Welcome to Crafty Creators Link Party, where you can share all of your wonderful crafts, DIYs, fashion, recipes, or any other thing that makes your heart happy! After you link up, I’d love it if you’d spread the word about the party! Remember, you must be following me on social media in order to be featured on next week’s party.
Don’t forget to link up on Happiness is Homemade, and let’s get to the posts that I shared over the last week.
This week was one full of blog hops! Sunday was our monthly DIY Blog Hop where I shared storage and organization ideas that you can make for free, as well as those you can get for $1!
For our Old to New Blog Hop I shared a cabinet door upcycle that I made for $4 (including the door!). In the post I shared a free SVG & printable.
Yesterday it was time for Under $10 on the 10th, and I shared this DIY gift envelope that I made to give my son’s teachers their back to school gift in! You can make this with or without a sewing machine!
I have some more home decor tutorials and organization ideas coming up so make sure you follow me on social media using the buttons in the sidebar. That way you don’t miss them! Enter your email address below to get an email when I add a new post, including new link parties, so you never forget to join us!
This Week’s Features!
These chicken enchilada bites made by Estelle over at Homemade on a Weeknight look so delish! I can’t wait to try out the recipe.
Now that you’ve got your chicken enchiladas made, you’ll need a way to get them out of the oven. These adorable oven mitts made by Helen at Hello Sewing are just what you need! Head over and pin the post which contains the tutorial and a pattern!
After you get your food out of the oven with your cute new mitts, it’s time to start planning your early fall decor. These five-minute twine pumpkins shared by Beth over at Creatively Beth are a must-have in that plan! They’re perfect for vignettes and tiered trays!
After you’ve made a ton of little twine pumpkins, this pinecone wreath by Mary Jo at Master”pieces” of My Life is the perfect fall wreath to make! You can customize it in so many ways and leave it on your door or wall from now until December!
Now you’ve got a wreath, so it’s time to decorate the rest of your house. Jenna over at The Painted Apron has a round-up of great fall ideas and crafty tutorials that are perfect for late summer and early fall! You don’t want to miss her many fall tablescapes, trays, and vignettes!
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On to Our Crafty Creators Link Party!
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24 thoughts on “Crafty Creators Link Party #30”
Thank you so much for the party Niki, and thank you for featuring my Early Fall Decor and Crafts, I am so honored! I can’t believe Fall is just around the corner! 🌻
You’re welcome! I can’t wait to break out my fall decor. I’m starting my crafting tomorrow!
Hi, Niki! Just found your party at Grammy’s Grid! I’m following you on Pinterest now. Thanks for hosting!
So glad to have you here!! Can’t wait to see what you’ve shared!
Thanks for your visit and kind words….
Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
Thank you for including my chicken Enchilada Bites this week.
I love seeing fall decor items appear oh and recipes. My favorite time of year when I feel I can turn on the even for some quick cookies.
Same here! I’ll be breaking out my fall decor tomorrow!
Hi 🙂 I’m finally home in time to post this week … I always enjoy reading what you post, but I am not always home before th eParty ends 🙁
Thanks for Hosting. Have a funtastic weekend!
So glad you made it Valeria!
Thanks so much for hosting!
Thanks so much for the party & the feature. I am ready for all things fall but the weather needs to cooperate. It’s still so hot! XO- MaryJo
Yes! But I live on the coast, so it’s still usually shorts until late November most years!
Hi Niki, thanks for the invitation to your party and I like the new look of your blog!
Thanks for the invite and for hosting. Those enchilada bites look delicious! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much for featuring my mini oven mitts, Nikki! I really appreciate it
As for the sewing and ripping, then sewing it all over again..
The secret to becoming a good seamstress is…patience. Take it as a part of the process. Walk away for a while if needed and then come back and finish your project
Ripping seams has become my specialty since I got my sewing machine about 3 weeks ago! Patience is definitely the key!