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Banners, Buntings, Garlands & Pennants


Banners, Buntings, Garlands & Pennants


$6.49


Festive and eye-catching, banners, buntings, garlands, and pennants add visual fun to almost any type of celebration or space. These 40 quick and easy projects?made of paper, fabric, felt, and more?make beautiful displays. Use them for special events, for holidays, when entertaining, or even just to spice up a room. A basics section gives beginners a primer on the materials and techniques they need.

Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor


Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor


$19.84


The all-in-one Halloween book! Creative Costumes & Halloween Decor combines costume and decorating projects into one convenient book. The costumes are designed around three basic styles: tabards, gowns, and full suits (made from pajama patterns). Accessories like wings, capes, skirts and lots of headwear are also included. Details like collars, gloves, spats, and face painting instructions offer lots of ideas for personalizing costumes. The decor section includes 30 unique projects for decorating your house inside and out, along with special projects for throwing a Halloween party. The projects use common household products plus lots of craft-store items like wood pieces, paints, papier mache, felt, craft foam, floral materials, and polymer clay. Elaborately propped beauty photos and step-by-step instructions with photos of every step make the projects-both costume and decor-easy to understand.

Okuma ROX-C-902MH-20DX ROX Combo SKU: ROX-C-902MH-20DX


Okuma ROX-C-902MH-20DX ROX Combo SKU: ROX-C-902MH-20DX


$91.38


For us at Okuma Fishing Tackle, fishing is a life-long adventure. Collectively, none of us fish as often, catch as many, or are as consistently successful as we would like, and thankfully so. Fishing is not a destination; it’s an endless pursuit that begins long before we ever get to the water. The anticipation of the next opportunity is as valuable as the time spent on the water. At Okuma, we craft the tools for the journey. From entry-level through expert, every rod and reel is constructed not only to execute, but also to excite, energize and exhilarate. From feeling the tap, tap, tap of a drift rig searching its way along the bottom of a steelhead stream, to turning a lifeless lead jig into a fleeing bait-fish in the salt, every cast, crank, bobber down and hookup are the rich details of the journey. Our singular goal is to advance the experience; to extract more from every day on the water. We pursue that goal through the development of forward-thinking materials like C-40X long carbon fiber framing in the all-new Helios and RTX spinning reels. We inspire action with a new line of Cruz popping rods. And we make these experiences accessible to everyone with right and left hand designs like new Cold Water premium line counter reels. Features: – 2 Ball bearing drive for smoothness andn longevity – Oiled felt drag washers for smooth operation – Corrosion resistant graphite body and rotor – Rigid aluminum handle design – Durable stainless steel bail wire – *ROX-C-902MH-20DX model number denotes Salmon trolling combo with linecounter. Specifications: – Action: Medium Heavy – Length: 9’0 – Number of Sections: 2-pcs – Reel Model: ROX-20DX – Bearings: 2BB – Rod Reel Style: Trolling – Line Capacity: 290/14 (0.35), 230/18 (0.40), 210/20 (0.42)

Paper Smooches Die-Anchor


Paper Smooches Die-Anchor


$6.62


Paper Smooches-Dies: Anchor. Have fun cutting through materials such as paper, felt, fabric and more with wafer thin 100% steel dies! Use the small pin holes to remove the cut product from the die. Compatible with most die-cutting machines including Cuttlebug, BigShot and more (sold separately). This package contains one 2- 1/4×1-3/4 inch die. Made in USA.

String Felt Thread


String Felt Thread


$27.83


String, Felt, Thread presents an unconventional history of the American art world, chronicling the advance of thread, rope, string, felt, and fabric from the “low” world of craft to the “high” world of art in the 1960s and 1970s and the emergence today of a craft counterculture. In this full-color illustrated volume, Elissa Auther discusses the work of American artists using fiber, considering provocative questions of material, process, and intention that bridge the art-craft divide. Drawn to the aesthetic possibilities and symbolic power of fiber, the artists whose work is explored here-Eva Hesse, Robert Morris, Claire Zeisler, Miriam Schapiro, Faith Ringgold, and others-experimented with materials that previously had been dismissed for their associations with the merely decorative, with “arts and crafts,” and with “women’s work.” In analyzing this shift and these exceptional artists’ works, Auther engages far-reaching debates in the art world: What accounts for the distinction between art and craft? Who assigns value to these categories, and who polices the boundaries distinguishing them?String, Felt, Thread not only illuminates the centrality of fiber to contemporary artistic practice but also uncovers the social dynamics-including the roles of race and gender-that determine how art has historically been defined and valued.
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