newman shows quick and simple techniques for creating one-of-a-kind, hand-painted pillow shams.

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705 :11x40 - Theorem Shoebox, Torn Paper Cards, Computer Crafting

Sep/12/2007
Guest Rosemary Carsello turns an ordinary shoebox into a functional desk accessory, card caddy or fancy gift box. Blanche Lind uses paper made from the Japanese Kozo plant to make charming cards. More and more crafters are diving into the land of computers and printers to enhance their craft projects. Host Carol Duvall talks about software products that can help you bring your projects into the future.

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706 :11x41 - Beaded Hair Pins, Colorful Mosiacs, Pop-Up Box

Oct/22/2003
Kid crafter Lacey Oldham demonstrates how to make pretty hair accessories. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Karen Silton, an artist known for her colorful mosaics, teapots and murals. Guest Karen Thomas shows how to make a card that's enclosed by a pop-up box.

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707 :11x42 - Glass Plate, Crackle Cards, Postcard Display

Oct/23/2003
Guest Judy Balchin shows how to create a decorative painted glass plate plate. Guest Judy Ritchie shows an attractive technique for giving cards an aged look. Host Carol Duvall shares a unique technique to display postcards.

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708 :11x43 - Stamped Chocolate, Street Sweeper Gourds, Wood Burned Paper, Bath Salts

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Guest Laure'l Silverberg makes elegant embossed white chocolates. The Carol Duvall Show cameras zoom in on artist Aaron Kramer, who creates metal gourd art with street sweeper bristles. Guest Betty Auth uses traditional wood burning tools and points to decorate a photo mat. Then, don't throw away those soup and vegetable cans. Host Carol Duvall demonstrates how to turn them into beautiful bath salts containers. Don't have any bath salts? She'll show you how to make those, too.

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709 :11x44 - Poly Clay Photocopy, Decorated Clock, Paper Products

Oct/27/2003
Guest Barbara McGuire uses black and white photocopies of copyright-free clip-art to make a polymer clay, cameo-style brooch. Guest Rich Shelby demonstrates how to turn an inexpensive clock into a decorative home accessory using rubber stamps. Host Carol Duvall talks about some neat paper products that can be used in a wide variety of projects.

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710 :11x45 - Poly-Clay Necklace, Beaded Scarves, Glass Artist, Beading Tips, Tile Crafts & More

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Guest Vesta Abel creates a mold out of re-heatable foam and uses it to make a polymer clay necklace. Guest Wendy Simpson Connor demonstrates three ways to add beaded fringe to simple scarves. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew visits Australian-born glass artist James Minson, a third-generation glass worker. Host Carol Duvall opens up the Shoebox to share viewer's beading tips, tile crafts and polymer clay kids' crafts.

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711 :11x46 - Poly-Clay Cloisonne, Beaded Gourd Necklace

Oct/31/2003
Guest Karen Mitchell will show what it takes to make and decorate a journal borrowing a trick from an enameling technique called cloisonne. Guest Bridgette Antonelli demonstrates how to net a gourd for a one-of-a-kind necklace.

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712 :11x47 - Miniature Photo Album, Luminaria Artist, Organizer

Nov/03/2003
Guest Karen Thomas uses paper-folding skills and photos taken with instant cameras to make a miniature photo album. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Joseph Shuldiner, an artist who has always been fascinated by the primal essence of shelter. He creates what some would refer to as glowing towers (luminarias). Host Carol Duvall shares some organizing items that may bring both order and convenience into crafters' lives.

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713 :11x48 - Photo Weaving, Kimono Wall Hangings

Nov/04/2003
Guest Michele Gerbrandt demonstrates a weaving technique to create the look of a hand-tinted black and white photo. Guest Michelle Ross makes an unusual kimono wall hanging from polymer clay, rubber stamps, paint, ink and bead embellishments.

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714 :11x49 - Dishtowel Doll, Festival Artist, Shimmery Glimmery Craft Powders

Nov/05/2003
Guest Jeen Brown shows a fun way to make a scarecrow doll out of dishtowels. Downtown Lafayette, Louisiana comes alive once a year for the annual Festival International de Louisiane. At the festival, The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Suzanne Juneau, one of the many artists exhibiting her wares at the Festival International de Louisiane, who has been making jewelry for 25 years. Barbara DiClemente explains the difference between interference powders and metallic powders, both of which can add shimmer and gorgeous color to projects.

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715 :11x50 - Stamped Metal Clay Pendant, Decorated Dining

Nov/06/2003
Guest Linda Bernstein uses a rubber stamp along with silver metal clay to create a stunning silver pendant. Guest Lynne Farris demonstrates painting techniques to give dinnerware a decorative edge.

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716 :11x51 - Woven Ribbon Pillows, Ceramist, Beaded Desk Accessories

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Guest Mary O'Neil fashions woven velvet ribbon pillows. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Ricky Maldonado, who shows how he's taken clay pot building to new heights. Teen crafter Lacey Oldham shows how to make decorative desk accessories using beads.

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717 :11x52 - No-Sew Leather Pillow, Masks, 3-D Garden Card, Videocassette Cover Book

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Guest Grace Taormina demonstrates how to make rich-hued pillows made from leather and suede scraps! The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on William Morris, one of the most original glass artists in America. Guest Judy Ritchie makes a dimensional, flower basket greeting card. Host Carol Duvall opens up the Shoebox to create a viewer project--a video cassette holder book.

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718 :11x53 - Torn Paper Tray, Japanese Tea Party

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Guest Gary Lord show demonstrates a technique that's part painting and part decoupage to add a funky look to a tv tray. Fran Farris makes hand-painted wooden Japanese dolls with paper kimonos as well as furniture to create a tea party scene.

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719 :11x54 - Glittery Window Clings, Collage Artist, Poly-Clay Mouse

Nov/12/2003
Guest Barbara Trombley makes attractive "stained glass" window clings using glitter, glue and plastic. The Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Romson Regarde Bustillo, a 27-year-old mixed-media artist who incorporates images of his family in his work. Guest Katherine Dewey shares a technique for creating a lifelike, polymer clay mouse.

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720 :11x55 - Folded Dinner Party, Mask Artist, Wearable Fabric Art

Nov/13/2003
Guest Kris Mason demonstrates how to make coordinated place settings by joining small squares of folded paper. The Carol Duvall Show camera crew focuses on John Flemming, who creates explosively colored masks out of leather. Host Carol Duvall talks about some products that allow you to have the fun of working with fabric without the need for fancy stitching!

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721 :11x56 - Stamped Wall Art, Paper Lampshades, Shrinking Watch Bands

Sep/26/2007
Potato Princess Mary O'Neil creates interesting wall hangings by stringing stamped cards together. Guest Karen Thomas uses a single sheet of decorative paper and some folding techniques to create a faux tortoise shell looking lampshade. Host Carol Duvall uses shrink plastic, a rubber stamp and chalk shading to transform an old watch into a wonderful fashion statement.

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722 :11x57 - Gilded Glass, Color Stamping, Play Center

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Guest Judy Balchin transforms a plain glass bottle into a Celtic treasure with the aid of a raised sheet of glass and a few sheets of gold leaf. Liz Sewald creates a colorful custom foam stamp for printing on a variety of surfaces. A plastic crate is host Carol Duvall's choice for a great portable play center.

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723 :11x58 - Dragonfly Brooch, Paper Embroidery Cards, Memento Books, Flower Cards

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Guest Emi Fukushima makes a beautiful dragonfly brooch out of polymer clay. Guest Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to spruce up any card by adding embroidery. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas for memento booklets and flower kaleidoscope cards.

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724 :11x59 - Painted Drapes, Kaleidoscope Artist, Canine Coats

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Guest Michelle Newman adds beautiful hand painted designs to inexpensive curtains. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Phil Coghill, an artist who creates kaleidoscopes using stained glass and soldering, fused and slumped glass, plus turned wood and metal. Host Carol Duvall shares techniques to make darling coats to keep the canine in your life warm and cozy.

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725 :11x60 - Scrapbooking, Enamel Beads, Window Treatment, Bath Salts, Beads

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Guest Paulette Jarvey shows how to make decorative photo corners and other techniques for dressing up scrapbook pages. If you think enamel bead making is difficult, think again. Guest Pam East creates beautiful beads using a small propane torch, flux (small mesh size) and the enamel (rock-candy size), cut copper tubing and a crock pot of vermiculite. Host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas from the Shoebox including an idea for a paper clip window treatment, bath salts and poly-clay embellished glass beads.

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726 :11x61 - Poinsettia Wreath, Holiday Boxes, Viewer Gift Bags, Snowmen & Snowflakes

Dec/11/2006
Guest Rosemary Carsello makes a poinsettia wreath with fabric, an embroidery hoop and theorem stencil. Pat DeSantis uses fabric, ribbon and trims to decorate gift boxes for the holidays. Carol Duvall goes into the festive Shoebox for holiday viewer ideas, including gift bags, snowmen and snowflakes.

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727 :11x62 - Cat & Fish Ornaments, Gingerbread House Container, Gifts on the Way

Dec/15/2006
Guest Becky Meverden demonstrates how to make an adorable Christmas globe ornament with a cat sitting on top and fish swimming inside. Guest Leila Steineckert creates adorable gingerbread house containers with brown mat board, glue, decorative paper and paint. If an occasion has arrived but the catalog-ordered gift hasn't, host Carol Duvall has several inspiring ways to wrap up the message that "The gift is on the way."

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728 :11x63 - Polymer Clay Garland, Hanukkah Ornaments

Dec/15/2006
Maureen Carlson makes candy replicas out of polymer clay and strings them together to make a lovely holiday garland. Guest Orna Willis makes a Hanukkah window hanging using gold wire mesh as a canvas for stitching traditional Hanukkah images (star, gold coins, menorah, dreidel).

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729 :11x64 - Metal Christmas Ornaments, Advent Calendar

Nov/22/2006
Guest Jana Ewy makes two unique metal Christmas ornaments. Guest Ana Araujo shows how to create a colorful Advent calendar with rubber stamps, art board and matchboxes.

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730 :11x65 - Holiday Gift Wrap, Ribbon Ornaments, Christmas Tree Card Holder

Dec/12/2006
Guest Sandi Genovese converts plain boxes into attractive can't-wait-to-open-it packages. Guest Helen Gibb makes elegant holiday ornaments and decorations out of ribbon. You'll be ready for those holiday cards to start pouring in after host Carol Duvall shows how to make this easy and affordable card holder.

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Season 12

731 :12x01 - Velvet Desk Set, Fibonacci Baskets, Shoebox: Birdhouses

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Guest Mary O'Neil creates a desk set that is sure to bring compliments from co-workers. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on Billie Ruth Sudduth, whose baskets are inspired by a mathematical structure of spiral growth found in nature. Then host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to find painted birdhouses by viewer Audrey Kopf.

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732 :12x02 - Rubber Stamped Glass, Blacksmith Artist, Clay Bunny & Giraffe

Jun/29/2004
Guest and glass painter Barry Freestone uses rubber stamps and glass painting techniques to decorate an art deco glass vase. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Elizabeth Brim, a blacksmith artist whose work looks more like fabric than metal. Then, guest Becky Meverden demonstrates the basics of polymer clay figurines as she makes a giraffe and bunny.

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733 :12x03 - Leather Journal, Ceramic Instruments, Tag Art

Jun/30/2004
Guest Sandi Genovese gives us a perfect way to take notes in a handmade leather journal. Next, the Carol Duvall Show travels to see Rob Mangum combine his passion for music with his craft. Then, guest Dee Gruenig demonstrates why tag art is so popular with stampers.

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734 :12x04 - Domino Box, I Love the Night-Light

Jul/01/2004
Guest Leila Steineckert shares a creative way to use a domino in an Oriental-style box. Then, host Carol Duvall makes a retro-style lamp.

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735 :12x05 - Slideshow Lampshade, Bronze Sculptures, Mini Book Box

Jul/02/2004
Host Carol Duvall recycles old slides into a custom lampshade. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit bronze scuptor Brant Kingman. Afterward, guest Michelle Ross transforms a small box into a miniature book.

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736 :12x06 - Pin Cushions on Pedestals, Ya/Ya, Shoebox

Jul/05/2004
Guest Jeen Brown demonstrates how to make pin cushions on pedestals. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras travel to New Orleans to visit an arts and social service youth organization. Then, host Carol Duvall shares viewer mail from the Shoebox.

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737 :12x07 - Mica Luminaria, Don't Throw That Away, Papier-Mache Game Box

Jul/06/2004
Guest Monica Heeren shapes sheets of Mica into a luminaria. Next, guest Michael Strong shares recycled crafts. Then, host Carol Duvall transforms a papier-mache box into an attractive holder for a deck of cards.

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738 :12x08 - Wire Art Painted Box, World Weaving Convention, New Craft Products

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Guest Chris Gluck decorates gift boxes with colorful paints and coated wire. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit a weaving convention. Afterward, host Carol Duvall talks about new craft products.

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739 :12x09 - Paper Purse A-Go-Go, Mica Tile Card, Shoebox: Pretty Hankies & Baby Bonnet

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Guest Karen Thomas folds her way to a functional purse created from decorative paper. Next, guest MaryJo McGraw makes a greeting card with Mica tiles. Then, host Carol Duvall makes lace-trimmed handkerchiefs and a baby bonnet.

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740 :12x10 - Etched Bottles, Paper Greenhouse

Jul/09/2004
Guest Jennifer Ferguson etches glass bottles and embellishes them with stenciled painting. Then, guest Michael Strong creates a variety of card stock plants and flowers.

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741 :12x11 - Terrific "Tile" Box, People Lamps, Pinwheel Plant Jewelry Stakes

Jul/12/2004
Guest Mary O'Neil demonstrates an easy stamping method to create faux tiles. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Bob Calton, who makes light fixtures that resemble people. Then, guest Jana Ewy fashions unusual pinwheel "jewelry" for plants.

Source: HGTV

742 :12x12 - Spice Tin Games, Kitchen Utensil Assemblage, Clay Ribbon Rose Mirror

Jul/13/2004
Guest Jane Beard makes a pocket game from a simple spice tin. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Joanne Hunot, an artist who recycles old kitchen utensils into wall art. Guest Ann Mitchell forms long strands of blended polymer clay into romantic ribbon roses and uses them to decorate a clay hand mirror.

Source: HGTV

743 :12x13 - Vest Explosion Cards, Art Brooms, Dimensional Wall Art, Shoebox: Cutting Lines

Jul/14/2004
Guest Suzanne McNeill dresses up greeting cards, fashioning a vest explosion card from paper and vellum. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Ralph and Marlow Gates, a father-and-son team that makes brooms. Then, guest Sandi Obertin demonstrates her take on dimensional wall art. Afterward, host Carol Duvall has a letter in the Shoebox from Jean Wood of Woolwine, Va., who shares her technique for cutting straight lines.

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744 :12x14 - Cool Clocks, Family Faces Photo Book

Jul/15/2004
Guest Sandi Reinke creates clocks out of bark, twigs, and decorative papers. Then guest Lynne Farris sews a simple stuffed scrapbook made of family pictures for a child.

Source: HGTV

745 :12x15 - Sponged Floor Cloth, Paper Doll Closet, Clothes & Hangers

Jul/16/2004
Guest Bunny DeLorie paints a faux marble floor cloth. Then, guest Mo Reinig makes magnetic paper dolls, plus clothes, hangers and a closet for them.

Source: HGTV

746 :12x16 - Polymer Clay Mosiacs, Scroll Saw Apples

Jul/19/2004
Guest Lisa Pavelka uses polymer clay to create a mosaic. Then, Guest Bunny DeLorie shows how to dress up a home with hand-cut and hand-painted wooden apples.

Source: HGTV

747 :12x17 - Lettered Wood, Beaded Sculpture, Needlecraft Kits

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Elegant lettering and woodcarving come together in a project by Ken Brown. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Lillian Todaro as she creates jewelry that could be considered beaded sculpture. Then, host Carol Duvall gathers some nifty new needlecraft kits.

Source: HGTV

748 :12x18 - Accordion Books, St. Elmo's Village, Flower Quilling

Jul/21/2004
Host Carol Duvall shows how to assemble an accordion book with envelopes and paper. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit a community whose passion for art is shared by all the residents. Then, guest Kim Kollert shares the traditional art of quilling flowers.

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749 :12x19 - Groovy Gourds, Stamped Pendant

Jul/22/2004
Guest Dorisanne Soyka decorates a gourd using leather dye for color and basic weaving to add sprigs of fresh herbs. Then, guest Mary Jo McGraw combines clay and stamped designs to create a unique and stylish pendant.

Source: HGTV

750 :12x20 - Millefiore Candles, Block Stamping Over Stencils, New Products

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Glasswork influences the world of candle decoration in this project from guest Vivian Peritts. Next, guest Lynell Harlow creates images using pigment inks, block stamps and brass stencils. Then, host Carol Duvall shows many types of kits that make it easy to try a new craft.

Source: HGTV

751 :12x21 - Velvet Ribbon Lampshade, Netsuke Artist, Transfer Bead & Bracelet

Jul/26/2004
Hot Potatoes' Mary O'Neil assembles a fabulous velvet embossed lampshade. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit artist Lynn Richardson, who transforms lumps of clay into miniature works of art. Afterward, guest Barbara McGuire uses polymer clay and a photo transfer technique to create beads and bracelets.

Source: HGTV

752 :12x22 - Butterfly Key Chain, Pop-Up Spinner Card, Shoebox: Variations

Jul/27/2004
Guest Becky Meverden makes a colorful polymer clay butterfly keychain. Next, guest Jane Beard assembles a pop-up spinner card. Then, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share viewer mail.

Source: HGTV

753 :12x23 - Rusted Shelf & Veggie Knobs, Faux Copper Switch Plate, Knitted Beaded Bracelet

Jul/28/2004
Guest Bunny DeLorie transforms wood and plaster into aged and rusted metals using faux finish techniques. Next, guest Vesta Abel adds a dimensional copper finish to an ordinary light switch plate. Then, host Carol Duvall combines knitting and beading into one great bracelet.

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754 :12x24 - Sculpted Paper Sun, Techno-Romantic Jewelry, Metal Wrapped Candles

Jul/29/2004
Guest Ron Feller makes a paper-sculpted sun for use as a decorative wall hanging or mask. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Thomas Mann as he makes jewelry with industrial esthetics. Then, host Carol Duvall demonstates how embellishments can transform candles into mini works of art.

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755 :12x25 - "Stained Glass" Lampshade, Sculptural Planters, DNA Spiral Bracelet

Jul/30/2004
Guest Ellie Joos adds color and verve to an ordinary lampshade with a faux stained glass technique. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Brad Pettigrew, who combines his love of ceramics with his passion for gardening. Then, guest Evette Potts brings a little science to crafting with a beaded bracelet that imitates the DNA spiral.

Source: HGTV

756 :12x26 - Faux Felted Feline, Enamel Jewelry, Shoebox: Mosaic Spool Tables

Aug/02/2004
Guest Sheila Haynes-Rauen makes a faux felt stuffed cat. Then, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Marianne Hunter as she creates one-of-a-kind enameled jewelry. Next, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share a viewer's mosaic patio furniture projects.

Source: HGTV

757 :12x27 - Stenciled Stepping Stone, Polygon Pop Card & Envelope

Aug/03/2004
Guest Bunny DeLorie brings stepping stones indoors with a faux treatment for tabletops and more. Then, guest Michael Strong shows how to create a flat greeting card which "pops up" into a 14-sided box, plus an envelope made especially to fit it.

Source: HGTV

758 :12x28 - Polymer Clay Bowl, Wire Hair People, Shoebox: Mini Scrapbooks

Aug/04/2004
Guest Linda Welsh makes a polymer clay bowl with a grapevine cascading over the sides. Next, guest Lauren Johnston combines colorful wire and rubber-stamping to create a greeting card. Then, Carol Duvall shares Melanie Leno's mini scrapbooking methods.

Source: HGTV

759 :12x29 - Crafty Recipes, Fused Glass Masks, Collaged Fruit

Aug/05/2004
Guest Alexa Lett mixes up some crafty concoctions to use with projects. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Sherry Forsen as she demonstrates how to create decorative hanging masks. Then, Dawn Ackerman demos how to make colorful collaged fruit pieces.

Source: HGTV

760 :12x30 - Mizuhiki Bracelet, Crafty New Products, Teacup Photo Holder

Aug/06/2004
Collecting and bending strands of mizuhiki cording, Karen Thomas fashions an adorable dangle bracelet. Next, host Carol Duvall pulls a new product together. Then, guest Lacey Oldham turns an antique teacup into a cup full of memories as she creates a photo holder.

Source: HGTV

761 :12x31 - Invitation Box, Metal Purse, Shoebox: Smart Tricks

Aug/09/2004
Invitations so fun and funky, you're going to want to throw a party just so you can use them! Next, guest Jana Ewy uses cardstock and embossed metal to make a unique evening bag. Then, host Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas from the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

762 :12x32 - Japanese Shadow Box, Stamped Director's Chair

Aug/10/2004
Guest Emi Fukushima shows how paper folding and cutting techniques can be used to create a Japanese-style shadow box. Then, guest Sandi Genovese makes her own stamps from foam and shows how to stamp on a fabric director's chair.

Source: HGTV

763 :12x33 - Carved Relief Box, Sticker Paper Collage, Hardware Cloth Basket

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The Carol Duvall Show visits with Kristy McNeil who is constructing and carving a Celtic treasure box from foam. Next, guest Jennifer Obertin demos a technique for making collage art. Afterward, host Carol Duvall will be making a basket for the table out of hardware cloth.

Source: HGTV

764 :12x34 - Antiquities From The Deep: Water Jug & Plaque, Naptime Cover-Up

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Guest Sandi Reinke transforms ordinary items into ancient treasures. Then, Carol Duvall shows how to make naptime a favorite time, when the kids have this fun pocketed quilt to sleep with.

Source: HGTV

765 :12x35 - Faux Batik Tees, Marriage In Glass, Beaded Spool Knitting

Aug/13/2004
Guest Vesta Abel uses a fabulous faux technique to decorate a T-shirt with the look of batik. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Rik and Shelley Allen a couple of glass artists. Then, Carol combines beading with spool knitting!

Source: HGTV

766 :12x36 - Festive Button Banner, Scrapbook Convention, New Craft Products

Aug/16/2004
Guest Ellie Joos demonstrates how to fashion a festive banner from felt, fusible web and buttons. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras go to the largest scrap booking convention in the country! Then, host Carol Duvall shares some fun and innovative items that are out on the market for crafters.

