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Everything you need to do for a  "Mother's Day Crafternoon"  - how fun!

Everything you need to do for a "Mother's Day Crafternoon" - how fun!

Cut Cards | Martha Stewart Living - Marcie McGoldrick, VP and editorial director of holiday and crafts, trims a sheet of colorful paper in preparation for a card.

Cut Cards | Martha Stewart Living - Marcie McGoldrick, VP and editorial director of holiday and crafts, trims a sheet of colorful paper in preparation for a card.

A Painterly Approach | Martha Stewart Living - Instead of stenciling, retail marketing associate Allison Donnelly decided to paint a loopy freehand monogram using mint-green and black craft paint.

A Painterly Approach | Martha Stewart Living - Instead of stenciling, retail marketing associate Allison Donnelly decided to paint a loopy freehand monogram using mint-green and black craft paint.

In Full Bloom | Martha Stewart Living - To add springtime blooms to the tote bags, the crafts team printed out whimsical floral clip-art patterns. Do you recognize the designs? They're the same ones printed on the flower-filled paper cones on the May 2014 cover of Living.

In Full Bloom | Martha Stewart Living - To add springtime blooms to the tote bags, the crafts team printed out whimsical floral clip-art patterns. Do you recognize the designs? They're the same ones printed on the flower-filled paper cones on the May 2014 cover of Living.

Stencil Strategy | Martha Stewart Living - To prevent her stencil from shifting, causing her to paint outside the lines, Janet Stein secured it to the tote with painter's tape. She then filled in the stencil using a paint-dipped foam pouncer.

Stencil Strategy | Martha Stewart Living - To prevent her stencil from shifting, causing her to paint outside the lines, Janet Stein secured it to the tote with painter's tape. She then filled in the stencil using a paint-dipped foam pouncer.

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