November craft-spiration

I can’t believe this, but life got in the way and I forgot my October Craft-spiration! So I hope this November one gives you some inspiration for the season of blessings.

November Craft-spiration

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ThanksgivingWhat are you thankful for this year? Martha Stewart has some great inspiration for how to set your Thanksgiving Table.

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Concrete DIYs – I think I might try a concrete DIY this month. They’ve been showing up lately and I’m intrigued. Check out these candle holders from Design Mom, they are super cool.

Burlap – It’s kind of a Fall thing don’t you think? I have some scrap lying around so I need to think of something to do with it. Check out this Apartment Therapy post on decorating with burlap.

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Cabins – I would love to have a cabin I could escape to every few weeks to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Check out my good friend Stefanie’s Pinterest Board on cabins, it’s so inspiring.

Feathers – I absolutely love this feather nail art featured on Design Curiosities. What other feather crafts can you think of?

September craft-spiration

Here are my latest craft inspiration from the web for September!

Summer is starting to draw to a close and all the kids are starting to go back to school. I’m luckily out of school…but that still doesn’t mean I can’t covet those back-to-school shopping trips I used to do with my Mother. Besides the new clothes, I was probably most excited about picking out my school supplies. New notebooks, pencils and backpacks to name a few. Here are just a few back-to-school inspired items that may turn into a craft sometime this Fall!

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Pencil Pouches – I really can’t get enough of bags in general. These pouches created by Eveden on Etsy are absolutely gorgeous. Simple, clean, and perfect size for storing all your pencils.

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Trays – This biodegradable lunch tray is adorable and it doesn’t help that I’m currently obsessed with trays. I know there will be a tray craft in my future.

Colorful totes – Someday soon I will hopefully get a screen printing lesson from my friend Jen…and then I can make all the printed totes I want!

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Printed tea towels – Just like printed totes, I love all kinds of tea towels. I don’t have enough room for more in my drawer, but a girl can dream.

Fabric notebook covers – My most favorite fabric notebook cover was made by Jill Bliss. She doesn’t sell them anymore, but I also love this one by Simbiosis on Etsy.