I have a craft show in September and have been busy making fall creations for it. This year's line up includes cheesecloth ghost. I got the pattern from Tennessee Ridge Primitives. It's absolutely adorable! The ghosts sold well last year so I am hoping they will again this year.
I've also been making a bunch of my grungy white and orange pumpkins that I put into pie tins, old buckets, enamelware basins, baskets and anything else I can find to put them in. I love making things for fall. I seem to do my best crafting around this time of the year.
I always have a hard time with ideas for Spring/Summer crafts. Then I start to get discourage and don't feel like making anything. Then just when I am about to give up it's time to make my fall things and I get right back into it! This happens every year!
I've also been thinking about Christmas crafts too! I won't be doing a Christmas show this year because of the baby coming but I still plan on making lots of goodies. I sell my items at a couple of primitive shops in the area so I hope to have some Christmas things ready for them.
This is one of the shops who sells my items. It's Krafts by Kim. It's a great little Primitive/Country gift shop located in East Greenbush NY just outside of Albany. http://www.kraftbykim.com/ . The owner Kim is wonderful! She's been in the primitive business for a while and always has a great selection of items.
Well thats it for now! I hope next time to have some pictures to show you.