Browsing the "fall" Tag

Embroidery Hoop Pumpkins!

September 21st, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

Fall decorations have hit stores! While it's tempting to buy those cute plastic pumpkins and other decorations from big box stores, they are far from eco-friendly. Instead, use what you have in your craft stash! I had embroidery hoops and orange fabric, so I decided to transform them into my own precious pumpkins!

How To: Recycled “Fall” Jars

September 13th, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

Like I said in my How To: Recycled Paper Fall Wreath tutorial, I am so excited for fall! I saw this adorable jar project from Eighteeen25 on Pinterest a long time ago and tucked it away for the future. This week I pulled it out of the archives and made my own fall version!

Fall Crafting: Acorns

September 16th, 2010 | by Maria

Acorns are a great natural craft supply. Learn how to incorporate these tiny nuts into your crafting and get in the mood for fall.

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