Here comes the bride — and the groom, the bridesmaids, and the groomsmen – plan ahead, practice a little, and then enjoy bring... Read more »
Choose flowers you really love for romantic and beautiful wedding centerpieces you’ll always remember. Read more »
When you’re filling out your wish-list of wedding gifts, don’t forget to include supplies for the garden shed. With the right... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear2™ Pruner, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented gear techno... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear®2 Titanium Hedge Shears, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented g... Read more »
The first time you try our PowerGear2™ Lopper, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Our patented-pending tec... Read more »
Making your own wedding invites and thank you cards is a delightful task when you a few versatile tools and simple techniques... Read more »
Adding a small photo charm to a bride’s bouquet is a touching way for a bride to remember someone special on her wedding day. Read more »
Create a beautiful setting for your post-wedding brunch. Using these Fiskars tools will make the project even easier. Read more »
Perfect for a wide range of crafting and mixed media tasks, our Amplify® Mixed Media Shears sense blade separation and force th... Read more »
Our unique Tag Maker with Built-in Eyelet Setter features an innovative design that makes it easy to create tags perfect for gi... Read more »
Choose our low-maintenance Photo Bypass Paper Trimmer to trim large quantities of photos with speed and precision. An easy-to-u... Read more »
Window treatments can turn a room from drab to fab, but if you’re on a budget sometimes hand-me-down curtains will have to do,... Read more »
Crop tops are making a comeback, but with a new shape, a longer length and a swinging silhouette. Stay ahead of the trends by... Read more »
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Perfect for a wide range of sewing and quilting tasks, our Amplify® RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears sense blade separation and force t... Read more »
Perfect for tight, precise cuts, our Amplify® Mixed Media Shears sense blade separation and force the blades back together to c... Read more »
Our Classic Stick Rotary Cutter with a 45 mm blade is ideal for crisp, controlled cuts on a wide variety of materials. A symmet... Read more »
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Funny Face Magnet Gift Wrap is simple to make and quite literally gives each gift magnetic personality. Read more »
“Painting” with tissue paper is not only fun but beautiful! Read more »
Our Preschool Training Scissors features a special training lever that opens the blades after each cut, helping children learn... Read more »
Children love our Designer Non-stick Blunt-tip Kids Scissors for the colorful handle patterns that make cutting fun and the non... Read more »
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With a few discarded mailing tubes, construction paper, and Fiskars Squeeze Punches you can craft these characters in under 20 minutes.
Rather than going it alone and growing more than you’ll need, share the workload instead!
• Early in the season get together with a few fellow food gardeners to discuss your favorite food crops. Bring your favorite catalogs, notes about your favorite plant varieties, and a list of what you really want to grow in your garden in the season ahead.
• When you sit down together,start by deciding which plants everyone wants to grow. Then determine how many of each of those plants each gardener will need. One person may be in charge of seeding sufficient paste tomatoes by early May for your growing group. Another person may take on getting a dozen broccoli plants ready for all the gardens before the heat of summer sets in.
• Your neighborhood group may also choose to pool funds and place one large order for seeds, soil and other seeding supplies. Or, if you’re particularly fortunate, you may have diehard cultivators in your club who come prepared to donate their cache of seeds and other growing materials. Just be sure everyone agrees that the team effort will meet individual needs. And, if one of your favorites doesn’t make the team’s list, there’s no reason you can’t grow it anyway.
• If your members include both new and veteran gardeners, plan to give the more difficult plants to the seasoned growers and leave the more simple plants to the newbie.
• Just remember: sometimes despite your best efforts, plants will die and crops will fail.So, keep those communication channels open and forgive your neighbor if her community squash crop goes kaput. If this happens and it’s too late in the season to sow another round of seeds, dive into the group’s coffers to buy replacement starts at a local plant sale or nursery. It’s bound to happen, and you’ve just got to be ready to keep on growing before the season passes you and your neighbors by.