Source: HGTV

767 :12x37 - Ribbon Embellished Scarf, Bargello Paper "Quilt"

Aug/17/2004
Guest Helen Gibb demonstrates how she uses ribbon techniques to embellish a plain scarf. Then, guest Maryse Carrier takes inspiration from Italian Bargello quilts to create a paper wall hanging.

Source: HGTV

768 :12x38 - Hexagon Illusion Pages, Beaded Glass Roses

Aug/18/2004
Guest Michele Gerbrandt shows how shapes and paper choices can turn pages from flat to 3-D in no time. Then, guest Linda Welsh makes flowers bloom from tape and tiny glass beads.

Source: HGTV

769 :12x39 - Tussy Mussies, Stamped Acetate Diorama Cards, Shoebox: Jar Tops, Turtle

Aug/19/2004
Guest Pat DeSantis takes us back to Victorian times when she creates tussy mussies. Next, Paula Montgomery adds an alternative to a diorama card that still brings out the kid in all of us. Then host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share viewer mail.

Source: HGTV

770 :12x40 - Decorative Stemware, Table Bouquet

Aug/20/2004
Guest Lisa Pavelka dresses up a set of ordinary glass stemware with colorful polymer clay. Then, guest Jill A. Rinner shows how to create a stand-on-its-own scrapbook.

Source: HGTV

771 :12x41 - Painted Honey Bee Trivet, Cajun Wood Carver, Pop-Up Clown

Aug/23/2004
Guest Jennifer Ferguson makes custom trivets using paint, tile and drawer pulls. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit C.J. Knobloch, a woodcarver from southern Louisiana. Then, guest Barbara McGuire uses a variety of materials to make a pop-up clown doll.

Source: HGTV

772 :12x42 - Folded Square Pocket Card, Polymer Clay Tea Pot, Shoebox: Felt Dolls

Aug/24/2004
Guest Dee Gruenig makes a pocket greeting card that's great for gift giving. Next, Emi Fukushima creates a decorative teapot of polymer clay. Then, host Carol Duvall pulls nearly life-size dolls from the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

773 :12x43 - Paper Treasure Box, No-Sew Party Bow, Shoebox

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Guest Leila Steineckert demonstrates how to construct a paper treasure chest. Next, Candace Kling creates a fabulous satin bow that doesn't require any stitches. Then, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share viewer letters.

Source: HGTV

774 :12x44 - Tropical Flower Accent, Papier Mache Sculptures, Tooled Copper Frame

Aug/26/2004
Guest Lynne Farris creates soft sculpture anthurium flowers for tropical decor. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Dee Marcellus Cole. Then, host Carol Duvall embosses squares of copper sheets to hold a mirror or a favorite picture.

Source: HGTV

775 :12x45 - Placemat Projects, Metal Magic Butterfly, New Craft Books

Aug/27/2004
Guest Jeen Brown transforms place mats into a decorative pillow and travel accessory roll. Next, Toni Sweisford shares tricks for decorating metal. Then, host Carol Duvall talks about craft books.

Source: HGTV

776 :12x46 - Terra Cotta Clay Basket, CD Box, Remote Control 'Garage'

Aug/30/2004
Guest Ana Araujo makes a basket from terra cotta polymer clay. Next, guest Monica Heeren creates a cylinder box using junk mail CDs and metal. Then, host Carol Duvall comes up with a great way to keep up with all those remote controls.

Source: HGTV

777 :12x47 - Fiber Pendant, Wrap It Up, Envelope Gift Bag

Aug/31/2004
Guest Mary Jo McGraw uses a textured fabric to make a colorful pendant. Then, host Carol Duvall recycles everyday items into great giftwrap, including a mini gift bag made from an envelope.

Source: HGTV

778 :12x48 - Aliens And Their Pets, Ultimate Scrapbooking Room, Shoebox: Boxes & Cards

Sep/01/2004
Guest Chris Gluck makes aliens and their pets out of polymer clay. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Cathy Arnold for a tour of her amazingly organized scrapbook room. Afterward, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share viewer letters.

Source: HGTV

779 :12x49 - Polymer Clay Purse, Calligraphy Stencils

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Guest Lisa Pavelka creates an elegant purse out of polymer clay. Then, guest Ken Brown helps put handwriting on the wall with the aid of stencils.

Source: HGTV

780 :12x50 - Recycled Cabinet Door, Enamel-Look Jewelry, Shoebox: Mini Fabric Bags

Sep/03/2004
Guest Jennifer Ferguson recycles a cabinet door into a handsome mirrored door rack. Next, guest Vesta Abel creates the look of enamel in a pendant. Then, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share a craft by viewer Anne Fentress.

Source: HGTV

781 :12x51 - Faux Stained Glass Balloons, Beaded Baskets, Embossed Velvet Mobile

Sep/06/2004
Guest Barry Freestone paints layers of glass sheets to create a hot-air balloon lift-off scene. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Linda Sorem, who creates sculptural baskets. Then, guest Mary O'Neil creates a mobile from embossed velvet stars.

Source: HGTV

782 :12x52 - Moroccan Mirror, Wish Upon A Star Card

Sep/07/2004
Guest Kristy McNeil shows how to make a mirror accent piece from craft foam. Then, guest Sandi Obertin makes an unique dimensional greeting card.

Source: HGTV

783 :12x53 - Cat Garden Flag, Etched Glass Artist, Pocket Gift Bags

Sep/08/2004
Guest Sheila Haynes-Rauen creates a beautiful floral banner. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Alone Larsen who etches various vessels such as vases, goblets and bowls. Then, guest Debi Holzer adds a cute touch to gift bags by adding a back pocket from a pair of blue jeans.

Source: HGTV

784 :12x54 - Photo Mosaic Scrapbook Page, Colored Aluminum Sculpture, Beaded Room Divider

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Guest Michele Gerbrandt re-creates mosaic classic designs. The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Rich Peterson, who creates colorful sculptures made of aluminum. Then, guest Ellen Allan makes a gorgeous room divider using more than 2,000 beads.

Source: HGTV

785 :12x55 - Repetitive Punch Art, Felted Wall Sculpture, Painted Napkins

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Guest Vivian Peritts shares punch art techniques. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Chad Alice Hagen, who has been working with hand-felted merino wool for more than 15 years. Then, Lynell Harlow creates one-of-a kind, painted napkins using oil paints and a masking technique.

Source: HGTV

786 :12x56 - Clay Fabric Lampshade, Envelope Book/Card

Sep/13/2004
Guest Karen Mitchell creates a lampshade featuring liquid polymer clay infused with fabric. Then, Cindy Johnson shows how to make an envelope book.

Source: HGTV

787 :12x57 - Beaded Flowers, Kinetic Sculpture, Fabric Box

Sep/14/2004
Guest Suzanne McNeill shares simple techniques that guarantee beautiful bouquets. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Art Shirer, who fashions kinetic sculpture out of mild steel. Then, guest Sharon Kennedy, constructs a fabric-covered gift box.

Source: HGTV

788 :12x58 - Paper Lion Mask, Elevate Your Scrapbook, Clay Coasters

Sep/15/2004
Guest Ron Feller shows how to make a lion mask out of paper. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras bring back ideas from the Great American Scrapbook Convention. Afterward, guest Michelle Ross creates cool coasters.

Source: HGTV

789 :12x59 - Book In A Box, Canvas Sheet Plastic Purse

Sep/16/2004
Guest Karen Thomas creates a miniature art book and a handmade box. Then, guest Carole Rodgers makes a purse from plastic canvas and yarn.

Source: HGTV

790 :12x60 - Floral Swag, Recipes for Glue, Shoebox: Adapted Crafts

Sep/17/2004
Guest Barbara Trombley creates a floral swag with extra glittery sparkle. Alexa Lett shares recipes for various kinds of homemade glue. Then, host Carol Duvall shares viewer letters from the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

791 :12x61 - Glitter Eggs, Easter Figure Piping

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Guest Barbara Trombley makes faux Faberge eggs with glitter and jewelry findings. Then, guest and frosting wizard Barbara Green shares the basics of figure piping as she creates sweet goodies for Easter.

Source: HGTV

792 :12x62 - Carved Goose Egg, Decorating Sugar Cookies, Royal Icing

Apr/09/2004
Guest Lisa Pavelka hand carves a floral pattern onto an egg using a rotary tool. Then, guest Barbara Green works with fondant and sugar molds to make spring cookies that are too beautiful to eat.

Source: HGTV

793 :12x63 - Ribbon Flower Brooch, Art Kites, Shoebox

Mar/22/2005
Guest Helen Gibb creates colorful ribbon flower brooches. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Joann Weber, who makes large colorful kites. Then, host Carol Duvall reaches into the Shoebox to share viewer mail.

Source: HGTV

794 :12x64 - Porcelain-Look Butterflies, Birdhouses, Gel Candles

Mar/23/2005
Host Carol Duvall uses air-dry paper clay and rubber stamps to create a large butterfly that looks like porcelain. Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit birdhouse artist Kathryn Arnett. Then, guest Cheryl Ball brings new life to candlemaking with two simple gel candle projects.

Source: HGTV

795 :12x65 - Pretty Patio Lantern Lights, Place Mat Hula Tote

Mar/21/2005
Guest Maryse Carrier demonstrates how to use die-cut cardstock boxes and paper streamers to make unusual patio lights. Then, host Carol Duvall makes a delightful tote bag from a woven place mat.

Source: HGTV

Season 13

796 :13x01 - Velvet Wall Frame, Japanese Art, Folded Flower Journal Set

Mar/09/2007
Mary O'Neil, the Velvet Vamp, is back, showing us how to surround our loved ones--or, their photos--with velvet elegance. Then meet Cheryl Constantini and Mikio Matsumoto, two potters who combine their talents to create vases with unique international flare. Finally, Kris Mason turns paper folding into a floral affair, creating a pen and journal set from folded elements that resemble a flower.

Source: HGTV

797 :13x02 - Cropped Photo Frames, Polymer Clay Leaf Mask

Oct/19/2007
Michele Gerbrandt shares tips and tricks for adding impact to memory book pages by using your photos as frames for the same snapshots. Then you won't "be-leaf" it when you see how fun and easy it is to make Anne Igou's polymer clay Mardi Gras-style leaf masks.

Source: HGTV

798 :13x03 - Mizuhiki CD Pin, Iridescent Glazed Vase, Themed Kaleidoscope, Bleach Party

Mar/19/2007
First, Karen Thomas turns a CD into a fashionable pin using tape, jewels, and Mizuhiki paper cord. Then Cheryl Ball transforms a resin vase into a shimmering vessel beautiful enough for any room in the house. Next, meet two West Coast artists who create kaleidoscopes with fanciful themes. Finally, join Carol for a "bleach party" and learn a fun, surprising new way to use your rubber stamps.


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799 :13x04 - Faux Chenille Sun, Dogwoods & Lace

Mar/13/2007
Ellen Allen sews layers of wool felt to create a faux chenille sun rug. Then Priscilla Hauser makes painting easy, this time showing us how to make simple dogwood blooms and Queen Anne's lace with a very special brush.

Source: HGTV

800 :13x05 - Embossed Scrapbooks, Instant Beaded Lilies, Shoebox: Using Papers

Mar/20/2007
Sandi Genovese gives us two great ways to incorporate the classic look of embossing into our scrapbooks--one using brass stencils and the other using die-cuts to create a faux embossed look. Then, Linda Welsh shares a snappy way to make beautiful beaded lilies--just snip and dip! Finally, Carol peeks into the Shoebox for some clever uses for envelope liners and decorative paper.


Source: HGTV

801 :13x06 - Painted Mosaic Tray, Wacky Woman Pins, Shoebox: Faux Saddle Oxfords

Mar/14/2007
Mickey Baskett transforms an ordinary tray into something worth talking about using easy mosaic painting techniques. Then Michelle Ross makes "wacky woman" pins from polymer clay, wire, and embroidery floss. Finally, Carol peeks into the Shoebox to share a viewer's idea for creating saddle oxfords for kids.

Source: HGTV

802 :13x07 - Falling Down Sewing Kit, The Japan Book

Oct/12/2007
Carol shares how to make a clever yet compact container with sides that 'fall down' when you open it to reveal an entire sewing kit--or whatever you want to fill it with. Then Karen Thomas brings Japan to us in a handmade book perfect for collecting thoughts or passing on as a gift.

Source: HGTV

803 :13x08 - Incredible Inedible Cake, Travel Wall Sculptures, Easy Patterned Paper, Calling Cards

Mar/15/2007
Rosemary Carsello makes a "fake cake" tabletop decoration that can also be used as a keepsake storage vessel. Then meet Stephen Shubert, a West Coast wood artist who fashions travel-themed wall sculptures. Then Grace Taormina creates easy patterned paper with stencils and stamps. Finally, Carol shares some impressive hand-decorated calling cards so handy to use when you bump into old friends or make new ones.

Source: HGTV

804 :13x09 - Cozy Hot Water Bottle Covers, Ceramic Tea Pots, Marvelous Products

Mar/22/2007
Jeen Brown makes adorable chenille covers that can be used to cover hot water bottles and therapeutic heat packs. Then meet Joan Takayama-Ogawa, whose colorful ceramic tea pots are influenced by Japanese style. Finally, Carol shares marvelous new crafting products like a stamp organizer, stickers, a photo cub printing kit, and do-it-yourself chenille strips.

Source: HGTV

805 :13x10 - A-Lure-Ing Jewelry, Abstract Paper Wall Sculptures, Fabulous Foil Techniques, Shoebox

Mar/16/2007
Ana Araujo shares how to make a bracelet guaranteed to "reel" in the compliments--it's made of fishing lures and is simply adorable! Then meet Martha Chatelain, an artist who creates her own paper and uses it to fashion abstract wall hangings. Next, guest Debba Haupert shows us fabulous foil techniques that are sure to add shine to your home. Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox for some "thank you" ideas and polymer clay pendants.

Source: HGTV

806 :13x11 - Magic Pop-Up Cards, Textured Leaf Necklace, Animal Gourd Masks

Mar/23/2007
Michael Strong shows how to construct his latest magic pop-up cards with a shadow box opening that is perfect for displaying a photo inside the card. Then meet Jeanne Ames, a San Diego chiropractor who makes fanciful animal masks from gourds. Finally, Barbara McGuire uses polymer clay to fashion a striking textured leaf necklace.

Source: HGTV

807 :13x12 - Retro Revisited, Mosaic Flower Pots, Undersea Gourd, Shoebox: Stenciled Fan & Easy Doll Underwear

Jan/03/2005
Remember bark cloth from the 1950s and '60s? Mary O'Neil creates her own version of the upholstery cloth that is making a comeback these days. Then meet Zoey Morrow, a youthful Santa Barbara artist who fashions her own tiles and then uses them to create beautiful mosaic flowerpots. Next, Bunny DeLorie makes gourds downright fishy with the aid of a wood burner and creates beautiful seascapes using the gourd as the canvas. Finally, Carol digs into the Shoebox for an idea for ceiling fan blades and easy doll underwear.

Source: HGTV

808 :13x13 - Embossed-A-Pasta Beads, Flat Glass Plates, Brass Stencil Pop-Up Cards

Jan/04/2005
Vesta Abel decorates pasta shapes with embossing powder and uses them to embellish a variety of items, such as boxes and candles. Then meet Andra Duree Martin, an artist who fuses glass to create designer plates with humorous food themes. Finally, bring a whole new dimension to handmade greetings with Jerry Stevens' ideas for how to use ordinary brass stencils to make pop-up cards.

Source: HGTV

809 :13x14 - Wrapped Votive Luminaria, Soft Sculpture Dolls, Gold Stamped Beads

Jan/05/2005
Simplicity and sophistication come together in an Asian-influenced candle luminaria created by Karen Thomas. Then meet Jane Darin, a dollmaker whose colorful soft sculpture dolls are loved by people of all ages. Rebecca Krahula adds an elegant gold stamped design to glass beads and uses them to make a gorgeous bracelet.

Source: HGTV

810 :13x15 - Stamped CD Clock, Wire Desk Accessories

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Evette Potts shows that creativity is not limited to any canvas when she stamps on a recycled CD and converts it into a clock. Then Carol uses hardware cloth to create a coordinated desk set, including a desktop bulletin board, several different picture frames, a CD holder, writing center, and much more.

Source: HGTV

811 :13x16 - Leather Memory Album, Terra Cotta Zebra Plant Stand

Jan/07/2005
Kari Lee transfers an image to leather and then uses it to decorate a memory album. Then join us on a trip to the terra cotta zoo! Kriss Weber builds a zebra plant stand out of terra cotta pots.


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812 :13x17 - Decorated Lampshades & Lamps, Illusion Paper Quilt

Oct/05/2007
First Sandi Reinke uses a variety of items to decorate lampshades and a lamp. Then Vivian Peritts crafts a paper quilt with a "building block" pattern. You just can't look at the result the same way twice.

Source: HGTV

813 :13x18 - Pet Beds, Computer Crafting, Shoebox: Scented Embossing & Tie Vests

Jan/11/2005
Pat DeSantis makes a custom pet bed with a fabric cover that's perfect for any dog or cat. Then Tami Peterson uses everything from fabric to wood veneer and a computer printer to expand home decorating possibilities. Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox for scented embossing powders and a new use for old ties.

Source: HGTV

814 :13x19 - Novelty Wooden Frames, Pueblo Style Pottery, Asian Style Box

Jan/12/2005
Make sure your pictures are surrounded by fun and funky frames! Grace Taormina creates a whimsical frame with stamps, stencils, and paint. Then meet Susan Folwell, a Southwestern potter who carries on family traditions with incredible Pueblo-styled ceramics. Finally, Emi Fukushima uses Japanese-style paper, clay, and a variety of embellishments to decorate a wooden box.

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815 :13x20 - Acrylic Tags, Linked Floor Lamp, Shoebox: Pen Bead Holders

Jan/13/2005
Dee Gruenig shows how to stamp on a durable acrylic luggage tag. Then Cheri VanBynen creates a contemporary addition to the home--a lampshade for a floor lamp made from linked vellum "tiles." Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox for some recycling ideas for turning old pens into bead savers.

Source: HGTV

816 :13x21 - Wearable Ribbon Art, Victorian Folded Frames, Shoebox: Young Viewer Ideas

Jan/14/2005
Is your wardrobe getting stale? Mary O'Neil shows how to add a fresh twist with embossed velvet. Then Kris Mason folds lacey paper doilies to take a photo frame from plain to Victorian. Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox to share some beaded pens and punched tape borders--both ideas from young viewers.

Source: HGTV

817 :13x22 - Polymer Clay Maraca, Tapestry Weaving, Nightlight Cup "Lampshade"

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First, Donna Kato creates a terrific maraca out of polymer clay. Then meet Monique Lehman, a master artist who "paints" with fiber, creating fine-art pictures by loom weaving. Finally, Lacey Oldham shows how to turn a plastic cup and into a nightlight "lampshade."

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818 :13x23 - Fancy Frames, Miniature Hardwood Paintings, Covering Your Scrapbook, Shoebox: Notecards & Foam Pins

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Jana Ewy demonstrates a technique that alters the look of embossing metal to create fancy, funky metallic frames. Then meet Michael Crook, a master woodworker who creates whimsical wooden paintings of pets and animals. Next, for all of you scrapbookers out there who spend so much effort on the inside of your scrapbooks, listen up! What about the outside? Robert Hough decorates scrapbook covers with stamps and ribbon. Finally, Carol delves into the Shoebox for some notecards made of calendars and scrapbook paper, plus pins made of punched art foam.

Source: HGTV

819 :13x24 - Boy & Girl Face Boxes, Aquatic Ceramics, Beaded Fabric Coasters

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Leila Steineckert assembles adorable character face boxes that can be used as place cards or gift boxes. Then meet Doug Snider and see where surfing and ceramics meet--with a clay craftsman who specializes in aquatic themes. Finally, Carol makes beaded fabric coasters. You don't have to be an accomplished seamstress to stitch up this elegant set of coasters--just add a little sparkle with tiny holeless glass beads.

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820 :13x25 - Faux Dichroic Glass, Ship Sculptures, CD Photo Wall Hanging

Sep/28/2007
Suze Weingerg shows how to create unique jewelry pieces that resemble dichroic glass. Then meet John Taylor, a talented businessman who designs historical model ships out of recycled wood. Finally, Carol knows what to do with all those "junk" CD's you get in the mail. With a craft knife, some paint, and a favorite photo, you've got the makings of a special holiday ornament or an everyday wall hanging.

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821 :13x26 - Stained Wooden Bench, Still Life In Glass, Apron Cookbook

Jan/20/2005
Barbara DiClemente gives us pointers on using wood stain markers and rub-ons to create a colorful bench. Then meet Lucy Chamberlain, a West Coast student turned master craftsman who creates amazing glass sculptures. Finally, Carol creates an apron cookbook to organize and share recipes using sturdy craft plastic and clothesline wire.

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822 :13x27 - Moveable Monkey Scrapbook Page, Caricature Clay Figures, Pyramid Box and Card

Unaired
Suzanne McNeill shows how eyelets can be used to incorporate movement into scrapbook pages. Then meet Melanie Wynne Waldman, a young West Coast artist who creates whimsical and life-like caricature clay figures. Finally, Karen Thomas folds her way to a pyramid-shaped gift box--and then folds the card contained within it.

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823 :13x28 - Ribbonwork Tray, Clay Ladybug Pot Pal

Jan/25/2005
Helen Gibb combines acrylic sheets, hardware, and ribbon to make an attractive tray. Then Becky Meverden decorates a plain terra cotta pot with an adorable polymer clay ladybug--the perfect decoration for a housewarming plant!


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824 :13x29 - Love Letter Box, Embossed Garden Tin, Shoebox: Hairband Holder

Feb/09/2007
Jane Beard shares how to turn a stack of old envelopes into a beautiful "Love Letter" trinket holder with a few nips and tucks. Then Ann Mitchell helps us dress up garden tins and buckets with sheets of embossed metal coated with tinted liquid polymer clay. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox for making a hair-elastics holder with wire coat hangers.

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825 :13x30 - Brass Evening Bag, Porcelain Tile Wall Vases, Rubber Stamped Weaving

Jan/27/2005
Wendy Krebs creates a beautiful purse that features a piece of brass mesh enhanced with needlepoint stitches. Then meet Diana Crain, a California artist fashions wall vases from painted clay. Finally, Carol creates a rubber-stamped weaving with a twist--literally!

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826 :13x31 - Photo Memory Box, Totes-R-Us

Jan/28/2005
Lisa Pavelka transforms an ordinary photo box into a decorative memory box using polymer clay and photos. Then Mary O'Neil shares two simple tote bag ideas to share for all you crafters who have supplies to cart around.

