Hello friends. Fall is near. We are seeing home decor pop up in all the stores and in magazines this month. Have you starting decorating your home/office? I have started making a few things but with our weather still up in the 90’s it is kind of hard to get in the fall spirit even if everywhere I look they are selling pumpkin spice this and that. Today I want to share a few older post with you to remind you that you can make your own decor with things you may have in your craft rooms.
By taking two small wooden blocks and adding a little orange paint then stamping them using my Background Basic Stamps you can create this awesome faux quilted pumpkins you can use year after year. To find out more about these adorable pumpkins created by Beth Watson click on the link.
Faux Quilted Pumpkins
You may not have wooden blocks laying around but I bet you have some paper right? How about making some paper pumpkins like Einat Kessler did using strips of paper and my Faux Quilting Stamps and Crafter’s Ink?
These not only are easy to make but they are fun to do with the young ones. For more information on how to make these paper pumpkins click on the link below.
I am a card girl. I love making my own home decor as well but my passion is card making. Of course I made a big pumpkin card to spread the fall season with friends and family. The card is quite easy. I used Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting Stamps and Crafter’s Inks. Click on the link to see more of how I made this card you can share with others.
How about a stamped wreath? Everyone loves a wreath above their fireplace or hanging on their front door. Look at this awesome wreath Tammy Santana created using Background Basic Stamps and Crafter’s Inks. You could do so much with this wreath. For more information on how to make one of your own click on the link below.
I am a candle burner how about you? I love all the fall scents filling my house. Steph Ackerman shows you how to create these awesome votive candle holders for fall using Iridescents and Crafter’s Inks. What do you think? Don’t you love the colors together? For more on how to make your own votive candle holder click on the link below.
I have a challenge for you. Create a fall project using Ann Butler Designs products. Tag us on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #AnnButlerDesignsFallDecor #AnnButlerDesignsFauxQuiltingFallDIY
Your project could be featured on the Ann Butler Designs Blog and Social Media.
Ann Butler Designs Products Used for the above Projects:
Have a wonderful day friends.