Wishing you all a happy and safe Halloween this weekend! I’m actually taking a letterpress workshop at the Center for the Book Arts (can’t wait!) all weekend so I’m not sure how much Halloween stuff I could do this year… and Maia will have to rock out her witch costume from last year again this year… (sorry, mama has been so busy!)
I wanted to leave you with this great DIY — Thompson Family-Life Fabric Pumpkin Tutorial. Aren’t they so lovely? Not so spooky for Halloween, though, once you make it, you can have it around throughout October and November until Thanksgiving time :) I have so many little pieces of fabrics, this is great for that, too.
New holiday greeting card is available now at my etsy shop — Decorate your own Christmas tree card! It’s the personal touch that counts, don’t you think? You can decorate your own tree with colored pencils, markers, stickers, pretty tapes, ribbons… or write your holiday wishes on the tree etc. you can be as creative as you’d like and send your special love this holiday season :)
What you’ll get is a blank letterpressed Christmas tree.
and you can put your name after you decorate it as it is your masterpiece.
The card is 5″ x 7″ and it fits in 5″ x 7″ US standard frame so you can decorate it on your wall, too!
If you have kids, they can decorate one, sign and send it to your family — that would be the cutest Christmas card ever :)
Let me know if you have any other ideas, I’d love to hear!
And it is available right here.
I saw this tutorial: Non Traditional Pumpkin Decorating over at papernstitch blog and I couldn’t resist to share! SO cute and easy and perfect for the fall decorations :)
(all the images are from papernstitch blog)
Reminds me of the Yayoi Kusama’s pumpkin :)
Please hop over to papernstitch blog and see the whole tutorial + lots of great inspirations!
My friend Bernard just had a big birthday so I used my I “blank” You card and made a birthday card!
What would you draw?!