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827 :13x32 - Silver Clay Punch Pendant, Door Frame Figures, Computer-Crafted Bookmarks

Jan/31/2005
Donna Kato uses paper punches and silver clay to create a stunning pendant. Then Maryse Carrier shows how to create whimsical figures that sit atop a doorframe, decorated with rubber stamping techniques. Finally, Carol uses the computer to craft a bookmark to include the next time you give a book as a gift.

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828 :13x33 - Blackboard Embellishments, Embossing Powder Paper, Shoebox: Silhouette Cards & Sock Monkeys

Feb/01/2005
Maureen Carlson creates whimsical embellishments for a colorful fish-themed blackboard. Then Vesta Abel makes colorful marbled paper out of melted embossing powder and uses it to decorate a box. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox to share some notecards made with silhouetted heads decorated with authentic African fabrics and some more sock monkeys.

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829 :13x34 - Party Table Decor, Breakfast Tray

Sep/07/2007
Sandi Reinke creates a festive tropical feeling with easy-to-make party tableware and decorations. Then Jennifer Ferguson shows how to build a breakfast tray and decorate it with a French-country rooster design.

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830 :13x35 - Metal Bracelets, Spool People, New Craft Books

Feb/03/2005
Jana Ewy transforms strips of embossing metal into fashionable bangle and cuff bracelets. Then we return to general crafting when Ana Araujo visits and shows us how to make dolls from spools. Best of all, they help you keep up with your sewing accessories. Finally Carol shares some wonderful new craft books that caught her eye.


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831 :13x36 - Center(piece) of Attention, Soft Sculpture Dolls

Feb/04/2005
Leave it to Sandi Genovese to be the center of attention--at least her table decorations are. She shares how to create fantastic scenes for parties with the help of die-cut machines. Then meet Roxann Abilogu, a doll artist who creates a wonderful soft sculpture doll.

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832 :13x37 - Metallic Painted Canister Set, Seasonal/Snowman Lampshade, Carmen Miranda Toaster Cover

Unaired
Anita Rosenberg shows how to use metallic paints to decorate a set of canisters. Then Lorie Jacobs shows how to dress up a lampshade that can be changed for every season. Finally Carol shares how to dress up the toaster with a wooden senorita, complete with a basket of fruit on her head. Her gathered fabric skirt hides the toaster, and the smile on the senorita's face is a great way to start the day.

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833 :13x38 - Humpty Dumpty Clay Pen, Ladder Stitch Bead Bracelet

Feb/08/2005
Becky Meverden shows how to create storybook pens with polymer clay, and Evette Potts teaches the "ladder stitch" and helps us bead our way to an elegant bracelet.

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834 :13x39 - Ir-resistable Sponge Patterns, Recycled Paper Vessels, Teddy Head

Feb/09/2005
Dee Gruenig shows how to get an irresistible look with sponges and resist ink. Then meet Ellen Jantzen, an environmentally concerned artist who recycles paper to create unique organic sculptures. Finally, shake, rattle and roll with Lynne Farris as she uses hand-made stuffed teddy bear heads to enhance baby gifts, including socks that rattle.

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835 :13x40 - Dishtowel Valance, Recycled Bottle Fish Mobile

Feb/10/2005
Jeen Brown uses coordinating dishtowels to make a valance and matching kitchen accessories. Then Cheri VanBynen makes a flying tropical fish mobile by recycling a two-liter soda bottle to look like hand-blown glass.

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836 :13x41 - Mini Clay Matchbox Dresser, Crackled Art Print

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Lisa Pavelka shows us how to make a miniature dresser out of polymer clay and matchboxes. Then Bunny DeLorie shows us how to add the look of priceless antiques to your home for pennies. Watch as she creates a faux aged print from transfers and crackle medium.

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837 :13x42 - Stamped Paper Mosaics, Old World Italian Glass, Metal Tag Charm Bracelet

Unaired
Maryse Carrier creates tiled paper projects by using a sheet of sticker squares that she stamps a design onto. Then meet Caleb Siemon, a talented young artist who handcrafts incredible glass vessels using Renaissance techniques. Finally, Carol shows a great way to make 'charming' round metal tag bracelets using kids' school pictures, craft punches and glitzy sticker paper.

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838 :13x43 - Pears In The Kitchen, Perpetual Special Events Calendar, Shoebox: Faux Fireplace & Note Cards

Feb/15/2005
Priscilla Hauser teaches us to paint luscious pears on fabric as one of many decorative touches for our kitchens. Then Carol shares how to make a perpetual special events calendar decorated with stickers and rubber stamps. Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox to share a faux fireplace made of corrugated cardboard and note cards that utilize pretty pictures cut from magazines.

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839 :13x44 - Market Umbrella Chairs, Faux Chenille Bedding, Kinetic Mobile Sculptures

Feb/16/2005
Jennifer Ferguson decorates a plain canvas umbrella and chairs with a vibrant garden design perfect for a patio. Then meet Tim Rose, a San Francisco artist who fashions abstract-themed mobiles. Finally, Vivian Peritts helps bedding go retro with the added fun and fuzz of faux chenille.

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840 :13x45 - Melting Shrink Shapes, Flowerpot Pen Holder

Feb/17/2005
First Linda Welsh assembles an adorable mini-flowerpot pen set with the cutest bee you'll ever see--all from polymer clay! Then Suze Weinberg creates unique embellishments for cards using shrink plastic, dye-based ink, and embossing powder.

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841 :13x46 - Emergency Mini Kits, Little Black Page, Wood Sculpting, Mini Yarn or Ribbon Posies

Unaired
First Lacey Oldham creates emergency mini kits out of film canisters and ribbon. Then Michele Gerbrandt shows how classic elements like "the little black page" can be used with new tricks to get dynamic looks for scrapbook pages. Next, meet Victor DiNovi, a master craftsman who takes furniture design to new heights. His secret? Sculpting wood organically. Finally, Carols shares how to make mini posies out of yarn, fibers or ribbon.

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842 :13x47 - Personalized Journals, Organic Bronze Sculpting, Felted Purses

Feb/21/2005
Lynne Farris cooks up a handsome personalized journal with just a few strokes of the keyboard. It's fun with computer crafting. Then meet Justin Snow, an innovative metal sculptor who gives ancient bronze the modern treatment. Finally, Carol shows how to knit a simple little purse and then wash it into a beautifully felted bag.

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843 :13x48 - Various Vellum Tricks, Photocopy Transfer Pendant

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First Suzanne McNeill shows several vellum tricks to use when creating scrapbook pages. Then Rebecca Krahula uses a simple photocopy transfer technique to make a gorgeous polymer clay pendant.

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844 :13x49 - Tag-A-Long Projects, Clay & Leather Lampshade Purse, Shoebox: Embossed Countertop Sample Pendants

Feb/23/2005
Tag along with us as Jane Beard changes plain gift tags into something fun and funky using stamps and tape. Easy indeed! Then Barbara McGuire combines polymer clay, leather, and a small lampshade to create a wonderful purse. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox to share another great viewer idea: using home improvement store countertop samples to make embossed pendants.

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845 :13x50 - Signature Book, Stamped Leather Footstool

Feb/24/2005
First Karen Thomas shows us a simple way to make a small memento book with pages made from delicate Japanese kozo papers. Then Kari Lee stamps and decorates leather and uses it to upholster a footstool.

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846 :13x51 - Mica Party Lights, Velvet Recipe Book, Beaded Dog Tag Necklace

Feb/25/2005
Monica Hereen uses white lights, mica, and wire to create a string of party lights that suggest the arts and crafts era. Then Mary O'Neil shows us the ingredients for a beautiful embossed velvet recipe book. Finally, Carol brings two popular craft items--rhinestones and metal dog tags--together in a quick project. Personalize a plain dog tag necklace with your favorite someone's initial done in rhinestones. From 'plain' to 'pizzazz' in an afternoon.

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847 :13x52 - Creative Soap Making, Miniatures Artist, Dimensional Fabric Cards

Mar/09/2004
Joanne Soltis shares clever techniques for creating interesting and colorful effects with soap. Then meet Gene Gill, an art-teacher-turned-artist who transforms great landmarks from around the globe into amazing miniatures. Finally, something different—a viewer gets in on the fun and shows Carol how to really make an impression with cards decorated with raised fabric to create dimensional leaves.

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848 :13x53 - Wild Wall Clock, Arashi-Shibori Papers, Shoebox: Notecard/Envelope Combo

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It's a contemporary-looking clock that borrows from the past; faux stained glass gets funky in the hands of Vivian Peritts. Then Bobbi Richards shows us the art of Arashi (uh-RAH-she) Shibori-- a Japanese style of paper dyeing. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox to share a viewer's idea for a notecard/envelope combo made from one sheet of paper.

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849 :13x54 - Dyed Ribbon Flowers, Mud Cloth Art

Mar/11/2004
First Helen Gibb shows us different techniques for hand-dyeing ribbon and then uses the dyed ribbon to make beautiful flowers and leaves. Then bring a little world culture into your home—Sharon Grier teaches us how to make African mud cloth appliques.

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850 :13x55 - Chili Pepper Wreath, Textural Construction Shields, Paper Punch Garment Embellishments

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It's a hot time on the old craft show today! Lynne Farris demonstrates how easy it is to turn twisted paper into what looks like a dried chili pepper wreath. Then see how texture and form find new expression in the 3-D art of an amazing construction painter, Rufus Snoddy. Finally, paper punch your heart out with Lynn Krucke who uses punches and freezer paper to embellish garments.


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851 :13x56 - Tag Art Scrapbooking, Humorous Resin Sculpture/Paintings, Spiral Cane Clay Pendant

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First Michele Gerbrandt shows us that tags aren't just for rubber stampers anymore—they can also be perfect mats for photos and journaling spaces in scrapbooks. Then meet Roark Gourlet, a renowned sculptor who designs humorous and inventive 3-D paintings from resin. Finally, Donna Kato uses polymer clay to create a beautiful pendant.

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852 :13x57 - Fabulous Fountains, Tapestry Weaving, Easy Home Accessories

Mar/16/2004
Bring the soothing sound of running water into your hectic life when Mickey Baskett builds a fabulous fountain. Then meet Bill Rafnel, a retired weaver who keeps busy by creating large-scale wall hangings with an inspired touch. Finally Pat DeSantis uses easy and clever techniques for making accent curtains with matching pillows.

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853 :13x58 - Gift Card Box, Antiqued Faux Cameo

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Efficiency is the key in this project. Guest Leila Steineckert creates fun gift boxes that double as cards! Then Michelle Ross shows a unique way to transfer images to polymer clay that resemble cameos; then she shows how to use these "cameos" to create a bracelet.

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854 :13x59 - Hardware Cloth Silverware Holder, Backyard Mosaics

Sep/14/2007
Efficiency is the key in this project. Guest Leila Steineckert creates fun gift boxes that double as cards! Then Michelle Ross shows a unique way to transfer images to polymer clay that resemble cameos; then she shows how to use these "cameos" to create a bracelet.

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855 :13x60 - Simple Backgrounds, Bow Tie Necklace, Shoebox:Homemade Light Box, Cardboard Designs

Mar/19/2004
Michael Strong creates unique background designs for cards with rubber bands and wax paper. Then Karen Mitchell creates a necklace comprised of bow tie shapes from polymer clay. Finally host Carol Duvall shares some tips for making an easy light box and making animals and other art from corrugated cardboard.

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856 :13x61 - Creative Collage, New Products, Micro Porcelain Pots, Shoebox: Tile Recipe Holder

Unaired
Robert Hough shares some creative collage tips that can be applied to almost anything in your home using stamps, embossing powder, and imagination. Then host Carol Duvall shares fun new products that are on the market. Afterward, meet Andrea Fabrega, a ceramic artist whose steady hand and careful eye create pottery on a tiny scale. Finally Carol opens the Shoebox to share a viewer's painted and rubber-stamped ceramic tile recipe holder.

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857 :13x62 - Paper Weaving, Sculpted Wooden Vessels, Jungle Mates

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Vivian Peritts weaves strips of paper with threads and ribbon to create beautiful backdrops for photos in scrapbooks. Then meet Gary Stevens, a construction worker who creates imaginative wooden bowls—with a chainsaw! Finally Wendy Krebs creates a decorative wall hanging called features several embroidery stitches.

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858 :13x63 - Straw & Paper Beads, Theorem Paper Dolls, Crossword Cross Stitch, Shoebox:Yarn Doll

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Emi Fukushima combines paper and straws to make beautiful jewelry. Then Rosemary Carsello creates whimsical paper dolls using a classic theorem stencil technique. Next, Carol shares a fun cross-stitch project to decorate the front of that special family photo album or frame it and hang it on the wall. Create a crossword puzzle out of your family names and then stitch them up. Finally, Carol opens the Shoebox to share a viewer's idea for a darling angel yarn doll.

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859 :13x64 - Miniature Garden Scene, Muffin Tin Collage

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Maureen Carlson creates a miniature "fairy" garden scene out of polymer clay. Then JoAnne Hunot shares wonderful ideas on how to turn the contents of that drawer into a neat muffin tin collage.

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860 :13x65 - "Beary" Cute Bundles, Woven Metal Constructions, Faux Limestone & Marble Table

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Lorie Jacobs embosses paper and vellum to create a design perfect for celebrating the arrival of a new baby into the family. Then meet Susan McGehee, a weaver who uses metal instead of fiber to create futuristic woven sculptures. Finally, get the look of real marble and limestone with easy rub-on tips from Barbara DiClemente.

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Season 14

861 :14x01 - Silhouette Votives, Pop License Art, Felted Booties

Unaired
Mary O'Neil adds a little light to our lives with candleholders that illuminate beautifully and softly through colored vellum. Then, meet a young artist who creates Americana pop art from license plates. Finally, Ellen Allan uses wool felt to create adorable baby booties.

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862 :14x02 - Polymer Clay Cabochon Necklace, Clown Clock

Feb/24/2004
Lisa Pavelka uses polymer clay to create a cabochon necklace with an intricate flower design. Then Pam Hawkins shows how to create a cute clown clock by painting and adorning a wood clock base. It's perfect for any kids room.

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863 :14x03 - Sweater Ducks For Baby, Secret Message Money Fold

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Using a recycled sweater, Lynne Foster shows how easy it is to create soft, fuzzy "sweater ducks" your baby will love. Then Suzanne McNeill shows how to give the gift of money by folding dollar bills to hold secret messages.

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864 :14x04 - Leather Throw Pillow, Mini Travel Organizer

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Kari Lee uses rubber stamps and decorative punches to create a handsome leather pillow. When you're on vacation, it's essential to be organized! Jane Beard engineers a mini travel organizer that holds your ID, boarding pass, maps and receipts.

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865 :14x05 - Victorian Sugar Shade, Exotic Art Boxes, Shoebox: Easter Eggs, Cards

Apr/05/2004
Laure'l Silverberg creates an heirloom-quality Victorian-era lampshade. Then see the intricately carved designs crafted into amazing works of art by a master wood artist. Finally look into the Shoebox: Carol shares a beautiful Easter egg tree from Irma Taylor of Wilmington, Del. Mary Belcher of North Richland, Tex., shared her crocheted eggs, and Jan Koepsell of Paonia, Col., sent in several note cards that also contain a gift.

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866 :14x06 - 3D Scrapbooking Box, Tissue Paper Tiles, New Books

Apr/14/2005
Barbara Trombley decorates a metal box and tins using glitter, fabric, and ribbon. And, most everyone has a need for refrigerator magnets. Why not follow Melissa Baldwin's instructions on how to make a cool magnet from tissue paper and tiles? Then Carol Duvall shows off a few of the latest and greatest titles from publishers featuring crafts from head to toe! From hand made shoes to leather crafts to the home...

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867 :14x07 - Grisaille Antiqued Clock, Fluid Ceramic Flowers, New Craft Products

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Rosemary Carsello stencils a grisaille scene, antiques it in an oven, and uses it to decorate a clock. Then meet a talented young woman who creates unique floral vessels out of clay. Carol shows off more innovations that will make your crafting easier and more exciting. Today, she's showing organizing systems, stickers, and exciting clip art for your computer.

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868 :14x08 - Dimensional Scrapbooking, Whimsical Foam Art, Little 9-Fold Hello Card

Mar/03/2004
Using paper punches, beads and more, Michele Gerbrandt shows how to add color, dimension and texture to your scrapbook pages. Then meet an artist who uses humor as his guide and crafts whimsical animals out of foam. Michael Strong creates a greeting card with a folded interior that expands as you open it.

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869 :14x09 - Glowing Beach Votive, Twisted Steel Sconces, Ribbon Journal Set

Unaired
Even if you don't live near a beach, you can bring a bit of the beach to you! Debba Haupert transforms a plain glass votive into a sand, shell and sea glass encrusted treasure. Then meet a talented young woman who welds and bends steel into one-of-a-kind metal sconces. Finally, Helen Gibb uses ribbon and fabric to make a matching bookmark and journal cover.


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870 :14x10 - Translucent Night Light, Ceremonial Gourd Rattles, Shoebox: Clay Dolls, Note Cards

Unaired
Michelle Ross transfers an image to translucent polymer clay and creates a unique nightlight cover. Meet a musician who uses his artistic talents to create ceremonial rattles out of gourds. Andrea Waegele of Kingsport, Tenn., and her sister make cute polymer clay dolls that they sent in to Carol. Sherry Wharff of San Diego, Calif., showed her innovative note cards embellished with rubber stamped, melted bottle cap liners.

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871 :14x11 - Video Box Purse, Acoustic Guitar Sculpting, Paper Matchbox Slide Box

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u won't believe your eyes when you see these embossed velvet purses made by Mary O'Neil! And you won't believe your ears when you hear what they're made from. Next master guitar craftsman, Richard Hoover, shares his secrets for creating the perfect acoustic instrument. Finally using origami paper and a little ingenuity, paper artist Karen Thomas creates a unique and beautiful box you can use to place gifts into or give as a gift.

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872 :14x12 - Quick and Easy Cards, Art In Motion, Hardware Cloth Clock

Unaired
Debra Anderson makes two different types of cards; easy and elegant, and fun and funky. Both styles are simple and quick. Then husband and wife team, Paul and Paulette Atherton, make music together, as well as wind chimes with whimsical flair. Finally it's 'time' to use one of host Carol Duvall's favorite materials "Hardware Cloth" to make this unique clock. Nuts, bolts, and washers, all from the hardware store, are some of the other 'pieces' you need to complete this fun project.

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873 :14x13 - Leopard License Frame, Faux Punched Tins, New Products: "Tool, Tricks & Totes"

Mar/10/2004
Karen Mitchell's license plate frame designs really are the cats meow! Using polymer clay she shows how to make a leopard print cane and how to apply it to the frame. Then Melissa Duquette embellishes a box using an embossing technique that creates the look of pinched tin. Finally Carol displays new products that companies are introducing for crafters. Including tools for lighting your space, punching and embossing tools as well as cool totes to transport your crafts from place to place.

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874 :14x14 - Whimsical Stamped Purse, Glass Transfer Mobile, Shoebox: Tender Hands Dolls

Mar/11/2004
Grace Taormina demonstrates how easy it is to create a hip and whimsical purse using stamps, stencils and fun iron-ons for a one-of-a-kind accessory. Next Rebecca Krahula transfers images to glass slides (that are made for microscopes) and hangs them with wire that she shapes into a mobile. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares an idea for making Tender Hands dolls. Hernandez stuffs rice into latex gloves and attaches a foam ball for the head. She dresses the dolls in cute outfits and makes little baskets for them. To make the baskets, Hernandez inserts pins into bars of soap and weaves ribbon around the pins.



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875 :14x15 - Clay and Wire Pendants, Whimsical Steel Works, Knit Washcloth and Blanket

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Barbara McGuire creates an intriguing pendant with a holographic image using metallic polymer clay and a rubber stamp. Next, D. Lester Williams creates a delightful work of art made from welded steel for his grandson. Then, Carol makes the most of a simple knitting pattern that can be used to knit wonderful wash cloths for the kitchen or bath. Or adjust the pattern to knit a baby blanket. She has fun with the new yarns that come in great colors that are available in craft stores and knitting shops. This is a fun project for beginners and experienced knitters alike!

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876 :14x16 - Fused Fabric Dyed Wall Hanging, Faux Porcelain Vase

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Michelle Newman decorates pieces of fabric with a variety of painting techniques and incorporates them into a fused wall hanging. Gail Ritchey transforms a plain glass vase into an elegant floral bas-relief--perfect for displaying blooms or just sitting on a shelf.

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877 :14x17 - Ostrich Plant Poke, Chair Decorations

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"Ollie" the ostrich adds a little fauna to your flora as he peeks from your plants. Kriss Weber makes a cute ostrich plant poke from terra cotta pots and paint. Pat DeSantis dresses up ordinary chairs for special occasions with an indoor formal look as well as an outdoor garden party look.

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878 :14x18 - Crafty Cork Boards, "Kneat" Knitted Purse, Shoebox: Crochet Animals, Wild Gal Pins, Tiny Lighthouses

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Lynn Foster teaches three basic knitting stitches and assembles them together to form a fashionable knit panel purse. Next, Melissa Baldwin creates a perfect kitchen (or any room) accessory: a themed cork board with pockets in front to hold receipts or recipes. It's so cute; you won't want to keep it too cluttered! Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares ideas from viewers including crochet animals, wild gal pins and tiny lighthouses.

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879 :14x19 - Multi Layered Polymer Clay Bead, Heritage Pages, Shoebox: Painting Technique Greeting Card Boxes

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Donna Kato decorates a bead using a polymer clay layering process giving it the appearance of dimension and depth. Next, add a homespun appeal to your scrapbook pages with Michele Gerbrandt's techniques for mock cross-stitch and faux needlepoint. Finally, Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares ideas from viewers including an innovative painting technique and greeting card boxes.

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880 :14x20 - Pearlized Travel Page, Sweatshirt Jacket

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Jeen Brown turns an ordinary sweatshirt into a stylish jacket by incorporating clever and crafty ideas. Then artist Julia Andrus creates an Asian-themed scrapbook page using pearlized powders. The page includes an origami-style photo extension book.

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881 :14x21 - Shaving Cream Card, Decorative Bedroom Accessories

Mar/29/2004
Dee Gruenig creates a unique card background using shaving cream and ink. Sandi Reinke uses handmade papers to dress up an ordinary clothing hanger and vase for the bedroom.

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882 :14x22 - Silk Screened Journal, 3D Paper Forms, Tissue Paper Fruit Lights

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Lisa Pavelka shows a simple way to transfer a design to a silk screen and uses it with acrylic paint and polymer clay to decorate a journal cover. Complex geometric forms are transformed into paper art using computer technology by Sandy Jackson. Then, colorful tissue paper, glittery collage medium and small balloons combine to make bright colored covers for a string of tiny lights. Not only will you brighten up your next backyard get together, this is crafting at it's finest--messy and FUN!

