Craft #1 - Count Your Blessings - Mique with 30days
I had fun making it and love the end result. Hope you do too!
Craft #2 - Tea-licious Harvest Tea Towel - Kathleen @ Katydid and Kid
Rather than a boring white tea towel, let's get crafty, shall we? Look to the pumpkin (and gourd) for artistic inspiration, since they're the quintessential harvest veggies.
You can create your own carved linoleum block print with just a few simple steps
which you can use to stamp tea towels and tee-shirts and greeting cards and more until your heart's content.
Dressed up with a little color and autumn flair, a plain tea towel will make a homey statement in your Thanksgiving kitchen.
It will make you feel even homier knowing that you made it yourself. A set of these towels would make a great hostess gift too, especially if you'll be a guest at someone else's home for Thanksgiving. Stamp away!
One thing that I needed was a spoon holder for cooking our harvest, so this was the outcome. I chose to make the spoon rest in the shape of a leaf since it is all autumnal like. You can now cook your heart out and have a place to rest the spoon you are using! Or, it would be a wonderful hostess gift.
Introducing: The Harvest Dress and Dinner for Two.
Made of pitch-forked cotton and soft charcoal corduroy, this dress has pockets roomy enough for many treasures. And today our little girl has a felt Dinner-for-Two. So come on over. The table is set.
Tutorials for this project will include: Puff Sleeves, Gathered Pocket, and Felt Food (not entire Harvest Dress)
As Fall arrived, I was so excited to get to harvest some of the items from my first garden for decorating. Unfortunately, my pumpkin plant only had one pumpkin and my corn stocks were only about 3 feet tall, so I had to hit up the store for some more pumpkins and my neighbors for their corn stocks. It has been fun to have some decor at my house to bring in the Fall.
With your help I will get to show you how to use these items:
To make this:Craft #10 - Harvest Tree - Alish & Whitney @ Sisters Stuff