Crafty Revelations - I've learned a lot about crafting, blogging and mixing business with both over the past 4 years. Some of it's been absolutely fabulous and some of it's been what you'd call "life lessons". I'm envisioning some posts about just that - the good, the bad, the real behind-the-scenes. A mix of what I've discovered so far & what still mystifies me. I know I love seeing posts that tell what really goes on under the craft magic dust, and think maybe you might too.
Kick-In-The Pants Craft Alongs - I'm also looking to push myself into areas I'm still a huge novice in (decorating and clothing for myself especially). The things I say "I'll get around to" and then never do. Are you a fellow craft procrastinator? Maybe if we decide to do it together we'll both finally give it a go. I'm thinking about keeping it flexible - a theme, a particular thing and some attainable goals for it and then we see what we can do. I'll cheer you on and you can keep me going too!
Of course the usual goodies you come here for will still keep coming, so no worries this is going to turn into a totally different blog;) I'd love to hear thoughts on these ideas - love them, hate them, just stop talking and show us the crafts?!? Whatever it is, let me know.
Now let's see some of last week's creations!
I LOVE how seasonal & cute these plastic bottle apple containers shared by Repeat Crafter Me are:
Creatively Living showed a handy way to create DIY piping from yarn:
Looking for an easy & fun Halloween idea? Check out these jack-o-lantern treat cups made with alphabet stickers from Shaken Together. That'll keep the kids creatively busy for a while!
I was blown away with the loveliness of this living centerpiece from There Was A Crooked House:
And here are some adorable and tasty mini-monster cheese balls courtesy of the ever-talented Hungry Happenings:
Say Not Sweet Anne is the creation of Kayla, a graphic designer and fellow Michigan blogger. She shares fun and easy ideas like her spray painted cookies, $3 jewelry organizer, single serving bath salts. She also hosts a link party called Sweet Sharing Mondays if you like finding new parties to join like I do. Last week she shared a fantastic DIY Cookie Cutter tutorial:
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