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883 :14x23 - Topsy-Turvy Doll, Primitive Art Jars, Copper Cachepot

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Crafter Ana Araujo re-creates the classic topsy-turvy doll using wooden spools and some simple sewing techniques. Then Frank Matranga, a Manhattan Beach artist, uses primitive designs as the basis for incredible art jars. Finally Carol makes a plant holder using a sheet of medium gauge copper as the base material. She die cuts flowers and frogs out of different types of metal sheets to decorate the cache pot. Tiny brad fasteners and a crimping tool add more dimension to this fun project.

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884 :14x24 - Italian Ceramic Painting, Plastic Foam Flower Plaque, New Product: "Impressionable Products"

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Kristy McNeil designs a pretty flower plaque from plastic foam and paints it to create an aged look. Massachusetts artist, Simona Alexandrov, uses a 16th century painting technique to create incredible ceramic works of art. Stamping and polymer clay fans beware! Carol has a spread of thrilling stamps, tools and new clays that will tempt even first-timers into working in these media.

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885 :14x25 - Classy Leather Frame, Ornate Ceramic Pitchers, Magnet Clock

Apr/02/2004
Sandi Genovese makes an ingenious magnet clock using die cut magnetic paper. Southern California artist Scott Drake creates raku-fired vases that incorporates classical influences. Cheryl Ball combines gold and leather along with her distinctive painting techniques to create this elegant photo frame.

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886 :14x26 - Eraser-Clay Pencil Toppers, Video Box Covers; Refrigerator Magnets; Cards and Illusion Braid

Apr/05/2004
Becky Meverden creates a colorful turtle with eraser clay that, when baked, can be used as a pencil eraser. Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares ideas from viewers including video box covers, refrigerator magnets and cards. Viewer guest Alisa Harkless marks your page with a special bookmark. She uses a few tricks to create an illusion--paper that looks as though its been braided!

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887 :14x27 - Onion Scarf, Aquatic Fiber Sculpture, Bronze Powder Stenciling

Apr/06/2004
Michelle Newman uses onion skins to naturally dye a scarf. Then, she stamps a decorative pattern onto it with half of an onion and paint. Fiber artist Barbara Fletcher creates amazing paper sculptures featuring aquatic themes. Linda Carter Lefko transforms a plain picture frame by stenciling on it with bronze powders.

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888 :14x28 - Pyramid Pop-Up Cards, Pam's Magnet Calendar

Apr/07/2004
Leila Steineckert wows us with her Pyramid Pop-Up Cards. When opened, these greeting cards form a 3-D pyramid shape, and they are embellished with stamps, pop-out images and stippled color. Using a calendar template and magnetic paint, Carol makes a handsome perpetual calendar to hang on the wall. She offers lots of options for decorating including computer generated tiles, rubber-stamped days and dates, and stickers for the holidays.

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889 :14x29 - Gourd Mask, Clay Trinket Box

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Add an ethnic flair to your decor when gourd artist Dorisanne Soyka creates a dramatic mask from a gourd. Michelle Ross crafts an antique box using a soap box and polymer clay.

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890 :14x30 - Paper Party Lights, Armature Candle Snuffer, Optical Titanium Art and Shoebox

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Debba Haupert twists armature wire into a matching candle snuffer and taper holder. Emi Fukushima uses flame retardant decorative paper to make little lanterns that hang over bulbs on a string of party lights. Artist Bernie Wire creates contemporary works of art using space-age titanium that is etched and painted. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares ideas from viewers including baskets and a needlework holder made from a place mat and plastic bags.

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891 :14x31 - Sea Sponged Box, Pops A Lot Cards

Apr/12/2004
Dee Gruenig decorates a cigar box using metallic inks and a sea sponge. Mary O'Neil shows how to make fun pop out cards--it's a greeting in a box!

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892 :14x32 - Folded Photo Page, Steel Sculptures, Shoebox: Planter Bench; Quilt Rack; Doll Transfer Photo; Paint Storage

Apr/13/2004
Suzanne McNeill enhances scrapbook pages with folded photos. Jon Seeman, a Southern California artist, creates steel artworks on a massive scale. Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares ideas from viewers including making a planter bench, a quilt rack and unique dolls, a unique paint storage solution and a photo transfer process involving transferring a granddaughter's photo onto a doll's face.

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893 :14x33 - Shrink Art Collage, Pull-Open Diorama Cards

Apr/14/2004
Jane Beard has a wonderful way to make cards that become a diorama, 3-D greeting. Jennifer Obertin uses shrink plastic and pigment powders to create a miniature piece of art, complete with it's own easel!

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894 :14x34 - Ghost Stamp Scrapbooking, Bumblebee Tableware

Apr/15/2004
Buzz-worthy painter Priscilla Hauser brightens up any table by painting realistic bumblebees on plates, glasses, napkins and more. Maryse Carrier creates a unique scrapbook page with a rubber stamping technique called "Ghost Stamping".

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895 :14x35 - Veggie Patch Pens, Closet Pole Doll

Apr/16/2004
We're always told to eat our vegetables. Well, you can't eat the veggies that Linda Welsh-Peterson makes, but you can write with them! Crafter Ana Araujo creates cute dolls. She decorates them with paint, markers and clothes she makes employing simple sewing techniques.

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896 :14x36 - Cookie/Card Combo, Cultural Fabric Figures, Puzzle Notepad

Apr/19/2004
With colorful die cut shapes and padding compound Sandi Genovese fashions a colorful notepad and holder. New Mexico artist Alice Watterson shares her secrets for creating art dolls with primitive influences. Laure'l Silverberg shows how to use rubber stamps to create a card with a matching cookie.

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897 :14x37 - Right Angle Weave, Pam's Vinyl Tote, Second Nature Sculpting

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Fashion a fun tote bag with clear plastic place mats, a piece of wood, and upholstery tacks. Metal artworks are given an organic touch by a steel artist Kari von Wening whose creations mimic nature. Jewelry designer Evette Potts makes a beautiful bracelet featuring a simple right angle weave technique.

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898 :14x38 - Asian Art Box, Metal Inlay Pins, Shoebox: Napkin Holders; Asian Room Screen

Apr/21/2004
Leila Steineckert turns an ordinary cigar box into a fashionable trinket or art box with an Asian theme, using game tiles, stamps and fusible webbing. Using embossing metals Jana Ewy creates charming pins with the look of metal inlay. Carol opens up the Shoebox and shares viewer ideas including napkin holders that resemble coffee shacks and a room screen decorated with Asian motifs.

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899 :14x39 - Vellum Scrapbook Pages, Cell Phone Holder, Contemporary Palm Art

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Carol knits a fashionable cell phone holder using black wool yarn and a glitzy red eyelash yarn. The finishing touch is throwing it in the washer to 'felt' it. A retired schoolteacher finds a second career by creating amazing artwork from palm stems. Vivian Peritts shows two fun ways to use vellum--one to spice up a scrapbook page and another to add panache to a plain plastic frame.

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900 :14x40 - Sea/Sun Wind Chime, Solar Hand Pressed Photographs, Stacked Paper Keys Fobs

Apr/23/2004
Debba Haupert creates a visually stunning wind chime / sun catcher using texturized armature wire, sea glass and jingle bells. Artist Hope Frazier uses sunlight to create amazing photographs. Carol demonstrates a great kid-friendly gift for dad, mom or grandparents--stacked paper keys fobs.

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901 :14x41 - Eggcellent Kitchen Decorations, Tantalizing Tins, Tall Iron Vases

Apr/26/2004
Mary O'Neil works a little stamping magic and turns empty cookie and candy tins into tantalizing craft supply holders. Artist David Coddaire creates colorful flower vases from solid steel. Sandi Reinke creates a kitchen wall hanging and paper bowl with an egg theme.

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902 :14x42 - Twist Art Fruit, Felt Applique Purse

Apr/27/2004
Lynne Farris creates a bevy of fruits and veggies using simple foam and paper bases and covering them creatively with twisted paper. Robin Kingsley makes an adorable applique purse out of colorful wool felt.

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903 :14x43 - ed Metal Frame, Leather Room Screen

Unaired
Kari Lee adds decorative leather panels along with photo transfers to create a beautiful room divider. Elaine Woodhouse creates an embossed metal picture frame using a variety of techniques.

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904 :14x44 - Tiled Mirror Frame, Metal Transfer Bracelet, Shoebox: 3-D Little Red Riding Hood Picture

Apr/29/2004
Rebecca Krahula transfers images to square pieces of roofing metal and links them together to make a very attractive bracelet. Maryse Carrier makes cardboard squares look like ceramic tiles, then uses them to decorate a frame for a mirror. Finally the Shoebox segment features a 3-D Little Red Riding Hood picture made with a spiral saw.

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905 :14x45 - Shrinking Star Bag, Knit To Be Gelled, Shoebox: Votive Candle Boats, Birthday Card

Apr/30/2004
Elaine Jackson creates a felt bag and embellishes it with shrink plastic and beads. Lynn Foster shows how creativity can continue once the needles have stopped clicking. She knits a scarf then adds a design using bleach. Finally the Shoebox segment features a decorative and practical idea for making votive candle boats. Then see a 30th birthday card that was modified from Jane Beard's 12 Days of Christmas card.

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906 :14x46 - Chocolate Pincushions, Wall Collage Bud Vase, Nostalgic Doll Art

May/04/2004
JoAnne Hunot turns knife handles into flower bud vases which become the centerpieces for her wall collages. Minnesota doll maker Annie Wahl specializes in whimsical art for the older crowd. Viewer guest Tina Mena creates little chocolate pincushions from fabrics.

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907 :14x47 - 3D Stenciling, Ribbon Pendants, Shoebox: Cards, Pins and Magnets

Unaired
Jennifer Ferguson creates a 3D "Zebra Chicken" using a flat stencil. Helen Gibb makes beautiful pendants out of a variety of ribbon and trims. Atsuko Schlesinger from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, saw a segment by Carol who made a butterfly from paper clay (see Porcelain-Look Butterflies, Birdhouses, Gel Candles). The show inspired Schlesinger into making pins and refrigerator magnets. All are beautifully painted and she decorates a matching card to complement the pins and magnets.

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908 :14x48 - Expanding Foam Cards, Polymer Clay Tile Bracelet

May/10/2004
Donna Kato creates small patterned tiles out of polymer clay and strings them together to make a stylish stretch bracelet. Michael Strong uses rubber stamps and expanding foam, made to seal windows, to create a unique embellishment for cards.

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909 :14x49 - Southwestern Fireplace Screen, Earth Formed Vessels, Magic Pull Up Card

May/11/2004
Barbara DiClemente brings a bit of the Southwest to your home in the form of a decorative fireplace screen using a Venetian fresco technique and rub-ons. Incredible sculpted vessels are created from silt and clay by Massachusetts artist Chris Gryder. One sheet of card stock is all you need to create a greeting card that will amaze your friends. Carol goes through the mechanics of making the card and shows a couple of different ways to decorate the card with rubber stamps.

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910 :14x50 - Carved Clay Box, Beaded Tulips, Indoor Sand Garden

Unaired
Linda Welsh-Peterson is back with a third type of beaded bloom to add to a permanent bouquet--the tulip. They're easy to make, and don't require water or sunlight! Kathy Martin takes stamping on polymer clay to the next level by enhancing a stamped design with simple art tools and using this method to embellish the top of a box. Host Carol Duvall paints a wooden shadow box frame for the base of this sand garden. Next, Carol crafts a 'rake' for the garden using a 3/8" dowel, craft sticks and tiny brass nails.

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911 :14x51 - Facile Frames, Clear Texture Glassworks, Memory Wood

May/13/2004
Fun, funky, fabulous. . . whatever you want to call them, these frames are fantastic and facile. Mary O'Neil shares easy techniques for turning wooden frames into something much, much more. California artist Gary Kazanjian's specialty is to turn heavily textured glass into elegant window and door panes. Pam Hawkins creates a personalized gift that is perfect for capturing those special memories using basswood planks and a heat transfer tool.

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912 :14x52 - Everlasting Gift Boxes, Faux Bronze Ceramics, Never Ending Card

Unaired
How much paper and cardboard is wasted each year giving gifts? Jane Beard has a solution to that problem. Reversible, everlasting gift boxes. Tune in to see how she makes them. They look like bronze statues, but they're actually hand-painted ceramics created by Edie Pfeifer a talented California artist. Score before folding is an important part of making this card. Carol uses four pieces of card stock and a glue stick to make the card fold over and over and over. She decorates the finished cards with photos, rubber stamps, and stickers.

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913 :14x53 - Painted Sunflowers, Creative Clay Co-Op, Shoebox: Bedside Eyeglass Holder

Unaired
Add a splash of sunshine to your home with Priscilla Hauser's brightly painted sunflowers. Take a look inside a co-op in Jordan, Minn., that teaches ceramic classes for all ages. Barb Farley of Newport, Mich., wrote to ask where to mail projects or questions. Carol gave the address. Nada Heyl of Ft. Myers, Fla., shared her idea for making a bedside eyeglass holder.

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914 :14x54 - Metal and Ribbon Placemats, Old World Painting, Polymer Clay Earring and Holder

May/18/2004
Jana Ewy weaves textured embossing metal and ribbon to create elegant placemats. The elegant art of oil painting is examined through the art of a contemporary Boston painter Roger Johnson. Barbara McGuire designs earrings and a coordinating holder with polymer clay and wire.

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915 :14x55 - Mica Fortune Votive, Hand Blown Kaleidoscopes, Leaping Deer Foil Hanging

Unaired
Add a touch of an Asian theme to your home when Monica Heeren embellishes a votive candleholder with a touch of mica. Husband and wife glass artists, David & Debbie Rosenfeldt, create amazing kaleidoscopes by hand. What do you get when you mix craft foil, jingle bells and a little imagination? Guest Sheri Frey gets a cool embossed picture of a leaping deer which can be posted anywhere in the house.

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916 :14x56 - Sunny Polymer Necklace, Topiary Luminaria, New Product: "Scrapper's Delight"

May/20/2004
Lacey Oldham crafts a topiary with fabric flowers that can be used as a candleholder. Guest Anne Igou creates a necklace from polymer clay that will bring sunshine into anyone's life. Carol Duvall explores an array of innovative materials and tools all geared toward "croppers."

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917 :14x57 - Glass Butterfly Vase, Transfer Mosaic Necklace, Polymer Clay Fireplace Tiles, Polymer Clay Pictures, Pincushion Decor

May/21/2004
Ann Mitchell creates a mosaic tile necklace using polymer clay and an image transfer technique. Sandi Obertin embosses butterflies on tissue paper, then uses them to decorate a glass vase. Finally Carol opens up the Shoebox and welcomes contributions from Stella Henyler of Henderson, Nev., who covered her fireplace with polymer clay tiles. She was inspired by a project done by Karen Mitchell. Chris Glasscock of Indianapolis, Ind., made polymer clay pictures on glass. Denise Siragusa of Riverside, Calif., made pincushions in different designs and shapes, including a piano made from plastic needlepoint canvas.

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918 :14x58 - Funky Chunky Notebooks, Sandstone Planter With Trellis

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With plastic foam and sand textured paint Kristy McNeil designs a handsome planter for indoors or outdoors. Jane Beard designs funky, chunky notebooks. They're small enough to fit in your purse, and with the bright colors and fun images, people will be talking about them.

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919 :14x59 - Primitive Clay Doll, Decorative Fruit Sculptures, Ring A Ding Challenge

May/25/2004
Emi Fukushima creates a primitive wild haired doll out of air-dry clay, twigs and fiber. Kent Conklin a southern California mold-maker uses plaster and clay to create elegant fruit sculptures. What can you do with a plain cardboard ring? Carol asked that question of a few guests of the show. The responses are quite thrilling and really show off how imaginative crafters can be.

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920 :14x60 - Giraffe Shelf Sitter, Zebra Shadow Box

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Kriss Weber charms us with her terra cotta pot zoo animals. This time it's a giraffe . . . and he will liven up any shelf in your house as he sits sublimely with his legs dangling over the edge. Zelda Grant uses foam board and fabric to craft a shadow box, then uses fabric scraps to create a piece of art to go inside.

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921 :14x61 - Gingerbread Man Serving Tray, Kirigami Christmas Trees, Holiday Shoebox

Nov/25/2005
First guest Kriss Weber creates a gingerbread man serving tray from terra cotta pots, perfect for serving up holiday cookies, candies and other confections. Then paper artist Karen Thomas shares a lesson in Kirigami, the art of folding and cutting paper, and then shows us how to make a forest of festive Christmas trees. Finally Carol takes a peek into a holiday Shoebox.

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922 :14x62 - Clay Cone Ornament, Faux Chenille Christmas Stocking, Holiday Shoebox

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First Donna Kato makes a cone-shaped polymer clay ornament to be filled with candy or other goodies and hung on a tree. Then guest Ellen Allen sews and cuts layers of wool felt to create a faux-chenille Christmas stocking. Lastly, join Carol for a few viewer holiday ideas from the Shoebox.

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923 :14x63 - Snowballs for Sale Ornament, Glitzy Geodesic Ornament

Dec/08/2005
Today Becky Meverden makes an adorable holiday ornament that depicts a snowman "selling" snowballs! The Carol shares another spectacular holiday decoration--a glitzy geodesic ornament.

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924 :14x64 - Ribbon Ornaments, Beaded Candles, Three Perfect Bows, Holiday Shoebox

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First Pat DeSantis creates a pleated ribbon snowflake ornament and a folded ribbon candy ornament. Then Carol shares how to make sparkly beaded candles to dress up your holiday home. Juanita Lewis shows us how to add the perfect finishing touch to any present with three festive bow ideas, and then Carol's back with more holiday ideas from the Shoebox.

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925 :14x65 - Witch Treat Pot, Haunted House, Spooky Shoebox

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First guest Jeen Brown decorates a terra cotta pot to be filled with treats for the tricksters. Then crafter Vivian Peritts shares how to make a spooktacular haunted house to decorate your home for Halloween. Finally, Carol takes a peek into a Spooky Shoebox to share some viewer Halloween ideas.

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Season 15

926 :15x01 - Metal Macrame, Silk Wall Hangings, Memory Box

Mar/15/2005
Ellen Allan combines materials from the craft and hardware stores to create an inspired belt. Artist Marie-Laure Ilie shares her modern take on tapestry using abstract design and creative materials. Karen Thomas creates an unusual "first-aid kit" memory box that's a perfect place to house special keepsakes.

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927 :15x02 - Clay Pot Hanger, Faux Metal Frames, Shoebox

Mar/16/2005
Give your hanging plants a face-lift! Ann Mitchell covers up those old wire hangers with pretty hand made polymer clay beads. Cheryl Ball does a faux metal finish on ordinary picture frame mats. Carol Duvall shares viewer projects including wall hangings, tray favors, kids' art.

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928 :15x03 - Embellished Greeting Cards, Copper Candle Holder, Shoebox

Mar/17/2005
No time to craft an entirely original card? Dee Gruenig enhances store-bought cards with a personal touch. Then, take a deep breath, relax and create a soothing atmosphere with candle holders made from copper from Mary O'Neil. Also, Carol Duvall shares viewer ideas for storing rubber stamps and making a calendar.

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929 :15x04 - Paper Folded Pages, Terra Cotta Pot Cow

Mar/14/2005
Fold your way to beautiful scrapbook pages. Michele Gerbrandt creates amazing results with some pretty paper and a few paper folding tricks! Then guest Kriss Weber transforms terra cotta pots into a festive little black and white cow.

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930 :15x05 - What A Doll, Fine Art Kites, Penguin Photo Frame

Mar/15/2005
Jeen Brown shows how to make an adorable doll dressed up in fabric and lace. Next, Dolly Cahill Johnson incorporates water colors, collage, pastels and airbrushing into one unique painting to create an art kite. Birds of a feather sure do stick together—especially when it's Becky Meverden's polymer clay penguin photo frame.

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931 :15x06 - Fiber Lacy Doily, Clear Envelope Crafting, Spray Batik

Mar/16/2005
Learn how to make a fabulous table doily. Then Melissa Baldwin creates a cute little card filled with pictures and smiles, and Tim Holtz has a super-simple technique that will have you spraying your way to a faux batik!

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932 :15x07 - Hand-Painted Table Runner, Savvy Knit Scarves

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Michelle Newman shares simple techniques for creating a beautiful hand-painted table runner that's sure to add a designer touch to any decor. Then learn how one stitch on different size needles with different types of yarn and/or ribbon can make a big difference in how a scarf turns out.

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933 :15x08 - Stamped Glow Lamp, Storytelling Tiles, Lou's Cigar Box Purse

Mar/18/2005
Vesta Abel demonstrates a fun way to set the mood in any room with a decorative glowing lamp. Then learn how ceramic tile is constructed in Italian tradition and embellished with a family story. Next, an old wooden cigar box is transformed into a funky fashion accessory with a drawer pull and dice for the handle.

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934 :15x09 - Fun Filing Cabinets, Pam's Picture Diorama

Mar/21/2005
Jennifer Ferguson transforms a plain old filing cabinet into a real beauty using paint and stencils. Looking for something different for a "guy gift"? This is for you! Carol will use plaster of paris, rocks, twigs and a photo of your favorite guy to make this desktop diorama.

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935 :15x10 - Dream Doll Pendanges, Snowglobe Soaps, New Craft Products

Mar/22/2005
Barbara McGuire uses polymer clay to create doll-shaped pendants that look like ancient artifacts. Heather McConeghy proves that soap isn't just for getting clean when she crafts cute snowglobe soaps that make perfect gifts and party favors. Plus, more great new craft products from Carol Duvall.

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936 :15x11 - Zen Scarf, Metal Artisan Tiles, Shoebox: Window Hangings, Memory Box

Mar/23/2005
Ellen Allan uses the unlikely combination of wool felt and silk to create an Asian-inspired scarf. Meet an artist whose tiles add an artistic touch of bronze, brass, or aluminum to home decor. In the Shoebox, see Donna Ricchuiti's window hangings made from sandwiched paper, cellophane, and embroidery thread between two pieces of glass, which are then wrapped with wire and jewelry. Carol also shares one of Karen Thomas' memory boxes with photos from Carol's craft weekend.

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937 :15x12 - Beaded & Embossed Velvet Bookmark, Re-Giftable Wine Bag, "Leather" Clay Belt

Unaired
Mary O'Neil adds an elegant touch to reading with embossed velvet and beaded bookmarks. Then Carol stitches beautiful dupioni silk into a wine gift bag with a bonus: Add a pocket to the front of the bag to hold a matching ‘sign-in book' to keep a record of its journey. Its travels are part of the charm of this elegant bag. Finally, use polymer clay to make a fashion statement when Karen Mitchell creates a beautiful belt that looks and feels like leather!

