Fall Crafting

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Dear Creatives, I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to share with you today. Do you ever feel that way when blogging? I decided to share kind of a hodge podge of creative & crafty things so I hope you find something you love or can use from this post & don’t forget to let me know via comments! First up I have to thank Camilla from Family Chic for putting a twist on these fabric pumpkins & sharing her 5-minute Pumpkin Tutorial!

Stuff with Potpourri prior to stitching these up

Camilla shows a super simple tutorial on how to create these & someone suggested stuffing them with potpourri! You know how I have been swooning over these fabric pumpkins and now after doing my potpourri posts this is just making my fall look & smell like the best fall ever! PS. Camilla is having a Craftsman Tool Giveaway & you still have time to enter, after you are done here! There is nothing I like more in the fall than having coffee while getting creative, that is as long as I don’t spill it on my projects! In case you love a good cup of coffee too you can check out this Coupon for $3.oo off Pete’s Coffee! Then it is ready, set, brew & get crafting!

Pumpkin Pin Cushion

I love pinning & pumpkins. How about you? If you can’t get enough crafty pumpkin inspiration, love pinning, sewing & crafting then this little pin cushion pattern & tutorial with two different sized templates is for you! You can make a pumpkin patch! Hmm, I wonder if you will want to scent those with potpourri too?

Now if you haven’t dried your herbs to make your own Potpourri then you might like to check out these Bontanical/ Potpourri  suppliers & supplies:


What is your favorite fall project you have created? You still have time to enter any projects you have done right here, so just link up!**

** & there is a tutorial for making your own inexpensive burlap Halloween wreath right on the same post!

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  1. I have a huge backlog of photos and recipes for my site but never know which ones to use! So I do know that feeling. You did great with this post.

  2. Thanks Sheri, I don’t always have a backlog, but I try to keep creating & crafting so I can share what I make along with featuring others. I share my art & photography mainly on my other site.

  3. I am lovin’ all your awesome fall inspiration–it’s always good when someone else does the hunting for me, and puts all the good stuff in one spot!


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