You can find the tute here.
Yay! The Scrap Wood Christmas Tree tutorial has been published.
Wow! Halloween totally flew by!
I’ve had unexpected family emergencies and family obligations the last few weeks that have kept me away from the blog. My efforts have all been put into keeping up with my paying gigs so blogging had to go to the bottom of the list.
Things aren’t completely back to normal yet, but all work and no play makes me cranky.
I’ve been working on new projects for Christmas tutorials and Christmas craft shows. Those things will be popping in here soon, but until they do, I thought I would post a little blast from the past.
These fall project tutorials are some of my favorites from the past.
I also used the Fabric Tube Pumpkin Tutorial to make the chenille pumpkins.
Click on the highlighted titles to take you to the posts.
These frugal pumpkins showed up in my projects for fall craft shows so I thought I would post about how frugal they really were to make.
I was looking for “fall-ish” type fabric to create some new pumpkins designs. Fall color or especially fabric with orange in it was my wish. Unfortunately I had nothing. I did, however, have an old fabric that had been on the shelf for quite some time. It just sat there. I was not a fan.
Light bulb moment! I decided to paint it. You will never look at ugly fabric the same way.
I placed an old recycled vinyl tablecloth (the cheap ones for holidays) on the floor for my drop cloth.
The fabric went on top of the tablecloth and I painted two coats over the surface.
Tip: If you do this, allow the paint to dry well between coats.
Check out my full tutorial on FaveCrafts.