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938 :15x13 - Pewter Sticker Album, Screen Enameling, Rita's "Not Your Ordinary Scrapbook"

Mar/25/2005
Nathalie Metivier colors and cuts pewter stickers to decorate an album. Meet an artist who uses black and white images to create colored enamel that is integrated into a copper art piece. Then Carol makes a scrapbook for you to jot down thoughts, sketches, and memories of special events in your life--not a picture in sight! Carol also goes through a well-stocked travel art bag.

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939 :15x14 - Clay Eyeglass Case, "Man" Made Assembled Book

Jun/17/2004
Judy Belcher stitches up clay in the most surprising way when she makes an attractive and colorful eyeglass case. Altered books are all the rage, but Leigh Edwards has found a way to create her own books to add some embellishments later on.

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940 :15x15 - Circle Journal, Glass Millefiori Vase, Stained Glass Mosaic

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Keep in touch with the ones you love. Sandi Genovese joins us to create ingenious journals you can send back and forth in the mail. Meet an artist who creates a vase made from millefiori canes and hand-blown glass embodies the unique creativity of the artist. Jami King uses clear shelf paper and a picture frame to easily create a stained glass mosaic.

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941 :15x16 - Ladybug Garden Stake, Leather Eyeglass Holder, New Craft Booklet

May/12/2005
Add a bright spot of color to your garden with Vicki Payne’s cute garden stake (it's also a sun catcher!). Seeing is believing they say--if you can find your glasses that is. Never lose them again with a stylish leather eyeglass holder created by Debba Haupert. Then Carol shares a new craft booklet she's excited about.

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942 :15x17 - Glass Vase Lamp, Palm & Canvas Weaving, 3-in-1 Clay Creatures

May/09/2005
Sandi Reinke creates a little ambiance when she turns an ordinary glass vase into a beautiful glowing light. Meet an artist who transforms simple palm fronds and painted canvas into wall hangings. Then Maureen Carlson shows how kids can learn to make polymer clay characters by crafting a slug, lizard, and turtle using some simple steps.

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943 :15x18 - Leather & Lace Clay Necklaces, Quilling in Scrapbooks

May/10/2005
Barbara McGuire uses a surprising combination of leather and polymer clay to create a stylish necklace. Then Suzanne McNeill shows how the art of quilling can be used to embellish scrapbook pages.

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944 :15x19 - Paper Tulip Shadow Box, Mache Dragon Sculpture, Rusty Luminaria

May/11/2005
We are growing tulips--the paper kind of course. Kris Mason creates a shadow box filled with beautiful paper blooms that's the perfect way to display your favorite picture. Then bring fun and whimsy into your home with a magical mache dragon. Mica gets a worn, old look to produce some fantastic results in a luminaria created by Monica Heeren.

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945 :15x20 - Kimono Tags, Reductive Linoleum Block Prints, Egyptian Pyramid Box

Unaired
Just when you thought you couldn't do any more with shipping tags, Paula Montgomery comes along to transform them into little kimonos that adorn scrapbooks, cards, or anything else. Meet an artist who turns ordinary urban architectural images into works of art. Then Michelle Ross crafts a pyramid-shaped box with an Egyptian motif.

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946 :15x21 - Ribbon Flower Arrangement, Black Metal Jewelry, Vinegar Painting

May/13/2005
Jana Ewy combines some ordinary paper punches and sheets of thin black matte metal to create some simplistic pieces of jewelry. See how to make the most ordinary tabletop look like a museum piece with a combination of vinegar and pigments. Helen uses colorful ribbon to create a beautiful flower arrangement.

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947 :15x22 - Clay Hair Accessories, Fabric Roses

May/17/2005
Anne uses colorful polymer clay to create a terrific hair accessory. Everything is coming up roses when Vivian Perritts shows you how to create a bevy of fabric blooms to adorn just about anything you can think of!

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948 :15x23 - Leather Votive, Chainsaw Carved Animals, Antique Embossed Tins, Shoebox

May/19/2005
Kari Lee adds a decorative leather wrap to a plain glass votive. Planks of wood are joined to create a large block, which is then carved with a chainsaw to create animal heads. Fran Seiford revitalizes old gift tins by utilizing an embossing technique that's reminiscent of old tin ceiling tiles. From the Shoebox, Carol shares craft storage containers made from drink carriers from fast food restaurants, note cards using a paper folding technique by Michele Gerbrandt, and wire hair for a Crazy Hair Day scrapbook page.

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949 :15x24 - Desktop Mobile, Leaf Imprint Vessels, New Books

May/16/2005
Make your desk a little bit brighter when Karen Thomas folds up an eye catching desk top mobile. Gathered leaves become designs on beautiful ceramic vessels. Then join Carol for a look at some great new craft books.

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950 :15x25 - Jet Dangle Bracelet, Elephant Stoneware, Stamped Cake Plate

May/17/2005
Laure'l Silverberg crafts a cake plate from a plain glass plate and a candlestick. A hand-carved stoneware vessel which starts as sculpture and ends as functional art. With beautiful beads and a great technique, Lynda fashions a handsome jet dangle bracelet.

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951 :15x26 - Jean Purse, Silhouette Stenciling, Shoebox: CD Painting, Beaded Bracelet, Pop-up Card

May/18/2005
Pat turns an old pair of blue jeans into a stylish new purse. Rosemary Carsello utilizes silhouette stenciling to add an historical feel to scrapbook pages. Then from the Shoebox: paintings on CDs, a 12-year-old crafter's beaded bracelet and a pop-up card inspired by Carol's gift wrapping segment. Plus see how a 5-year-old girl used the punched-out leftovers from foam dots to embellish a letter.

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952 :15x27 - Mono Print Scarf, Leather Travel Journal

May/19/2005
Michelle Newman uses a fun and exciting painting process on fabric to create a colorful and stylish scarf. You'll find any excuse in the world to take a vacation just so you can use the fabulous leather journal that Debba Haupert is going to show us.

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953 :15x28 - $7 Gift Bag, Fused & Broken Glass Collages, Revealing Cards

May/20/2005
Carol combines decorative papers, glitter and a pewter sticker to make a gift bag so special, it could be the gift itself! See a stained glass mask collage that reflects the idea that strength is in the sum of the parts. Your greeting cards will really pop when Jane Beard stops by with some flowery ideas.

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954 :15x29 - Botanical Tassels, Lattice Porcelain, New Products

Unaired
We'll borrow from mother nature to make botanical fiber tassels that add an exotic touch to any decor. Then see a distinct basket that will cause you to take a second look and wonder, "how did she make that?" Then join Carol for a peek at some great new craft products.

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955 :15x30 - Spicy Recipe, No Sew Nursery Organizer

May/26/2005
You don't need to no how to sew with Lynne's no-sew nursery items. Create adorable things that baby in your life will love to cuddle. Then we'll add some spice to your life, as well as to your recipe box, when Anne Igou whips up a recipe box that's just a spicy as the dishes inside.

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956 :15x31 - Tooled Leather Paper, Drink Charms, Game Piece Jewelry

May/23/2005
Make your next party a hit! Sandi fashions colorful drink charms from shrink plastic that are sure to make your guests feel truly special. Michael Strong uses cover stock to re-create the rich look of tooled leather. Rectangular game pieces, plastic beads and rubber stamps are combined to make a chunky bracelet.

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957 :15x32 - Basket o' Berries, Envelope Cards

May/24/2005
Dee Gruenig crafts a fun card with an inner pocket that's perfect for sharing photos with friends and family. Every day will feel like summer with a polymer clay basket full of strawberries. With Linda Welsh Peterson here, it looks good enough to eat.

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958 :15x33 - Magnetic Money Clip, Flower Fairies, Modern Cloth Dolls

May/25/2005
They're not from your garden, but they're the next best thing. Ana Arujo brings cute little flower fairies to life with some silk flowers and a little ingenuity. Using cotton materials, a direct dye method and a portrait background, Patti creates whimsical dolls. Rebecca uses an image transfer technique to create a unique and stylish magnetic money clip.

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959 :15x34 - Suze's Stones, Hardwood Carved Seahorse, Shoebox

May/26/2005
Suze Weinberg uses melted embossing powder to create faux stones that can be used in a variety of craft projects. Meet an artist who carves extremely hard wood into an elegant seahorse. In the Shoebox, see treasure chests inspired by Lila Steineckert and yo-yo dolls.

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960 :15x35 - Molded Leather Bowl, Five Easy Cards

May/27/2005
Kari Lee transforms leather into a handsome decorative bowl. Sue Lindstrom shows how to craft five different cards using an easy panel style.

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961 :15x36 - Doily Denim, Baby Bottle Clay Frame, Garden Fairy Homes

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You won't want to wait to hang a photo of your favorite baby on the refrigerator when you see the baby bottle photo frame that Becky Meverden is making from polymer clay. Then create a garden fairy home from natural resources that can be displayed indoors or outdoors. Jeen Brown gives plain old jeans a hip new look with fun and funky lace details.

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962 :15x37 - Threaded Card, Faux Ivory Pendant

Jun/02/2005
Emi Fukishima uses polymer clay to make a wonderful pendant that has the look of antiqued ivory. Leila Steineckert is back with her trusty circle punch to create a one of a kind threaded photo card, and there's not a needle in sight!

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963 :15x38 - Puff Bead Bracelet, Accordion Pictures, Photo Assemblages

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Color copies of two different pictures from the same event are cut to fit an accordion folded watercolor paper. Carol completes this project by framing it. Create a collage of altered photos, blended images, textures, and found artifacts. Michelle Ross uses polymer clay and molds to create exquisite puff bead bracelets.

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964 :15x39 - Fish Box, Nostalgic Jewelry, New Products

May/31/2005
Elaine Woodhouse uses copper embossing metal to turn an ordinary photo frame box into a striking conversation piece. Pam creates one of a kind jewelry that is a unique way to capture special photos. Then Carol shares some great new craft products.

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965 :15x40 - Mint Tin Kits, Altered Book Pages, Mixed Media Bottles

Jun/01/2005
Altered books--the ultimate recycling craft! Pages of an old book become the canvas for your artwork. Whether you are a painter, scrapbooker, rubber stamper or a little of each--use any and all of the supplies in your craft closet and join in this hot crafting trend. Then, an art bottle is created by mixing several woods, glass and ceramics. Finally, Ellen Allan uses recycled mint tins to create fun, crafty car kits for kids!

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966 :15x41 - Punched Flower Cards, Cellphone & Lipstick Case

Jun/02/2005
Helen Gibb uses ribbon and fabric to make attractive cellphone and lipstick cases. Then Michael Strong creates colorful, dimensional flowers using paper punches.

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967 :15x42 - Gift Wrap Toppers, Beaded Leaf Applique, Glass Fountains

Jun/03/2005
Things are getting sticky when Linda Welsh-Peterson transforms double-sided tape into a stylish leaf applique. See the creation of an underwater wonderland that can be placed anywhere. Then, make a nifty gift wrap topper that adds a festive finishing touch to gifts.

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968 :15x43 - Mini Tiled Frame, Air-Brushed Plates, Hammered Metal Key Rack

Jun/07/2005
Nathalie Metivier rubber stamps on sticker paper and cuts it into tiny pieces to create a mosaic tiled photo frame. Judy Schieck combines a little paint and a lot of air to create some very colorful plates. Craft metal sheets and bass wood from the craft store and washers and cup hooks from the hardware store come together to create an updated version of this blast from the past.

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969 :15x44 - Metallic Stenciling, Gourd Basketry, Knitting Needle Storage

Jun/09/2005
Jan Dressler shows two techniques for utilizing metallic paint on boxes. Peggy Wiedemann makes gourd baskets that she herself calls weird and bizarre. Ever thought of placemats stitched together to make a nifty place to keep all of your knitting needles? Carol has! Ribbon ties complete this roll-up storage unit. She shares a couple of quick storage ideas, too.

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970 :15x45 - Cute Floorcloth, Origami Paper Doll Mobile, Shoebox: Vellum Invitations, Origami Gift Bags

Jun/06/2005
Emi Fukishima makes a whimsical mobile with origami ladies in fashionable kimono attire. Bunny DeLorie designs and makes a floorcloth so cute you won't want to wipe your feet on it! This creation is three rugs in one and is sure to bring out your wild side. Carol shares embossed vellum wedding invitations and origami-decorated gift bags.

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971 :15x46 - Painted Suitcases, Polymer Clay Button Covers

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Never lose your luggage again! Priscilla Hauser creates one-of-a-kind suitcases by covering them in colorful painted autumn leaves. Michelle Ross shows how easy it is to transform a plain shirt with colorful polymer clay button covers.

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972 :15x47 - Synthetic Paper Painting, Polymer Clay Pen Caddy, Shoebox

Jun/08/2005
Lisa Pavelka shows how to add style to any desk with a polymer clay and wire mesh pen caddy. Viewer Betty Miller shows a unique way to paint in reverse, utilizing a water-resistant synthetic paper. In the Shoebox, see a decoupaged light bulb, a decorated vase that looks like an aquarium, and romantic angels made from items purchased in a 10-cent store going out of business.

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973 :15x48 - Postcard Cards, Hand-Sculpted Gold Jewelry, Shoebox

Jun/09/2005
Postcards become greeting cards that will really take you places thanks to the help of Paula Montgomery. Then see one designer's multi-leveled, angular, eye-catching rings. In the Shoebox, see bracelets made out of beads of translucent polymer clay and chopped parsley, polymer clay that looks like wood, notepads covered with wallpaper from discontinued wallpaper sample books, and how to craft with items from around the house.


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974 :15x49 - Polymer Clay Winged Dragon, Knotted Necklace

Jun/10/2005
Maureen Carlson sculpts a charming dragon out of polymer clay. Evette Potts fashions beautiful one-of-a-kind jewelry by teaching us the secrets of the knotted necklace.

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975 :15x50 - Altered Book Tips, Hand-Sculpted Dolls, Shoebox: Notecards

Jun/14/2005
Beth Cote will save an old book from the garbage and transform it into something extraordinary with a few tips and tricks of the altered book craze. See an artist's dolls created by hand-sculpting porcelain over a skeleton and adding costumes. In the Shoebox, see a notecard holder made from a folded placemat, notecards made with crocheted flower embellishments, and photography cards.

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976 :15x51 - Wire Mesh Purse, Heart Journal

Jun/16/2005
Jana Ewy is back creating some unique purses out of the most unlikely material--black metal mesh. Sandi Genovese crafts a colorful journal that is truly from the heart.

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977 :15x52 - Birdhouse Waterfall, Metal Scrapbook Page, Surfer Puppet

Jun/13/2005
Elaine Woodhouse shows how to run embossing metal through a die-cutter and then uses the pieces to make scrapbook pages shine! A surfer dude is created as a puppet using foam sections, glue, fleece and a broad imagination. You won't want your garden table to be without Pam's colorful waterfall made from birdhouses.

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978 :15x53 - Altered Art Quilt, Polymer Clay Matchbox Pendant

Jun/14/2005
A memory quilt is a great way to capture precious memories. Vivian Perrits takes this art to a whole new level with her altered art quilt. Then Lisa Pavelka turns an empty matchbox into a polymer clay pendant that's full of beauty and style.

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979 :15x54 - Asparagus Clock, Jacob's Ladder Card, Shoebox

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It's a card with some very childlike qualities from Jane Beard. We'll see an unusual way to create a wonderful polymer clay clock with a vegetable motif. Then Carol talks to a viewer about how she makes handmade paper.

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980 :15x55 - Water Webbing Page, Pine Needle Baskets, Wee Folk Doll

Jun/16/2005
Julia Andrus decorates a beach-themed scrapbook page with a rubber stamping technique called water webbing. See how one artist shows that elements from the yard can be used to create beautiful works of art. Then we'll take a journey into the enchanted world of tiny felt figures known as wee folk dolls.

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981 :15x56 - Recycled Lamp, Quick Gift Wrap, Jewelry Shadow Boxes

Jun/17/2005
Jan Dressler shows how fast and easy it is to use a foam roller to stencil gift wrap. See an artist's jewelry that comes in its own custom display box. Then Mary O'Neil shows a nifty as well as thrifty way to recycle food containers and turn them into terrific lamps.

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982 :15x57 - Decoupage Bracelet, Shelf Dolls

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Rebecca combines painting and decoupage to create the look of beautiful Asian lacquer jewelry. Ana Araujo creates adorable dolls that you definitely won't mind having "sitting around" your house.

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983 :15x58 - Mizuhiki Bugs, Bungee Book and Pen

Jun/23/2005
Craft up some cute little critters. Karen uses versatile and vibrant mizuhiki cord to make butterflies, grasshoppers and more creations that won't leave you "bugged." Melissa Baldwin puts a spring into your crafting with a charming little notebook that has some very childlike qualities.

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984 :15x59 - Leaves & Twigs Centerpiece, Polymer Clay Watch

Jun/20/2005
Lynne Farris fashions an elegant centerpiece with twigs and delicate ultrasuede leaves that's sure to make your dinner table stand out from the crowd! Lisa Pavelka uses polymer clay to turn a plain watch into a fun and stylish fashion accessory.

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985 :15x60 - Home Decor Jewelry, Color Block Bronzing, Shoebox: Cards, Cards, Cards

Jun/21/2005
Pat DeSantis uses home decor trims and fringe to make terrific jewelry. Rosemary Carsello transforms a plain wooden serving tray utilizing a color blocking and bronzing technique. This shoebox is all about cards: Jeanette Drakatos from Staton Island, N.Y., made a stenciled card embossed and embellished with bugle beads and pearls; a beautiful blue ribbon on a plain white card with silver paper and a polymer clay heart was sent from Christine Ann Shinn of the Mile High Polymer Clay Guild in Denver; an envelope bag card was sent from Evette Potts, and other cards were sent from Lisa Pavelka, Jane Beard, Dee Gruenig and Karen Thomas.

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986 :15x61 - Hanging Mica Votive, Folded Paper Wall Hanging, Ceramic Birdhouse

Jun/22/2005
Make a wall hanging that is sure to attract attention. Kris Mason shows us how using some very clever paper folding tricks! A ceramic teapot is converted into a home for winged friends. Copper and mica are hanging around together in a unique hanging votive holder created by Monica Heeren.

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987 :15x62 - Chicken Costume, Metal Spider Web, Shoebox: Halloween Decor

Oct/28/2005
Suzanne McNeill crafts an adorable child's chicken costume complete with feathers. See a creepy web take shape through the use of skillful welding and a big imagination. Patsy Warnke of Hardy, Ark., shared her idea for Halloween characters made of tin cans. Then Monica Kneuer from Peconic, N.Y., shared her pumpkins made from plastic dryer vent material.

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988 :15x63 - Terra Cotta Easter Basket, Easter Paper Tole, Masking Tape Eggs

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A tisket, a tasket, a terra cotta basket? Kriss Weber is here with an out-of-the-ordinary terra cotta Easter basket to add to your tradition. Michele Gerbrandt helps you make your next Easter or spring break scrapbook page something to hop about with her cute and colorful paper tole bunnies. Hard boiled eggs take on a kaleidoscope of color when Carol layers masking tape strips and color. Beautiful hues are revealed as she peels each layer of tape from the eggs. Children and adults will want to get involved in this project.

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989 :15x64 - Romantic Wrapping, Rosy Dress Form, Tunnel of Love Book

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Stop and smell the roses! Or at least learn how to paint them. Priscilla Hauser inspires us to pick up our brushes and cover sewing forms with beautiful blooms! Then Juanita Lewis shows us how to add a romantic touch to any gift of love with a beautiful ribbon flower bow. Finally, Carol shares how to turn six folded note cards, craft punches, stickers and decorative papers into a Tunnel of Love book that can be adapted to any occasion.

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990 :15x65 - Patriotic Votives, All In One Card, Patriotic Tote Bag

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It's a festival of stars when Leila Steineckert creates a unique greeting card that doubles as it's own envelope. Barbara Trombley lets her patriotic light shine with a festive glittered candle votive. Red, white, and blue grosgrain ribbon added to a canvas bag--a great way to 'tote' picnic supplies to the park. This is a simple project that really packs a punch! Barb Farley from Newport, Mich., created a rubber stamped flag card made from a holly berry stamp! Dee Dee Pancake of Charlottesville, Vir., sent in the idea to make felt notepad holders to keep in the car.

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Season 16

991 :16x01 - Colorful Communication Center, Hummingbird Feeder

Sep/28/2006
Priscilla Hauser paints up a beautiful glass hummingbird feeder, and Fran Seiford shares a unique embossing technique on a memo board/message center.

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992 :16x02 - Darling Dachshund Pens, Pop-Up Gift Tags

Sep/28/2006
Linda Welsh Peterson uses polymer clay to turn an ordinary ink pen into a darling dachshund pen. Then Dee Gruenig makes pop-up gift tags with a surprise inside.

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993 :16x03 - Acetate Photo Invitaions, Velvet Hangers, Shoebox

Sep/29/2006
Lynn Foster shares how to make some elegant velvet padded hangers to dress up your closet. Then Paula Montgomery uses a wedding photograph to create acetate photo invitations Finally, join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox, where she finds a recycled tissue box repurposed into a clever tissue roll cover, dimensional paintings with an inspirational story, and handmade threaded cards.

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994 :16x04 - Glass Soldered Bracelet, Clay & Wire Frame

Sep/29/2006
Beckah Krahula shares how to use glass, stamps, solder and some jewelry findings to make beautiful one-of-a-kind jewelry. Then Michelle Ross uses polymer clay and wire to create a whimsical photo frame.

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995 :16x05 - Interlocking Punches, Recycled Art, Shoebox

Oct/02/2006
Vivian Peritts uses heart silhouette punches in unique ways to embellish scrapbook pages and other paper crafts. Then meet Brian Jewitt, an artist who recycles everyday objects like tickets and water hoses to create art. Finally, join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox, where she finds characters made of chenille stems, a variety of note cards, and much more.

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996 :16x06 - Spray Batik Scarf, Coppersmith Vessels, Beaded Hardware Cloth Bracelet

Oct/02/2006
First, Carol is crafting with hardware cloth again--this time she makes a beautiful beaded bracelet. Then meet artist Darlys Ewoldt, who creates copper vessels. Finally, Tim Holtz uses spray batik to create a one-of-a-kind scarf.

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997 :16x07 - Bandana Decor, Denim Paper Pins, Shoebox

Oct/03/2006
Pat DeSantis introduces us to some of the limitless ways you can use bandanas in your decor. Then viewer guest Kate Podwolsky joins us to create her denim paper pins. Finally, Carol takes a peek inside the Shoebox.

