I don’t know about you all, but the closer we get to fall, the happier I am. I’ve even begun to make a few fall crafts. Since we have been stuck at home due to Hurricane Florence and the subsequent flooding, I decided to make some cute fall printables to share with you all. As always, right click on the pictures to share to your device. For best results, do not print larger than 11×14. Enjoy, but if you share them, please tag me in the link.
First up: one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books: Any Anne of Green Gables fans in the house?
Here in the South, “y’all” is more than a colloquial contraction for “you all.” It’s a way of life! And we really do say “happy fall, y’all .” I promise☺
Here’s a similarly themed printable with a cute little pumpkin.
This one displays sideways but it will print just fine.
I hope you all enjoy these free printables. Please remember these are for personal use only- not for commercial. If you share these, please tag me. More fall crafty goodies will be heading your way soon.
Have a wonderful week.
You may recall when I made the folk art-inspired flag from paint sticks this summer. My folk art flag was beginning to fall apart and it had passed its phase of being useful…so I decided to repurpose it.
I started by taking the flag apart. See the paint? I didn’t bother taking the paint off since the sticks would be covered with burlap.
I laid it out in a star pattern and hot glued it together.
Then I began wrapping the star in wide burlap ribbon, taking the time to glue it at each pass. It took a long time and lots of ribbon, but when I finished, I had this:
I’m planning to hang it up and hang a wreath in the center of it. Isn’t it cute?
What crafts have you done lately?
This week, I decided to depart from my usual Monday craft activities to bring you some free printable art.
Easter is quickly approaching and I’m a sucker for typographical art- why not combine the two? I’ve created two super cute options just for you- and if you want to download them, just right click on the print of your choice and save to your device.
Have a wonderful week.
It’s been a long time since I’ve done a free printable Friday, so I decided to start off our weekend with a little free Valentine’s gift for my dear readers.
I created a few Valentine’s themed printables that are available to you for free. I love how simple and cute they are, and I hope you will, too.
First up, we have cold hands, warm heart. I once had a co-worker who used to say that every time one of us would complain of cold hands.
I also created “all you need is love” in two fonts.
And, if Valentine’s Day isn’t your jam, I created a simple, winter-themed printable for you.
For best results, please print them size 8×10. Due to the resolution, printing them larger than 8×10 may result in a highly pixelated image. Dowloading them is easy- simply right click on the picture of your choice, and save it to your device.
Have an amazing weekend!