Pumpkins in Burlap

*Project made by Lauren @ Creatively Crafty Baby* Pumpkins! It must be fall... And I LOVE FALL! But I have no outdoor fall decor. Which got me thinking... A couple of years ago we used pumpkins and other gourds from our garden to decorate our front porch. Unfortunately they rotted and ended up being pretty gross in general. So heres my solution... Pumpkins in Burlap! No rotting... GUARANTEED! … [Continue reading...]

Pumpkin Booties

*Project by Kailyn @  Kailyn's Bit of Sunshine* I love, love ,love to sew by hand. One of my favorite things to make is baby shoes out of felt. In coming up with this weeks craft I was able to combine both. I found a bootie pattern that I turned into fun Baby Boots with a matching jacket. The green ultra suede fabric lined with wooly fabric Is super cute. I embroidered white punpkins, green vines, leaves and orange seed beed flowers. It … [Continue reading...]

“Heavy Metal” Pumpkins

*Project made by Julliana @ Equal Opportunity Crafter* I've seen some cool metal pumpkins around, but they were huge, heavy and expensive. I was looking for something a bit smaller but still modern looking. Here's what I came up with. These metal pumpkins are super cheap and easy! You can buy all the supplies at the hardware store for only a few dollars and can make a bunch! You can mix and match the color or use all of one color. You … [Continue reading...]

Trick-or-Treat Bag

*Project by Heidi @ Made by Heidi* I love trick-or-treating! There is something magical about being a kid, running around in a costume, and getting tons (yes, tons) of candy.  I wanted to make something trendy that my little one could tote around this Halloween.  So, I went to work and came up with this (no pattern used)... I made this leaf from 3 different fabrics. I cut out several shapes and sewed them together with a little bling! … [Continue reading...]

Pumpkin Apples

*Project made by Chica and Jo @ Chica & Jo* The markets are filled with delicious apples this time of year.  Although we love just eating them plain, they are even better when you coat them in delectable caramel.  We made some for a local fall festival and wanted to jazz them up a bit.  The pumpkin theme for this round of the contest inspired our design.  What better way to represent fall than caramel apples dressed up to look like … [Continue reading...]

Monk Cloth Pumpkins

*Project by Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage for the Pumpkin challenge* For me, pumpkins do not have to be orange. I used monk's clothe which is similar to burlap but with a tighter weave.  The creamy white color is just gorgeous.  The addition of the driftwood stems adds a worn, rustic feel. I added some embroidery to the medium and largest pumpkins. These will look gorgeous in any home!  A tutorial in all three sizes will be on my … [Continue reading...]