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998 :16x08 - Dalmatian/Hydrant Fountain, Beaded Leather Belt

Oct/03/2006
Kriss Weber is back with us to make a dalmatian and fire hydrant fountain. Then Kari Lee returns to create a beautiful beaded leather belt.

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999 :16x09 - Canvas Leaves, Watercolor Background Techniques, Shoebox

Oct/04/2006
Bunny DeLorie creates leaves out of...canvas! Then Julia Andrus shares some watercolor background techniques. Finally, join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.

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1000 :16x10 - Tooth Fairy Container, Glass Artist, Leafy Party Decor

Oct/04/2006
Sandi Reinke is the "leaf of the party" with her leaf bowl and veggie-vase centerpiece. Then meet glass artist Kent Kahlen. Next, Becky Meverden helps you get ready for a visit from the tooth fairy with a special container just for little toothy treasures.

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1001 :16x11 - Medieval Key Wall Art, Polymer Clay Carved Bead, Sculptor

Oct/05/2006
Clay queen Donna Kato joins us to make carved beads out of polymer clay. Then meet Tom Belloni, artist of mixed-media wall sculptures. Finally, Kristy McNeil creates a faux medieval key wall art.

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1002 :16x12 - Stylish Stamped Bag, Wood Collage Artist, Cat-In-The-Box Card

Oct/05/2006
Mary O'Neil crafts up a clever cat-in-the-box card. Then meet Susan Woods--aptly named because she is a wood collage artist. Finally, Dee Gruenig is back to make a stylish stamped bag.


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1003 :16x13 - Game Piece Gameboard, More Altered Books

Oct/06/2006
Beth Cote is back with more fantastic altered books. Then Joyce Hazen creates a game piece game board.

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1004 :16x14 - Laced Candle Stands, Soft Sculpture Artists, Scrap-Happy Products

Oct/06/2006
Jana Ewy creates beautiful laced candle stands. Then meet sculptors Susan and Kelly Nolan, creators of life-sized soft sculptures. Then join Carol for a look at some scrap-happy products.

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1005 :16x15 - Chenille Purse, Fused Glass Masks, Mayo Jar Votive

Oct/09/2006
Ellen Allen recycles a mayonnaise jar into a cute candle votive. Then meet Shawn Athari, a fused glass mask artist. Finally, Jeen Brown creates the girl's-best-friend, a purse--this time in braided chenille.

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1006 :16x16 - Scrap-Fabric Knitted Purses, Punch Metal Frame

Oct/09/2006
With some scraps of fabric and a simple design, Vicki Payne crafts a fashionable and fun purse you will want to make for yourself or to give as a gift. Then Suzanne McNeill creates a charming frame out of tin punch metal and aluminum tooling foil.

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1007 :16x17 - Quirky Sitting Ladies, Felt Cat Pin, Shoebox

Oct/09/2006
Felt artist and author Salley Mavor creates a colorful felt cat pin with embroidered details. Designer Joey Heiberg will reveal the secrets of her Quirky Sitting Ladies--metal flashing, paint, and a lot of imagination. These ladies remind us not to take life so seriously, with statements such as "Queen of Denial" painted on their purses. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1008 :16x18 - Sewing Kit/Organizer, Luminescent Sculptures, Clay Curtain Tiebacks

Oct/11/2006
Emi Fukushima makes a large hollow bead out of polymer clay and uses it to decorate a curtain tieback. Artist William Leslie follows the flow of life’s energy to create his amazing wood-and-paper light sculptures. Then, Diana Cates shares a clever way to turn some simple placemats into a one-of-a-kind sewing kit.

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1009 :16x19 - Retro Lunchbox Clock, Fringed Charm Bracelet, Shoebox

Oct/11/2006
Do you remember the old metal lunchboxes we took to school? Guest Cheryl Ball transforms one into a retro lunchbox clock. Lynda Musante illustrates the steps to making a fringed charm bracelet. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1010 :16x20 - Crochet/Fabric Combo, Mica Trivet Frame

Oct/12/2006
Wooden dowels painted to look like metal plus amber mica sheets produce a unique picture frame, thanks to the creative insight of Monica Heeren. Then Candi Jensen shows you how to kick your crochet projects up a notch by combining crocheted pieces and colorful fabric--you can create beautiful dresses, blankets and more that are truly unique.

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1011 :16x21 - Desk Organizer Clock, Knot Card

Oct/12/2006
You’ll really get your knickers in a knot over this inventive card. Karen Thomas combines her paper-folding prowess and her cardmaking capabilities to create a truly unique greeting card. Then be organized and be on time! Chris Wallace fashions a handsome desk organizer clock that all of your colleagues will want too!

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1012 :16x22 - No-Sew Containers, Female Porcelain Vessels, Jazzy Products

Oct/13/2006
With pre-made fabric squares and a little ingenuity, Lynne Farris whips up some containers that require no sewing. Then meet ceramicist Carol Sils, whose "Shi hu" series of teapots celebrates the myriad aspects of womanhood through nonfunctional, gilded sculptures. Then Carol unveils groovy gizmos and marvelous materials sure to rev up your creative engines.

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1013 :16x23 - Clay Inlay Boxes, Pam's Recycled Album Cover Tote

Oct/13/2006
Guest Anne Igou shines a little light on her process of making a shimmering, gorgeous keepsake box. She inlays iridescent powder into clay and finishes it off with copper tape. Very classy! Then get your crafting really rocking with an offbeat travel tote Carol makes from an album cover

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1014 :16x24 - Polymer Clay Acrobat, Reflective Scrapbook Images

Oct/16/2006
Judy Belcher makes an old-fashioned acrobat toy using polymer clay. Then Michele Gerbrandt is back with some innovative ideas for making your next scrapbook page truly one of a kind. She demonstrates how to create mirror or reflective images that really fool the eye!


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1015 :16x25 - Porcelain Clay Dogwoods, Chasing and Repousse Artist, Shoebox

Oct/16/2006
No oven? No pasta machine? No problem. Linda Welsh-Peterson uses a no-bake, no-condition clay to create a gorgeous dogwood flower. Then meet New York artist Valentin Yotkov, who keeps two ancient metalwork design techniques alive: chasing and repousse. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1016 :16x26 - Beaded Bead, Miniature Porcelain Dolls, Shoebox

Oct/17/2006
Beads are the staple of many jewelry designs--now you can create large beads by stringing together many smaller beads. Evette Potts joins us to reveal the secrets of the beaded bead. Then meet miniatures artist Fern Vasi, who relies on her dreams and the people she meets to create her meticulously detailed, one-inch-scale miniature dolls. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.

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1017 :16x27 - Rubber Band Stamped Scarf, Illuminated Art, Fabric Envelopes, Shoebox

Oct/17/2006
Michelle Newman decorates a scarf using a stamp made with rubber bands wrapped around an acrylic block. Then meet artist John Kilduff, who creates "plein air" painted landscapes that break through the borders of his canvas with mixed-media additions, like working street lights. Are you tired of sending and receiving your greetings in plain old envelopes? Guest Rose Scharmen has a solution--make the envelopes from fabric! The possibilities are endless. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.


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1018 :16x28 - Picture Frame Purses, Woodturning and Pebble Mosaics, Tag Journal

Sep/20/2007
Debba Haupert turns two acrylic picture frames into a stylish purse and embellishes it with a beautiful beaded handle. Be the first on your block to make one and start a trend! Woodturner Bill Haskell uses 21st Century technology to create beautiful turned vessels. Card stock sale tags have many uses in crafting, and now Carol has dreamed up a handsome art journal that incorporates plain tags and your creativity.

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1019 :16x29 - Polymer Clay Jar Topper, Luxurious Scarf, Inlaid Metal Woodturning

Oct/18/2006
With a little silk and satin, Carol creates a luxurious scarf that is sure to turn a few heads. Woodturner Al Sils creates Asian-inspired vessels that juxtapose the beauty of natural wood grains with gold, silver, and copper inlays. Viewer guest Bonnie Willey uses polymer clay to decorate the lid of a jar with flowers, bees and dragonflies.


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1020 :16x30 - Timeworn Gift Boxes, Polymer Clay Floral Pendant, Photos That Swing

Oct/19/2006
Donna Kato makes a beautiful floral pendant out of polymer clay. Then, small gift boxes that are made to look aged with inks and stamps, and finished with a wax seal--this is the perfect way to give a gift with a great presentation. Paula Montgomery leads the lesson. Finally, it’s not magic, but it is a striking way to lift your photos off the scrapbook page and display them by suspending them in mid-air. Carol shares how.

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1021 :16x31 - Scrapping Stencil Tricks, Polymer Clay Embellished Pillow, Cameo-Etched Glass

Oct/19/2006
Barbara McGuire decorates a throw pillow with an image printed on fabric and polymer clay embellishments. Then meet Laguna Beach glass artist John Barber, who is reviving the forgotten Third Century Chinese art of cameo etching glass. The results are beautiful hand-blown vases. Finally, Tricia Morris shows unique ways to utilize stencils in your scrapbook pages.


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1022 :16x32 - Rust Art Paper Book Cover, Ribbon Flower Topiary

Oct/04/2007
Suzanne McNeill shows how to create wonderful looking paper with unique rust patterns, and then uses it to decorate a book cover. Then Helen Gibb makes an assortment of ribbon flowers and arranges them into a topiary.

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1023 :16x33 - Fruity Confetti Eggs, Copper Card, Sticky Situation Transfer

Oct/20/2006
Jana Ewy uses copper and silver embossing metals to make gorgeous cards. Eggs that are meant to be broken? You bet! Viewer Guest Peggy Noguera fills eggs with confetti and paints them to look like fruit. Then, she encourages you to break them over your friends' heads! All in good fun. Finally, Carol’s in "Carol’s Corner" using plain packing tape as an effective way to transfer an image.


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1024 :16x34 - Embossed Metal Bead Necklace, Polymer Clay Mosaic Candle Holder

Oct/23/2006
Elaine Woodhouse uses embossing metals and a variety of decorating techniques to craft metal beads and then strings them into a necklace. Then Ann Mitchell uses polymer clay mosaics to give a plain wooden candle holder a new look.


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1025 :16x35 - Dog House Magnets, Veggie-Form Ceramics, Paper Sack Gift Bags

Oct/23/2006
Becky Meverden creates a blast-from-the-past family refrigerator set! Then meet ceramicist Randall Au creates original plaster molds from ordinary vegetables that he uses to slip-cast whimsical teapots. Finally, Carol shares ideas on designing decorative gift bags from plain paper sacks.


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1026 :16x36 - Image Transfer Pendant, Hand-Cut Crystal, Note Card Bonanza

Oct/25/2007
Beckah Krahula shows us how to transfer a photocopied image to a round polymer clay bead and turns it into a pendant. Then meet Bohemian immigrant Kurt Strobach, who is keeping the work of his forefathers alive by painstakingly hand cutting and polishing crystal artwork. Finally, Carol shows how you can create quick cards for any occasion using images from simple note pads.


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1027 :16x37 - Woodland Iris, Functional Art Pottery, Beaded Zebra Purse

Oct/24/2006
A rustic plank gets a new life with some colorful paint. Priscilla Hauser shows a few simple brush stroke techniques you can use to add a splash of color to almost any surface. Then meet potter Andy Howarth, who creates functional, modular sculptures that can be rearranged to create different artistic looks. It’s "sa-fari," so good, as Linda Welsh-Peterson goes wild with beads, making a stylish yet simple zebra striped purse.


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1028 :16x38 - Mint Tin Beauty Kit, Honey Bear Doll, Glass and Cement Menagerie

Oct/25/2006
Jeen Brown makes an adorable stuffed honey bear doll. Then meet Laguna Beach artist Michele Taylor, who combines her love of metalwork and glass-blowing to create one-of-a-kind glass mosaic wild animal sculptures. Finally, Ellen Allan crafts a beauty kit out of a mint tin, and shows a few other inspiring designs!


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1029 :16x39 - Terra Cotta Scarecrow, Woven Wall Art, Shoebox: Recycled Crafts

Oct/25/2006
The queen of terra cotta, Kriss Weber, reveals the details of her terra cotta scarecrow. It makes an adorable addition to your garden. In fact, it’s so cute, it may not scare anything! San Diego basket weaver Susan Roberts lets nature be her guide as she creates wild woven wall art. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox where she finds some very clever recycling crafts, including 2-liter-bottle apple pencil holders, fabric note cards and plants made from old mini blinds!


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1030 :16x40 - Duct Tape Wallet, Wildlife Gemstone Gourds, Paper Lanterns

Sep/13/2007
Mary O’Neil makes a terrific wallet out of duct tape and embossed velvet. Gourd artist Denise Meyers creates exquisitely detailed, hand-painted wildlife gourds, with a special touch: ground gemstone embellishments! Then, Carol and friends give plain paper lanterns a colorful facelift with tissue paper cutouts and glue.

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1031 :16x41 - Shadowbox Hibiscus, Funky Denim Handbag, Fun Products

Oct/26/2006
Michael Strong always does amazing things with paper, but for his handsome hibiscus, he also enlists the help of a humble cotton swab! Mary Lynn gives a denim bag a whole new look, and Carol shares items from stamps to rotary cutters that will make crafting even more fun.

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1032 :16x42 - Japanese Rain Doll, Nature Inspired Candles

Oct/27/2006
Using some pre-made candles, wax and a lot of great ideas from super-crafter Vivian Peritts, you too can create your own nature inspired candles. Emi Fukushima uses decorative paper and an empty cardboard tube filled with rice to create a Japanese rain doll.


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1033 :16x43 - Clay Transfer Window Votives, Photograph Bracelet

Oct/30/2006
Karen Mitchell illuminates us with the techniques for creating polymer clay transfer windows. When used to create a beautiful votive holder, the result is truly eye catching. Then Carol shows a delightful way to wear jewelry and show off photos of the family at the same time by crafting wearable keepsakes.


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1034 :16x44 - Carved Eraser Stamps, Senior Clay Folks, Altered Scrapbooks

Oct/30/2006
Mary O'Neil shows how to carve images on erasers and uses them to stamp a greeting card. Then Chicago sculptor Dominic Zinanni has an unusual muse: the faces of senior citizens. He celebrates the wiser generation through his polymer clay figures. Finally, Tim Holtz takes inspiration from the wonderful world of altered books to create his altered scrapbook pages!


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1035 :16x45 - Tin Can Pincushions, Mounted Painted Bottles, Shoebox

Oct/31/2006
Helen Gibb transforms an empty tin can into a beautiful pincushion adorned with ribbon flowers and lace. Broom holders aren’t just for brooms anymore. Cheryl Ball combines them with painted bottles for a wall hanging that can also be used as a vase. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.


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1036 :16x46 - Beaded T-Shirt, Ceremonial Teapots, Bookalicious Books

Oct/31/2006
An old white tee gets a whole new lease on life. Ana Araujo demonstrates some simple techniques for creating a cute and stylish T-shirt. Santa Barbara sculptor Brent Hill has been making his elaborate, nonfunctional teapots since high school, and it’s no surprise, as each one is a masterpiece. Then Carol reveals some interesting book titles whose projects just might encourage and enhance your crafting.


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1037 :16x47 - Jeweled Bracelet, Clay Business Card Holder, Sawdust Art Festival

Nov/01/2006
Lisa Pavelka uses polymer clay and rubber stamps to decorate a business card holder with a raised surface design. Then meet Janine Daniels, Dion Wright and Nikolai Erngren at the Laguna Beach Sawdust Festival, a nonprofit, educational, family friendly annual celebration of all artistic mediums. Lastly, Mabeline Gidez uses wire and colorful beads to make a beautiful jeweled wreath that can be turned into a bracelet, necklace, wall hanging and more!


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1038 :16x48 - Embellished Gourd, No-Bake Paste Papers

Nov/01/2006
Michelle Newman transforms a gourd into a beautiful decorative bowl. Then Julia Andrus creates easy paste papers and uses them to embellish scrapbook pages.


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1039 :16x49 - Simple Swing, Cement and Glass "Paintings", Shoebox

Unaired
Jennifer Ferguson crafts a simple backyard swing and decorates it with stencils! Venice Beach mixed media artist Laddie John Dill’s unique technique of trapping pigmented cement under plate glass results in amazing wall-sized artwork. Then join Carol for a look inside the Shoebox.


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1040 :16x50 - Easy Clay Cane Bracelet, Punched Up Punch Art, Filigree Eggs

Nov/02/2006
Give your next scrapbook project a real punch! Michele Gerbrandt reveals how easy it is to punch up your punches with colored pencils, watercolors and more. Master egg artist Carol Ganzi creates scrupulously detailed and decorated filigree eggs in all shapes and sizes. Kim Cavender shows us easy polymer clay techniques to make a stylish and colorful bracelet.


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1041 :16x51 - Felted Pillow, Leather Jewelry Set

Nov/02/2006
Lynne Farris transforms an old wool sweater into a cute and crafty pillow. She also gives us some great tips on felted embellishments. Kari Lee makes a beaded leather choker with coordinating earrings.


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1042 :16x52 - Clay/Canvas Wall Hanging, Beveled Glass Boxes, Tick Tock Face Clock

Nov/03/2006
Barbara McGuire shares techniques for decorating a canvas with ink and polymer clay. Chicago glass cutter Robert Stewart uses traditional tools to create his exquisite hand-cut and beveled glass treasure boxes. Carol shows you how to give a plain clock's face a makeover by adding expressive images of a loved one.


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1043 :16x53 - Wire Embossed Mirror, Black and White Boxes, Wild Fiber Animals

Nov/03/2006
Sometimes in the craft world color isn’t necessary. Grace Taormina proves this with simple yet elegant black and white boxes. The vivacious spirit of artist Robina Alston shines through in her jungle animal artwork, embellished with wild fibers. Guest Monica Heeren creates a beautiful and unique mirror using mica and wire.

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1044 :16x54 - Travel Games, Embellished Crochet Work, Shoebox

Nov/06/2006
Finding it difficult to keep the young ones occupied on trips without making a mess? Sandi Genovese has a solution--magnetic versions of classic games like checkers and tic-tac-toe. Why stop once your crocheted piece is done? Candi Jensen shares some simple and sensational embellishing techniques to give your next crocheted piece a little flair. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.


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1045 :16x55 - Mizuhiki Flower, Hand-Carved Wood Giraffe, Shoebox

Nov/06/2006
Karen Thomas shows off her flower power by transforming bright and colorful Mizuhiki cord into a beautiful flower you can turn into a pin or use as an embellishment. Former engineer and current wood carver Tom Benson captures the sometimes-irreverent side of wild animals with his hand-carved artwork. Finally, join Carol for a look into the Shoebox.


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Season 17

1046 :17x01 - Scrapbook Page Card, Sculptures, Shoebox

Nov/07/2006
First Dee Gruenig creates a scrapbook page card. Then meet artist Gene Schklair who creates figures with plaster gauze. Finally, peek into the Shoebox with Carol.

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1047 :17x02 - Terra Cotta Elephant

Nov/07/2006
Kriss Weber creates a charming garden elephant out of terra cotta pots, and Michelle Ross crafts whimsical fish for a polymer clay fish mobile.

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1048 :17x03 - Polymer Clay Image Transfer Pendant, Tag Journal

Unaired
Donna Kato creates an image-transfer polymer clay pendant, and Tim Holtz makes a charming tag journal.

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1049 :17x04 - Interchangeable Earrings, Functional Glass Art, Dish Towel Aprons

Nov/08/2006
First, Jeen Brown makes unique aprons out of dish towels. Then meet an artist who creates kiln-formed functional glass pieces. Finally, see how Evette Potts makes interchangeable earrings.

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1050 :17x05 - Kids' Plush Book, Shadowbox Art

Nov/09/2006
Lynne Farris makes a plush kids' book, and Shirley Rufener shares the art of creating shadowboxes.

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1051 :17x06 - Shimmer Glass Mosaic, Altered Board Books

Nov/09/2006
Jami King creates a shimmering glass mosaic, and Beth Cote is back to share more from the world of altered books.

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1052 :17x07 - Leather-Like Pillows, Cinnabar and Jade Tin, Shoebox

Sep/06/2007
Lisa Pavelka makes an elegant polymer clay cinnabar and jade tin, and then Bunny Delorie makes beautiful painted canvas pillows. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1053 :17x08 - Asian Pop-Out Lantern, Found Object Birdhouses, Coffee Filter Yo-Yo's

Nov/10/2006
Joyce Hazen creates a unique paper Asian pop-out lantern. Then meet an artist who creates birdhouses out of found objects. Lastly, Carol makes paper yo-yo's out of coffee filters!

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1054 :17x09 - Clay Lion, Chalked Art Tile, Crackle Pyramid Bowls

Nov/13/2006
Laure'l Silverberg embellishes her chalked art tile design with seashells. Paul Willsea and Carol O'Brien create beautiful crackle pyramid bowls—inspired by architecture. Gale Hartmann transforms polymer clay into an adorable clay lion!

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1055 :17x10 - Clay Pins, Reversible Scrapbook Page, Glass Orchid

Nov/13/2006
Tricia Morris suspends tags/cards from ribbon/wire/string to make a reversible scrapbook page. Then Margaret Neher creates realistic-looking orchids out of glass. Bob Wiley integrates woods shapes with polymer clay to design his handsome faux wood inlay pin.

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1056 :17x11 - Painted Parasol, Steel Sculptures, New Products: Stickers

Nov/16/2006
Sheila Rauen makes a pretty painted parasol. Then meet artist Elon Ebanks who makes steel sculptures, and join Carol for a look at new stickers.

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1057 :17x12 - Travel Candles, Polymer Clay Ring Holder, Shoebox

Unaired
Vivian Peritts makes travel candles, and Michelle Ross makes a polymer clay ring holder. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1058 :17x13 - Asian Box Purse, Crystal Glaze Pottery, Goblet Charms

Nov/15/2006
Emi Fukushima makes an Asian box purse, and we visit the wizard of clay pottery. Lastly, Carol makes some beaded goblet charms.

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1059 :17x14 - Painted Rock Garden, Photo Album, Rooster Teapots

Nov/15/2006
Mike Strong makes a flip-fold photo album, and then meet artist Gary Cohen who makes rooster teapots. Finally, Lin Wellford makes a painted rock garden.

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1060 :17x15 - Convertible Necklace, Glass Mermaid Paperweight, Shoebox

Nov/16/2006
Sharilyn Miller makes a convertible necklace, and artist Wendy Gilvey makes a glass mermaid paperweight. Then join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1061 :17x16 - Mixed Media Vase, Coffee Filter Kimonos, Shoebox

Nov/16/2006
Lynda Musante creates a mixed-media vase, and artist Lucy Matzger makes coffee-filter kimonos. Finally, join Carol for another peek into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1062 :17x17 - Botanical Journal Cover, Jewelry, Origami Shoes

Nov/17/2006
Sandi Reinke makes a botanical journal cover, and meet artist Ann Biederman, who makes goldsmithed jewelry. Finally, expert paper crafter Karen Thomas makes origami shoes!

