By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Create your own beautiful fabric blooms to use in your crafting. Put them on hats, wear them as a brooch, glue them on a hair clip, or fill a bowl with these beauties. How else could you use them in your craft projects?
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Fall is officially here and as the seasons change, so do the pretty fabric selections. Grab a handful of the cutest printed fall fabric you can find and make one of these projects. Then shop for more fabric!
No-Sew Quilted Pumpkins
These adorable pumpkins will last much longer than the real thing and the printed fabric makes them so much better. You don’t have to sew, or even glue them!
It’s another Free Stuff Friday and we are so excited for this week’s prize pack! One lucky winner will receive Eclectic Allure Dimensional Paint!
This pack includes Eclectic Adhesives Allure Dimensional Design Paint in 6 different colors!
Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.
Question of the week: What is your favorite Board or Card Game?
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By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor
From Peg’s Crafting Corner
One of the hardest cards to make is a sympathy card, but at some point all card makers need to do it. At the time it is often hard to come up with an idea as we are used to creating colorful, festive cards. This idea is a simple one that can be created quickly in those times of need.
By Guest Blogger Bridget from the Blog Fathom Kid.
Bridget is a passionate early childhood education manager, teacher and advocate. She is the author of Road No Good runner up in the Finch Memoir Prize 2016 and available in bookstores from 1st February 2017. Bridget is a busy mother of two children, a one year old and a three year old. She shares easy ways to help young children develop critical social and emotional skills on her blog at www.fathomkid.com.
Like everybody, children worry. Sometimes having someone to listen is enough to help soothe a worried mind. Dealing with problems is a complex skill for children to learn, but it’s important to be able to put problems aside until a solution is found.
These magical little worry dolls will help children develop emotional resilience. They will learn to communicate, develop coping strategies and put their worries and concerns into perspective.
By General Crafts Contributor Amy
These ice cream sandwich charms are adorable, easy to make, and calorie free. They’re a perfect fit for a unique back to school teen fashion statement. Just hope you don’t tire of saying “I made it myself” all day long.
Whether you love it, or hate it, candy corn is a staple for the fall season. Instead of filling up with sugar, why not craft with candy corn inspiration instead. Here are some easy kids’ craft projects for kids of all ages.
Pom Pom Candy Corn
Make a fun table decoration for a Halloween get-together in no time with fun pom poms and some styrofoam. Older kids can use a glue gun for a sturdier decoration, but regular white glue will likely last you through the season.