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PinPaint swatch necklace holderBeaded drink tagsTieCrayon/colored pencil vase or votiveInspiration clotheslineHanger and clothespin mobileYarn scarf rackSpraySpray-painted door matTwine ball pencil holderChess-set candy jarsHalf-and-half votivesSeashell plantersPainted stool-leg tipsSoda bottle and straw centerpiecesBobby-pin coastersGlueBirthday candle cardVase and plate cupcake standMasking tape trivetChess-set scarf and hat hangerMason jar snow globeSpool bangle organizerShoebox beauty brush and fragrance organizerStampPersonalized envelopesParty napkinsTapeSticky-tape clothespins Washi tape mason jar lanternFoldPersonalized wrapping paperPaperclip drink stirrersYarn or ribbon Tic-Tac organizerPaintWatercolor-painted candle votivesHangPaper napkin bannerChristmas-light messageCupcake liner Christmas lights Mitten earring organizerHole-punched blackout shadeSuitcase drop-down side tableClipClothespin vaseClipboard framesBobbypin/Hair Tie Coaster (bobby pins in a circle around a hair tie)Fill12 Days of Christmas CartonNecklace-filled vaseCupcake liner jewelry organizerCookie jar nail polishCupcake-tin plant holderWritePersonalized Sharpie mugs
Alison Caporimo is a writer with a penchant for crafting, drinking tea, and talking about London where she lived for a short while. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Alison found her inspiration for style and design while blogging for fashion publication Harper's Bazaar. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Allure and Every Day with Rachael Ray, and she is currently the senior associate editor at Reader's Digest where she writes about home decor, financial advice, popular culture, and travel. Alison lives in an apartment in Brooklyn with more terrariums than you can handle. Meera Lee Patel is an artist raised by the New Jersey shore where she swam the bright waters and climbed cherry blossom trees until she grew old enough to draw them. Her illustrations, inspired by the magical mysteries of nature, have appeared in numerous publications and have been translated into housewares and apparel by companies such as Poketo and Urban Outfitters. Meera currently lives in and works from her studio in Jersey City, New Jersey.