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1063 :17x18 - Palm Tree Purse, Velvet Roses, Sculptor

Nov/17/2006
Mary O'Neil makes velvet roses, and then meet artist Cheryl D. Cooper, who sculpts with terra cotta. Finally, Priscilla Hauser makes a pretty palm tree purse.

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1064 :17x19 - No-Knit Scarf, Wall Hangings, Quilled Under Glass

Nov/18/2006
Pat DeSantis makes a no-knit scarf, and artist Charles Bronson makes copper wall hangings. Then Carol makes a quilled project under glass.

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1065 :17x20 - Bracelet Watches, Easy Ensemble, Shoebox

Oct/11/2007
Judy Belcher makes beads out of polymer clay and then strings the beads into a beautiful watch. Then Sandra McCall uses rubber stamps to embellish a pretty cami set for a special outfit. Finally, join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox, where she finds a patio turned into a giant gameboard, some pens dressed up to look like people, and cards made out of the scraps leftover from using decorative-edge scissors.


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1066 :17x21 - Needle-Felted Puppy, Candle Wraps

Dec/19/2006
Sandi Genovese creates unique candles and coordinating matchboxes using stickers, charms, and ribbon. Then Linda Winter shares how to create a one-of-a-kind needle-felted puppy using this hot technique and clumps of fleece!

Source: HGTV

1067 :17x22 - Polka-Dot Polymer Clay Bracelet, Photo Mosaic Page

Dec/19/2006
Donna Kato makes a polka-dot clay bracelet, and Michelle Gerbrandt shares some scrapbooking how-to with a photo-embedded mosaic page. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1068 :17x23 - Piano Hinge Book, Wax Resist Scarf

Dec/20/2006
Michelle Newman creates a wax-resist scarf, and Elizabeth Dunn crafts a piano-hinge book.

Source: HGTV

1069 :17x24 - Ribbon Vanity Set, Glass Nugget Frame

Dec/20/2006
Helen Gibb is back with more of her ribbon-flower talent--this time making a ribbon vanity set. Then Vicki Payne joins us to make a glass nugget frame.

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1070 :17x25 - Brayer Embossed Mirror, 3-D Wood Paintings, Hardware Cloth Sun Catcher

Dec/21/2006
First, Carol makes a hardware cloth sun catcher. Then the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Alyson Souza, an artist who makes wooden 3-D paintings. Finally, Tim Holtz makes a brayer-embossed mirror.

Source: HGTV

1071 :17x26 - Leather Desk Set, Bamboo Brass Bookmarks

Dec/21/2006
Kari Lee makes a leather desk set, and Elaine Woodhouse crafts a bamboo garden brass bookmark.

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1072 :17x27 - Wire and Mica Fish Mobile, Blown Glass Vases, Shoebox

Dec/22/2006
Monica Heeren makes a wire and mica fish mobile. Then meet artist Tim Lazer, who creates blown glass vases. Finally, join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1073 :17x28 - Liquid Clay Purse, Needle-Felted Sock Monkey

Dec/22/2006
Karen Mitchell makes a liquid clay purse, and Ellen Allan shares how to make a needle-felted sock monkey.

Source: HGTV

1074 :17x29 - Daisy Chain Bracelet, Cherry Paper Towel Holder

Dec/26/2006
Jen Ferguson stencils a fresh cherries paper towel holder, and Mabeline Gidez makes a beaded daisy chain bracelet.

Source: HGTV

1075 :17x30 - Bird's Nest Votive, Whimsical Garden Ceramics, Craft Kits

Dec/26/2006
Monica Heeren makes a wire and mica bird's nest votive holder, and then meet artist Jolee Pink who makes whimsical garden ceramics. Then join Carol for a look as some great craft kits.

Source: HGTV

1076 :17x31 - Crochet Flowers, Crochet Necklace, Photo Pocket Journal

Dec/27/2006
Candi Jensen makes pretty little crochet flowers you can use to embellish a variety of projects, or yourself! Then she makes a crochet necklace. Lastly, Dana DeCicco makes pocket-folder photo journals.

Source: HGTV

1077 :17x32 - Polymer Clay Embellished Journal, Stained Glass Cityscapes, Shoebox

Dec/27/2006
Maureen Carlson makes a journal embellished with polymer clay. Then meet artist Nancy Nicholson who makes stained-glass cityscapes. Finally, join Carol for a peek inside the Shoebox for polymer clay jewelry and a crochet tip.

Source: HGTV

1078 :17x33 - Silver Clay Box, Shaker Box Beachy Scrapbook Page

Dec/28/2006
Sherri Haab uses silver metal clay and other clays to make a pretty little trinket box, and Wendy Hudnall shares a scrapbooking layout perfect for preserving beach memories, plus a bonus shaker box technique.

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1079 :17x34 - Wool Penny Rug, Five Rectangle Kitted Sweater, Wooden Theme Boxes

Sep/27/2007
First, Carol shares Lynne Foster's five-rectangle knitted baby sweater technique. Then meet artist Richard Rothbard, who makes unique themed wooden boxes. Finally, guest Lisa Brooke makes a felted wool penny rug featuring roosters and flowers.

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1080 :17x35 - Dyed Velvet Scarf, Faux Finished Nested Origami Boxes

Dec/28/2006
Mary O'Neil is back with velvet--this time using a unique dye technique to make a pretty scarf. Then Julia Andrus makes three nested origami boxes out of luminous hand-finished papers.

Source: HGTV

1081 :17x36 - Painted Grape Vase, Butterfly Napkin Ring and Napkin

Jan/02/2007
Priscilla Hauser paints a pretty grape design on a vase, and Debba Haupert uses sheet metal and decals to create pretty butterfly napkins and napkin rings.

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1082 :17x37 - Rope and Paper Placemats, Art in Leather, Alligator Back Massagers

Jan/02/2007
First, guest Sandi Reinke is back to make placemats out of rope and paper. Then meet artist Peter Main, who makes art out of leather. Finally, Linda Peterson makes fun alligator back massagers.

Source: HGTV

1083 :17x38 - Terra Cotta Tree Lamp, Wine Glass Charms

Jan/03/2007
Kriss Weber makes a terra cotta tree lamp, and Judy Belcher makes wine glass charms.

Source: HGTV

1084 :17x39 - Flag Flip Book, Handmade Fabric Wall Hangings, Shoebox

Jan/03/2007
Tricia Morris makes a flag flip book, and then meet an artist who creates fabric wall hangings. Finally, join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1085 :17x40 - Domino Diaries, Battenburg Flowers

Jan/04/2007
Tim Holtz makes domino diaries, and Jeen Brown makes beautiful battenburg flowers.

Source: HGTV

1086 :17x41 - Needle Felted Seascapes, Skinny Letter Stationery

Jan/04/2007
needle-felted seascapes, and Carol shares how to make skinny letter stationery.

Source: HGTV

1087 :17x42 - Vintage Inspired Sachet, Art Dollscapes, Great Craft Products

Jan/05/2007
Helen Gibb creates a pretty vintage-looking sachet. Meet artist Caroline Barnard, who creates art dollscapes, and then join Carol for a look at some great craft products.

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1088 :17x43 - Altered Book Covers, Multiple Glaze Teapots, Shoebox

Jan/05/2007
Beth Cote creates altered book covers, and then meet Halona Gustin, an artist who makes multiple glazed teapots. Finally, Join Carol for a look inside the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1089 :17x44 - No-Sew Woven Pillow, Wood Collage, Shoebox

Jan/08/2007
Kari Lee makes a no-sew woven leather pillow, and then meet artist George Wazenegger, who creates wood collage art. Finally, join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1090 :17x45 - Pillow Pals, Koi Pots, Shoebox

Jan/08/2007
Ana Araujo makes fun pillow pals, and artist Bruce Tomkinson makes pretty Koi pots. Then join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1091 :17x46 - Elegant Asian Pillow, Frames, Shoebox

Jan/09/2007
Pat DeSantis makes an elegant Asian pillow, and Suze Weinberg makes charming frames. Lastly, join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1092 :17x47 - Mosaic Vase Plaque, Pocketful of Posies Tote

Jan/09/2007
Fran Seiford makes a mosaic vase plaque, and Sheila Rauen makes a cute "pocketful of posies" tote bag, perfect for summer.


Source: HGTV

1093 :17x48 - Clay Kitty Votive, Recycled Photo Techniques

Jan/10/2007
Becky Meverden makes a cute clay kitty votive, and Vivian Peritts shares some photo-recycling techniques.

Source: HGTV

1094 :17x49 - Clay Wall Hanging, Cross Stitch 101

Jan/10/2007
Emi Fukushima makes a unique polymer clay wall hanging, and then Susan Greening Davis shares a cross stitch primer.

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1095 :17x50 - Delft Tile Card, Bio Sculptures, Waxed Paper Dolls

Jan/11/2007
Mike Strong makes a Delft tile card, and then meet artist Danny Salzhandler, who makes metal bio sculptures that house living creatures! Finally, join Carol to make waxed paper dolls.

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1096 :17x51 - Altered Zip and Flip Book, Foam Pear Plaque

Jan/11/2007
Cherryl Greene makes an altered zip-and-flip book, and Koren Russell makes a pear plaque.

Source: HGTV

1097 :17x52 - Porcelain Rose Pin, Folded Crane Card

Jan/12/2007
Karen Thomas is back with an origami folded crane card, and Linda Peterson makes a beautiful porcelain rose pin.

Source: HGTV

1098 :17x53 - Pillow Bead Bracelet, New Craft Products, Shoebox

Jan/12/2007
Michelle Ross makes a pillow bead bracelet. Then join Carol for an update on some great craft products and a peek inside the Shoebox.

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1099 :17x54 - Clay Boxes, Metal Sculptures, Animal Scrapbook

Jan/15/2007
Lisa Pavelka makes crafty clay boxes, and then meet artist Rick Hartner, who makes metal sculptures. Then Michelle Gerbrandt makes a moving animal scrapbook page, and finally join Carol for a peek inside her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1100 :17x55 - Vellum Tag Card, Embossed Velvet Purse

Oct/18/2007
Dee Gruenig makes a vellum pocket tag card, and Mary O'Neil is embossing velvet again--this time on a pretty purse.

Source: HGTV

1101 :17x56 - Beeswax Collage, Ceramic Wish Boxes, Shoebox

Jan/16/2007
Claudine Hellmuth demonstrates a beeswax collage technique, and then meet artists Michael and Christine Adcock, who make ceramic wish boxes. Finally join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1102 :17x57 - Pocket Pouch Organizer, Stained Glass Vase

Jan/16/2007
Ann Mitchell makes a polymer clay stained glass vase, and artist Tony Natsoulas makes some humorous ceramic busts. Ellen Allen finishes up with a pocket pouch organizer.

Source: HGTV

1103 :17x58 - Embellished Corset Purse, Polymer Clay Fish Lamp

Jan/17/2007
Becky Meverden makes a cute polymer clay fish lamp, and Mary Lynn Maloney makes a sassy corset purse.

Source: HGTV

1104 :17x59 - Underwater Quilling, Dichroic Glass Mobiles, Great Craft Books

Jan/17/2007
Jacqueline Lee shares an underwater quilling project, and artist Cherrie LaPorte makes dichroic glass mobiles. Finally, Carol's back with some great craft books.

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1105 :17x60 - Secret Compartment Purse, Folk Art Foam Cat

Jan/18/2007
Lynda Musante makes a clever secret-compartment purse, and Basha Kooler-Hanner uses plastic foam to make a folk art cat.

Source: HGTV

Season 18

1106 :18x01 - Envelope Keepsake Holder, Polymer Clay Daisy Frame

Jan/18/2007
Dee Gruenig combines envelope stamps and pretty pens to make a keepsake holder that is truly one of a kind. Then, Becky Meverden shares how to turn an intricate daisy design into a simple picture frame, complete with adorable worm and butterfly accents.

Source: HGTV

1107 :18x02 - Felted Fiber Art Night Light, Fast-Food Polymer Clay Jewelry

Jan/19/2007
Ellen Allan crafts up a beautiful and unusual night light using felted wool. Then viewer guest Linda Hicks turns polymer clay into fun fast-food jewelry--a miniature pizza and hot dog earrings.

Source: HGTV

1108 :18x03 - Glass Garden Birdhouse, Chalk Talk: Greeting Cards, Sand-Carved Petroglyphs

Jan/22/2007
Vicki Payne proves that you don’t have to be a glass artist to make a beautiful glass birdhouse. Artist Donald Austin sandblasts replicas of original ancient petroglyphs. Finally, Carol shares a tried-and-true technique for making greeting cards using chalks, which are now available in a rainbow of colors, in sticks (pastels) or squares. The addition of today’s scrapbooking embellishments really brings them up to date.

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1109 :18x04 - Polymer Clay Painted Pendant, Charmingly Retro Purse

Sep/25/2007
Donna Kato uses acrylic paint and polymer clay to create a beautiful pendant. Mary Lynn Maloney gives a plain satin purse charm and style using a unique painting technique and charm embellishments.

Source: HGTV

1110 :18x05 - Rubber Stamped Op-Art Serving Tray, Easy No-Sew Fabric Photo Frame, Wire Angels

Jan/23/2007
Mary O'Neil decorates a plain serving tray with a fascinating rubber stamping technique. Then Grace Taormina makes a no-sew fun fabric photo frame. The simple design makes it very easy to change your photo as often as you like, and it's a snap to make. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox full of wire angels.

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1111 :18x06 - Spiced Up Scarves, 3-D Mosaic Scrapbook Page, Primitive Sculpture

Jan/23/2007
Whether it's store-bought or handmade, Candi Jensen shows how easy it is to spice up those scarves you have sitting in your drawer right now. Michele Gerbrandt makes a three-dimensional mosaic for your scrapbooks using a single photo! David Lain carves a primitive image into stone.

Source: HGTV

1112 :18x07 - Polymer Clay Airbrushed Necklace, Floating Leaf Candleholder. Shoebox

Jan/24/2007
Michelle Ross combines polymer clay and airbrushing to create a beautiful necklace that is fun to make. Then Monica Heeren uses some simple metalworking techniques to create an elegant floating votive. The copper leaf design is finished with a green patina, bringing the lotus flower to life as the candlelight shimmers through the layers of copper mesh and mica. Then join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

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1113 :18x08 - Duffle Bags, At Home With Carol Duvall, Christmas in July Shoebox

Jan/24/2007
Vivian Peritts has a perfect project for kids that combines stamping and simple sewing to make colorful duffle bags. Then join Carol for a trip from the lakefront to the craft room in a behind-the scenes tour of her home and craft space. Finally, a Christmas in July Shoebox to get you started on holiday crafting.

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1114 :18x09 - Polymer Clay Jewelry Holder, Simple Summer Towel Tote, Shoebox: Origami Crafts, Scrabble Tile Crafts

Unaired
Polymer clay is the basis for this fierce and funny jewelry holder by Michelle Ross. Then Lynne Farris introduces a sizzling new summer style and shares how to make a simple towel tote. When heading to the beach or pool, you won't just tuck your towel under your arm anymore! Then join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox for some origami crafts and clever uses for Scrabble letter tiles.

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1115 :18x10 - Pseudo-Dichro Bracelet, Painted Lemon Plate

Jan/25/2007
Tim Holtz uses embossing powders, alcohol inks, and metallic foil to capture the look of dichroic glass pieces for his pseudo-dichro bracelet. Phillip Myer paints a lovely lemon pattern on a beautiful blue plate and shares painting techniques to create luscious lemons.

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1116 :18x11 - Cross-Stitch Plastic Canvas Book Cover, Floating Duct Tape Flower, Knotted Bracelets

Jan/26/2007
First Todd Scott uses Duct tape and wire to make a floating water lily flower. Then Bonnie Willey cross-stitches a book cover made of plastic canvas. Finally Carol creates a variety of knotted, beaded bracelets.

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1117 :18x12 - Stamped Stationery Set, Folk Art Doll Vignettes, More Great Craft Books: Knit, Crochet and More

Jan/26/2007
Mary O'Neil adds funky retro flair to a stamped stationery set. Allen Cunningham creates a Folk Art candy box doll vignette reminiscent of a bygone era. Finally, join Carol for a look at some great knitting, crocheting and image-transfer books.

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1118 :18x13 - Photo Flip Card, Vintage Plaque

Sep/11/2007
Koren Russell combines air-dry clay and craft foam to sculpt a handsome vintage-looking wall plaque. Then Michael Jacobs shares how to create a card that slides and flips by pulling just one tab!

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1119 :18x14 - Flexible Clay Office Gadgets, Transfer Pendant, Functional Wood Sculpture

Jan/29/2007
Mark Sawicki shows us how to make two handy flexible polymer clay office gadgets--an alligator clip using a clothespin and a hand magnet that points out any urgent reminder notes at your desk or on the refrigerator. Suze Weinberg shares a transfer technique using embossing enamel and magazine clippings to create a unique pendant. Alexander Brown creates clam shell bowls and animal benches from single blocks of wood.

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1120 :18x15 - Terra Cotta Pot People, Quilling on the Range

Jan/30/2007
Kriss Weber turns terra cotta pots into creative characters. Jacqueline Lee uses family photos and paper quilling to create a scrapbook page with a whimsical farm theme.

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1121 :18x16 - Artist Trading Cards, Recycled Can Sculpture, Frame Necklace Rack

Jan/30/2007
Cherryl Greene shows us everything we need to know to get started on a new craft craze, artist trading cards. E. Moises Diaz creates relief sculptures from recycles aluminum cans. Karen Mitchell transforms an ordinary plain wooden frame into a decorative necklace rack and mirror using liquid clay.

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1122 :18x17 - Silver Clay Kimono Pendant, Deep Relief Wood Carvings, Orchid Centerpiece

Oct/30/2007
Emi Fukushima uses origami techniques to create a kimono pendant out of silver clay paper. Steven Carouthers creates hand-carved wood sculptures and relief carvings. Terry Rye gives us the basics for floral arranging and creates an exotic orchid centerpiece.

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1123 :18x18 - Cigar Box Purse, Herringbone Pendant

Jan/31/2007
Pat DeSantis gives an ordinary cigar box a style makeover with an assortment of trims, appliques and decorative paper. Wire wrapping and beautiful beads are combined to jewel up a pretty pendant by Mabeline Gidez.

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1124 :18x19 - Embossed Velvet Throw, At Home With Cherryl Greene, Shoebox

Feb/01/2007
Mary O'Neil embosses velvet with a rubber stamp and turns it into a luxurious throw. Cherryl Greene gives us a tour of her craft room and shows us her current projects. Then join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

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1125 :18x20 - Patch Work Altered Book, Cloisonne Enamel Jewelry, Carol's New Craft Products

Feb/01/2007
Robin Knutson creates an altered book with a cutting-edge look using metal tape and microscope slides. Linda Crawford creates a cloisonne pendant made of fine wires and crushed-glass enamel. Then Carol shares some of her favorite new craft products.

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1126 :18x21 - Magic Glove Doll, Carved Clay Eggs, Shoebox

Feb/02/2007
Ana Araujo turns a simple stretchy glove into a darling doll. Karin Swildens carves intricate clay eggs, and Carol takes a dip into the Shoebox to see some unique cardmaking techniques.

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1127 :18x22 - Cloisonne Card, Hand Hooked Rug Art, Porcelain Pretender Beads

Feb/02/2007
Michael Strong's love for recycling, cardmaking and rubber stamping is what inspired his ingenious way to use old magazines to make bold, beautiful cards. By stamping over magazine cut outs, Michael creates the look of cloisonné. Liz Alpert Fay hooks artwork that can be used for rugs, wall art or pillows. Then Sandra McCall gives a plain wooden bead the look of porcelain.

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1128 :18x23 - Teddy Bear Puppet, Victorian Velvet Pillow

Sep/18/2007
John Kennedy shares a fun creative project that completely transforms any regular stuffed teddy bear into a hand-puppet. Helen Gibb creates an elegant Victorian-style pillow out of beautiful velvet and handmade ribbon flowers.

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1129 :18x24 - Layered Scrapbook Lettering, Wood Assemblage Art, Silver Clay Photo Charm

Feb/05/2007
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but master scrapbook designer Michele Gerbrandt shows us how to creatively crop photos to make them truly reflect just one word. Sherri Haab uses silver clay to make a beautiful pure silver picture frame charm. Greg Jaris creates a larger-than-life wood sculpture created from painted and assembled wood.

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1130 :18x25 - Painted Rocks: Hamburger and Fixings, Polymer Clay Altered Art Journal Cover

Feb/06/2007
Lisa Pavelka uses stamped and/or textured polymer clay blocks in patchwork-collage style with photos and metal charms to decorate a plain journal cover. Lin Wellford paints rocks that look good enough to eat! Try her painted rock hamburger with tomato and pickle slices.

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1131 :18x26 - Metal House Light , Polymer Clay Photo Pin

Nov/13/2007
Lisa Galvin transforms a craft slide box into a light tray that truly says, "Home Sweet Home"! She starts by punching a window and door pattern on a metal tin sheet that is backed with light to create a personalized house-shaped light that is perfect for every home. Then Maria Del Pinto frames a favorite photo in polymer clay to create a terrific pin with wire and bead embellishments.

Source: HGTV

1132 :18x27 - Shrink Charm Bookmark, Beaded Transfer Tote, Layered Batik

Feb/07/2007
Fran Seiford uses shrink plastic to create unique charms perfect for this bookmark idea. A plain canvas tote bag becomes a fun and fashionable accessory with image transfers and beads, by Amy Barickman. Terri Haugen creates a beautiful layered batik painting on silk.

Source: HGTV

1133 :18x28 - Foiled Iris Folding Frame, Light Box Paintings, Altered Luggage

Feb/07/2007
Elaine Woodhouse uses metal pieces to create a chic frame with an iris folding technique. Bill Sherwood shares his process for creating reverse paintings on Plexiglas encased in a neon light box. Then Beth Cote shares altered art techniques while she makes a unique piece of altered luggage.

Source: HGTV

1134 :18x29 - Eight-Sided Polymer Clay Box, Layered Felt Wall Sculpture, Shoebox: Paper Clay Pin

Feb/08/2007
Bob Wiley uses polymer clay to create an eight-sided box. Sharron Parker creates exotic handmade felt wall hangings. Then, viewer Marj Shipe tells Carol how to make her unique pin using paper clay, tissue paper and a spoon for a mold!

