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.
A garland is the perfect way to top a tiered tray. My fall acorn garland is so easy to make, and you can use it in so many ways. Soon I’m going to make one long enough to decorative my over-the-sink kitchen window. So cute!
You don’t need a base pumpkin to make these adorable donut pumpkins, and you probably already have everything you need to make them! Socks, yarn, and hot glue, that’s it. Roll those socks into hair bun donuts and get rockin’!
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This Week’s Features!
How beautiful is this fall woven basket wreath created by Cindy over at County Road 407?! Her ideas for creating an inviting entry way will help you recreate a welcoming area of your own this fall. By the way, I’m in love with the Blessed Assurance tea towel she used in the basket!
Niky from The House on Silverado created this fall apple themed tiered tray that is so cute. It’s a great way to transition for late summer to early fall if you’re not ready to go full-on pumpkin spice and falling leaves!
This pinecone flower wreath made by Donna of An Organized Season is at the top of my to-do list this season! I haven’t seen one quite like this, and I love it. Be sure to head over and pin her tutorial for later!
If you’re looking for some great DIY pumpkin ideas, these twelve ideas are just what you need! They’re all budget friendly and too cute! I think the real pumpkin tealight candles are my favorite, but it’s hard to say.
Alexandra over at Eye Love Knots shared a free crochet pattern for this washcloth. Wouldn’t this one in pumpkin spice orange look great draped on a tiered tray or vignette? These crocheted washcloths are also great money and environment savers used in place of paper towels and makeup removal pads. I’ve used them (not this specific pattern), & they work well!
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On to Our Crafty Creators Link Party!
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