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1135 :18x30 - Copper Candle Screen, Clay Dragonfly Scrapbook Embellishments

Feb/08/2007
Monica Heeren creates a candle screen using sheets of mica and copper with decorative wire swirls. Linda Peterson brings polymer clay to scrapbooking with her dragonfly scrapbook embellishments.

Source: HGTV

1136 :18x31 - Game Piece Clock, Game Board Book

Unaired
Shirley Rufener uses old game pieces and knick-knacks found around the house to create a fun game piece clock. Then Carol turns an old checker board into a wonderfully fun book of games. A traditional Japanese stab binding keeps everything neat and tidy.

Source: HGTV

1137 :18x32 - Pull-Out Recipe Book, Needle-Sculpted Dolls, Shoebox: Angel Crafts, Recycled Ties and Cans

Feb/09/2007
Joyce Hazen turns colorful rubber-stamped images into three-dimensional pages with hidden pull-out recipes. Dorit Schendzielorz needle sculpts realistic-looking dolls.

Source: HGTV

1138 :18x33 - Origami Gift Bag, Lace Memory Book, Blown Glass Sculpture

Oct/02/2007
Karen Thomas folds her way to an adorable origami gift bag. Artist Ryan Blythe creates an elaborate chandelier from blown glass. Jeen Brown transforms an ordinary photo album using elegant lace and ribbon.

Source: HGTV

1139 :18x34 - Animal Print Bed Tray, Chandelier Crystal Pendant, At Home With Dee Greunig, Shoebox: Papier-Mache Egg

Feb/12/2007
Sandi Reinke turns a plain cupboard door into a paper-embellished decorative bed tray. Elizabeth Dunn uses an ordinary chandelier crystal to create a pretty necklace. Then take a peek inside Dee Greunig's craft room and see some of the stamped projects she created. Finally, Carol pulls a papier-mache Easter egg out of the Shoebox.

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1140 :18x35 - Painted Fabric Purse, Polymer Clay Lampwork Beads, Child Artwork Jewelry

Feb/13/2007
Sandra McCall creates a lined purse accented with painted fabric. Judy Belcher uses polymer clay to replicate handmade glass lampwork beads and strings them together to make a terrific bracelet. Lee Skalkos creates jewelry from children's artwork.

Source: HGTV

1141 :18x36 - Octopus Knick-Knack Container, Safety Pin Jewelry

Feb/13/2007
Becky Meverden shows how to make an outrageously cute octopus using an ordinary glass votive candleholder and polymer clay. With an assortment of glass beads, wire and colored safety pins, Pat Desantis creates two hip and stylish sets of jewelry.

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1142 :18x37 - Photo Brag Book, Papier Mache Figures, Reversible Tote

Feb/14/2007
Everyone loves to brag about their kids and what better way than with pictures! Tricia Morris shows us how to create this photo book that fits perfectly inside its own pouch--and it's all made out of paper! Then Laura Yager makes giant whimsical sculptures out of papier mache. Finally, Carol makes a reversible tote inspired by an expensive raw silk tote.

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1143 :18x38 - Party Theme Votive, Reusable Napkin Ring Place Card, Shoebox: Party Time

Nov/06/2007
Using canning jars and scrap paper, Robin Knutson creates fun votive candle table decorations. Ellen Allen brings us an inventive way to make your next dinner party special with her one-of-a-kind napkin ring place card. Then Carol opens up the Shoebox to find a party inside--and some great party ideas.

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1144 :18x39 - Bread Dough Clay Mobile, Abstract Wood Sculpture, Kitten Slippers

Feb/15/2007
A trip to the kitchen is as far as Carol went to get the ingredients for this trendy little mobile. Cookie cutters, slices of bread, a blender and some white glue make for a fun afternoon of crafting--with a bread dough clay mobile. Leslie Scruggs carves an abstract wood sculpture. Heidi Boyd turns plush fur slippers, a few scraps and pom-poms into a purrr-fectly playful project!

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1145 :18x40 - Stone Cottages, Carved Clay Pots, Shoebox

Feb/15/2007
Lin Wellford turns an ordinary rock into a pretty stone cottage with the help of some fabulous painting techniques. Then Susie Fowler creates clay pots that are pieced together like a puzzle and then carved by hand.

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1146 :18x41 - Baby Keepsake Box, Brushless "Watercolor" Cards

Feb/16/2007
Tim Holtz creates clever cards using a brushless "watercolor" technique. Then Jeen Brown turns a plain box into an adorable baby keepsake box with chenille and cute embellishments.

Source: HGTV

1147 :18x42 - Face Plaque, Scanner Scrapbooking, Shoebox: Christmas Crafts

Feb/16/2007
Maureen Carlson uses polymer clay to create a unique character to hang from your garden wall. Then Pamela Smart arranges and scans mementos and photos on a computer to make a scrapbook page.

Source: HGTV

1148 :18x43 - Crochet-Embellished Couture, Fossil Stone Sculpture, Craft Tools

Feb/19/2007
Candi Jense embellishes ready-to-wear pieces with fun and easy crochet techniques. Artist Damian Priour creates sculptures made from ancient fossil stone and limestone, mixed with glass elements, creating a metaphor for water and sand. Then Carol plays with the latest and greatest craft toys.

Source: HGTV

1149 :18x44 - Nature Journal, Corded Boxes, Meditation Bowls

Oct/09/2007
Debba Haupert transforms a plain sketchbook into a rustic journal using embellishments found in your own backyard. Carol uses colorful paper cords to turn an ordinary box into a wonderful keepsake. She also uses sheets of paper cording to make flowers and frogs to decorate another little box. Artist Greg Vineyard hand-throws little out-of-round bowls used for meditation.

Source: HGTV

1150 :18x45 - Fabulous Felt Flowers, Fossil Frame Treasure Box

Unaired
Lynne Farris sews a complete floral arrangement using rich and colorful felt fabrics to create a vibrant display in just a few easy steps. Fran Seiford uses embossing powders to create a treasure box with a fossil frame.

Source: HGTV

1151 :18x46 - Ribbon Gift Pouch, Pierced Metal Card, Shoebox: Locking Letters, Hubcap Clock, Earring Holder

Unaired
Susan Greening Davis uses basic needlework stitches to create a gift pouch embellished with her magical ribbon work. Elaine Woodhouse adds a personal touch to her cards using a pierced metal design.

Source: HGTV

1152 :18x47 - Beaded Mesh Purse, Handmade Felt Sculptures, Shoebox: Polymer Clay Ornaments

Feb/21/2007
Viewer guest Ann Culpepper fashions a lovely purse from plastic mesh and colorful beads. Then artist Deborah Pope creates fantasy-based characters from handmade felt. Then Carol's Shoebox phone guest shares how to create polymer clay ornaments.

Source: HGTV

1153 :18x48 - Painted Harvest Platter, Glass Moon Box

Oct/23/2007
You’ll be proud to display a plate as pretty as the harvest platter Priscilla Hauser paints up today. Then Vicki Payne brings out the artistic functionality of glass that anyone can achieve in a glamorous glass moon box.

Source: HGTV

1154 :18x49 - Java Time Window Box, Beachy Wire Scrapbook Art, Shoebox Bonanza

Unaired
Jennifer Ferguson creates a clever coffee center using a window box design and simple stenciling techniques. Then Kristi Dailey uses colored wire to create a "day at the beach" scrapbook page. She bends and twists wire to create a palm tree, some fun-shaped clips, and spiral lettering. Then Carol opens up the Shoebox to reveal a variety of characters made out of candy! Plus, a fun and clever spy kit made from pizza boxes.

Source: HGTV

1155 :18x50 - Tea Box Container, Tin Can Flowers, Sea Lights

Unaired
Designer Elizabeth Dunn paints and stamps her way to a pretty container made from an ordinary box of tea. Then Carol creates beautiful flowers from a humble tin can. When painted and placed in a bouquet, it’s hard to believe they started life in the pork and bean section of the grocery store! Then artist George Foster creates metal sealife sculptures that he turns into sconces.

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1156 :18x51 - Funky Knit Purse, Ceramic Tree Sculptures, Round-Your-Wrist Disks

Feb/23/2007
Suss Cousins knits up a fun and funky purse, and artist Bonnie Belt creates functional ceramic tree sculptures. Then Carol Duvall uses bookbinding disks to make a darling charm bracelet. Glass-like tops adorn each of the images to magnify your fun.

Source: HGTV

1157 :18x52 - Folded Photo Box, Bamboo Wall Hanging

Unaired
Tricia Morris folds a paper photo box that holds precious pictures. Origami techniques are used to alter an inexpensive bamboo placemat into an Asian inspired wall hanging by Emi Fukushima.

Source: HGTV

1158 :18x53 - Snakeskin Bangle, Carved Linoleum, Spinning Card

Feb/26/2007
Debbie Jackson shows us how to make a beautiful polymer clay bangle that’s a perfect fit for anyone. Then Gina Livingston Murray creates fine art from remnant linoleum previously used as ink blocks. Finally, Carol creates a card that will have you and the recipient spinning. The focal image--whether it's a sticker, rubber-stamped image or a die-cut--does all the work and you receive all the credit.

Source: HGTV

1159 :18x54 - Glass Mosaic Scrapbook, Handy Snacker

Sep/04/2007
Jami King combines her love for wood and stained glass to make a unique wooden scrapbook. She uses copper wire and glass marbles to add a three-dimensional look to a fanciful cherry vine pattern. Whether this ‘handy’ container holds your finest jewels or a bowl of pretzels is up to you. Carol has a lot of fun making this project, and it’s even more fun if you invite a friend to help you make it.

Source: HGTV

1160 :18x55 - Seed Bead and Polymer Clay Pin, Layered Journal

Unaired
Donna Kato combines polymer clay and colorful seed beads to create a beautiful pin. Then Dee Gruenig uses some clever cutting techniques to create a handsome layered journal.

Source: HGTV

1161 :18x56 - Stacked Candles, Recycled Book Purse

Mar/06/2007
Vivian Peritts stacks up colorful wax discs to create wild and wacky stacked candles. Then Carol shows us recycling at its best...an old book becomes a snappy little handbag!

Source: HGTV

1162 :18x57 - Altered Checkerboard, Tissue Paper Card

Oct/16/2007
Beth Cote creates a handsome altered checkerboard perfect to play on or as an addition to your home decor. Then Pam Beamon creates a unique card by using brightly colored and patterned tissue paper and a simple folding technique. She cuts an organic shaped window on the front of the card to expose fancifully folded tissue papers.

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1163 :18x58 - Rose Jewelry Box, Kaleidoscope Pattern Pendant

Mar/07/2007
Priscilla Hauser paints up a pretty jewelry box adorned with her signature rose. Then Judy Belcher shows us a fascinating technique for making a beautiful kaleidoscope pattern pendant out of polymer clay.

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1164 :18x59 - Marbled Keepsake Box, Multimedia Wall Art, Tempting Textiles

Mar/01/2007
Suze Weinberg shares a quick and easy way to make marble-like keepsake boxes using embossing enamel. Then Charlotte Bird creates a fun wall hanging with dye, stamps and paint.

Source: HGTV

1165 :18x60 - Organic Fiber Floor Mat, Mock Croc Book Cover, Shoebox

Mar/08/2007
Sandi Reinke creates a floor mat using organic fibers. The ever-inventive Bunny Delorie makes handsome faux crocodile to use as a book cover. Then join Carol for a peek into the Shoebox.

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1166 :18x61 - Velvet Flower Accessories, Gone Fishin' Frame, Shoebox

Mar/02/2007
With Mary O'Neil, embossed velvet ribbon blossoms into chic and fun fashion accessories. Linda Peterson uses polymer clay to capture the essence of the great outdoors in a rustic "gone fishin'" frame, and Carol peeks into her Shoebox.

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1167 :18x62 - Ribbon Photo Album, Garden Stationery Set

May/12/2006
Helen Gibb uses handmade ribbon flowers, fabric and trim to create a beautiful cover for a plain photo album. Then Grace Taormina folds, decorates and ties together the perfect complete stationery gift set. The set includes cards in two styles, tags, and a portfolio to hold it all!

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1168 :18x63 - Mini Address Book, Tool Time Clock, Shoebox: Gifts for Dad

Jun/13/2006
Lisa Pavelka gives a plain magnetic address book a polymer clay makeover. Shirley Rufener uses stickers and embossing metal to create a rugged tool-time clock, and Carol peeks into her Shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1169 :18x64 - Terra Cotta Cake Plate, Umbrella Table Planter, Shoebox

Unaired
Kriss Weber constructs the perfect party set all out of terra cotta pots! She builds a cake plate using different-sized pots and saucers to build the stand from the bottom up. She decorates with decals and some simple painting techniques to complete the set. Then Ann Mitchell uses a paper paint tub and a paper towel tube to shape a planter all out of polymer clay! Finally, join Carol for a peek into her Shoebox.

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1170 :18x65 - Fleece Pumpkin Tote, Halloween Costumes: Bacon and Eggs, Lobster

Oct/31/2007
Holly Cleeland makes two quick and easy costumes for kids: first, bacon and eggs and then a cute lobster. Then Ana Araujo makes a pumpkin tote.

Source: HGTV

Season 19

1171 :19x01 - Journal Pages, Botanical Table Decor

Unaired
See how to take journaling to a whole new level when Dee Gruenig joins the show with some inspirational ways to beautify journal pages. Then, guest Sandi Reinke shares her technique for using organic materials such as wheat, leaves and linen bark to create a decorative table runner and coordinating bowl.

Source: HGTV

1172 :19x02 - Asian-Inspired Album Cover, Fabric Dolls, Shoebox

Jun/27/2006
Guest Emi Fukushima adds a variety of crafty Asian-inspired touches to an ordinary album cover. Next, Julie McCullough creates whimsical dolls from beautifully embellished fabrics, then host Carol Duvall opens up the shoebox today to see what crafts viewers have been creating.

Source: HGTV

1173 :19x03 - Silver Artichoke Pendant, Folded Photo Cube

Sep/24/2007
Sherri Haab uses silver clay to make a beautiful pure silver pendant that looks like an elaborate miniature artichoke. Paper magician Karen Thomas is at it again—this time she’s folding her way to a fun and fanciful photo cube.

Source: HGTV

1174 :19x04 - Ribbon Floral Centerpiece, Priscilla's Paint Studio, Shoebox

Jun/29/2006
Guest Helen Gibb shares her creative techniques for making a beautiful floral centerpiece out of colorful ribbon. Skilled artist Priscilla Hauser gives us a behind the scenes tour of her decorative painting studio. Host Carol Duvall peeks into the shoebox to highlight viewer crafts.

Source: HGTV

1175 :19x05 - Marbled Paper Vase, Woven Vinyl Totes, Shoebox

Jun/30/2006
Guest Grace Taormina transforms plain white tissue paper into one-of-a-kind marbleized papers. She layers paint on the tissue paper and squeegees it around for a fun swirled effect. You'll love this "blast from the past" when host Carol Duvall weaves a vinyl tablecloth into a durable tote. See what surprises await Carol today in the shoebox.

Source: HGTV

1176 :19x06 - Sgraffito, Little Wish Book, Needle-Felted Mosaic Postcard

Oct/29/2007
Artist Jan Eckardt draws on damp clay to create intriguing designs on porcelain known as "sgraffito." Maureen Carlson uses clay, wire, and other fun embellishments to make a truly personal journal to record all your wishes. Lynne Farris shows how easy it is the use wool felt and roving to needle-felt a floral mosaic postcard that is the perfect gift to mail out!

Source: HGTV

1177 :19x07 - Cloisonné Frame, Terra Cotta Birthday "Cake"

Oct/15/2007
Elaine Woodhouse captures the cloisonné style with this brilliantly transformed wood frame. Kriss Weber constructs a whimsical "cake" from terra cotta pots. This double-decker birthday cake is a perfect centerpiece on any party table! Then host Carol Duvall shares some of her picks in craft books.

Source: HGTV

1178 :19x08 - Polymer Clay Moose Pen, Ponchos!

Jan/19/2007
Linda Peterson makes a cute polymer clay pen that looks like a moose. Then watch an artist create his masterworks. Finally, join Carol Duvall in the poncho craze with some simple knitted (or crocheted) designs.

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1179 :19x09 - Memory Tag Album, Faux Amber Bracelet

Nov/05/2007
Guest Jeen Brown sews colorful scrapbook paper together with photos and tags, creating a memory tag album. If real amber is too pricey for your taste, why not go faux? Michelle Ross fashions a fabulous faux amber and bone bracelet.

Source: HGTV

1180 :19x10 - Colorful Clay Bracelet, Art Glass Jewelry, Shoebox

Unaired
Guest Donna Kato forms colorful polymer clay canes and uses them to make a series of beads, which she strings together to create a beautiful bracelet. Linda Ames creates art glass beads then weaves them into gorgeous jewelry. Host Carol Duvall opens the shoebox to share viewer craft ideas.

Source: HGTV

1181 :19x11 - Decked-Out Paper Dolls, Cheese and Mice Clay Box

Unaired
Guest Cherryl Greene shuffles up inspiration from the traditional faces of playing cards to craft playful paper dolls. Becky Meverden molds polymer clay into a cheese and mice trinket box.

Source: HGTV

1182 :19x12 - Shadow Box Pendant, Baby Wipe Baby Book

Oct/01/2007
Guest Lisa Pavelka transforms the clear lid of a small container into a fun and stylish shadow box pendant. Then Michael Strong shares an ingenious way to create beautifully colorful sheets of fabric from baby wipes and a little ink!

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1183 :19x13 - Straw Flower Ornament, Paper Earrings

Sep/21/2006
Viewer guest Theresa DiCello uses plastic drinking straws to create a terrific hanging flower ornament. Then Linda Peterson returns with a new concept for jewelry crafts, and her funky paper earrings and pendant designs.

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1184 :19x14 - Clay "Cloisonné," Mini Masterpieces, Staple Bows

Sep/22/2006
Judy Belcher shares a polymer clay technique to replicate the beauty of cloisonné and create a wonderful pin. Then Toni Brody invites our cameras into her classroom where she teaches students to create art using polymer clay. Next, a spool of ribbon, a pair of scissors, and a stapler are all host Carol Duvall needs to create fabulous bows for package décor—no matter the gift-giving occasion.

Source: HGTV

1185 :19x15 - Moose Box, Table Runner Purse, Shoebox

Sep/03/2007
Painting guru Priscilla Hauser leaves her flowers behind (temporarily!) to paint a merry moose on a handsome wooden box. Then guest Pat DeSantis turns an inexpensive table runner into a fun and stylish purse with a clever beaded handle. Next, it’s shoebox time as host Carol Duvall checks out viewer projects.


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1186 :19x16 - Duct Tape Tote Bag, Printmaking Designs

Oct/22/2007
Guest Todd Scott shares how to make a tote bag from Duct tape--no sewing required! Next, the Carol Duvall Show cameras focus on innovative collage artist Claudine Hellmuth, who introduces us to a printmaking technique that you can use to create images on everything from paper, to glass, to wood.

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1187 :19x17 - Memory Page Embellishments, Heart Pillow, Shoebox

Unaired
Guest Mariah Peterson saddles up to create western-themed clay embellishments that capture the look of leather and are perfect for decorating your next memory page! Then guest Suss Cousin shows how to knit a cuddly heart pillow, and host Carol Duvall opens up the shoebox to see what crafts our viewers have been creating.

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1188 :19x18 - Quilled Birthday Decor, Recycled Pincushions

Oct/08/2007
Guest Jacqueline Lee uses colorful strips of paper and a birthday theme to create quilled decorative elements. Next, guest Vivian Peritts gives new life to an old-fashioned recycling project—creating delectable pincushions from castoff clothes.

Source: HGTV

1189 :19x19 - 3D Canvas Scrapbooking, Silverware Sun Catcher, Shoebox

Sep/22/2006
Creative scrapbooking is unleashed onto canvas for some real dimension! Guest Ana Araujo serves up a spoonful of sunshine with her sun catchers created from beads and antique silverware. Next, host Carol Duvall looks into the shoebox to see what crafts our viewers have been creating.

Source: HGTV

1190 :19x20 - Potato Princess Stamp Designer, Painted Pig, Holiday Ideas

Sep/25/2006
Come on along as the Carol Duvall Show cameras visit potato princess Mary O’Neil, who's hard at work creating a potato stamp and a rubber stamp design. Next, learn how to transform a stone into a pretty, pink pig with guest Lin Wellford's painting tips. Then, it’s never too early to start thinking of holiday crafting! Host Carol Duvall shares holiday projects from the shoebox.

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1191 :19x21 - Eggstraordinary Hinged Egg, Art Glass Artist, Shoebox

Sep/25/2006
"Eggstraordinary" guest Lisa Pavelka shows how to cut, hinge and embellish an empty eggshell using polymer clay and crystal accents. Then artist Sian Poeschl shares her technique for creating stunning art glass. Next, host Carol Duvall looks into the shoebox to see what projects viewers have been creating.

Source: HGTV

1192 :19x22 - Fabric "Takeout" Box, Altered Book

Sep/26/2006
Guest Linda Johansen crafts up a fun and funky fabric "takeout" box that is sure to wrap a bit of style into your home decor. Next, guest Beth Cote shows how to create a fun memory book with "altering" techniques.

Source: HGTV

1193 :19x23 - Silk Ribbon Flower Pin, Tomato Cage Lamp, Shoebox

Nov/12/2007
Guest Helen Gibb shows how to make a silk ribbon flower pin that’s perfect for accessorizing anything from jean jackets to hats. Next, guest Debba Haupert has a bright idea for turning a tomato cage into an elegant lamp that is sure to light up any room. Then, it’s shoebox time as host Carol Duvall opens the shoebox to share viewer projects.

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1194 :19x24 - Carved Eggs, Wire & Bead Bracelet, Plastic Bag Needle Crafts

Sep/15/2006
The Carol Duvall Show cameras visit Lisa Pavelka at home where she shows us her unique art form of carving on eggs. Next, guest Evette Potts shares her technique for weaving a stunning wire and bead bracelet. Then, crocheting plastic—or maybe you’d rather knit? Host Carol Duvall shows different needle craft methods for fashioning rugs and totes from plastic bags.

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1195 :19x25 - Shrink Photo Charm Bracelet, Fuzzy Chick Puppet

Sep/17/2007
Keep your favorite family photos close at hand! Guest Karen Thomas crafts up a "charming" shrink plastic photo charm bracelet. Next, guest John Kennedy shows us how to make a cute chick puppet out of fuzzy fun fabric.

Source: HGTV

1196 :19x26 - 10th Anniversary Show

Dec/29/2006
Put your glue guns away (temporarily) and grab a cup of tea! Join Carol and your favorite guests for a look back at 10 years of laughter, fun and crafting.

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Warning: Carol Duvall Show guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: 1994
Ended: 2005
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