Thursday, October 18, 2012

A Crafty Soiree #112

It seems to me that it's a lot easier to find adorable girly projects.  There are a plethora of them while fun things to make for your little boy are few and far between.  I was delighted to spy some very sweet, um I mean "scary" projects for our little guys last week.  Let's start off our features with them and one spooky treat that's yummy fun for everyone!
Blueberry Junkie has a cool Child's Spider Shirt How-To.
Find out how to make Monster Knee Patch on Helping Little Hands
Make some yummy Mummy Cupcakes with More Sister Stuff

Since we're halfway through October, I thought it would be a good time to share some projects you can make now and keep out until the snowflakes and reindeer go up.
Pumpkin Pin Cushion from Ana Love Crafts
Isn't this just the sweetest?  I love it's tiny size, the polka dots, the stripes, sigh...I love it all :)
Pattern Paper Pumpkins from It's Always Autumn
These look like a quick and easy way to add some seasonal fun to your home!
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Party Guidelines
1.  Link up to four of your creative projects (No Etsy stores or other linky parties pretty please).  
2.  Add your link to the specific posts not the main URL.
3.  Add a "Crafty Soiree" button to your blog or posts.
4.  Please comment on the post linked up in front of you.  All partygoers love meeting new friends... don't just stop there...if you see something that catches your fancy-- stop by and say hi!
5.  Your hostesses would love it if you'd follow us. You can find Malia here.
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Let's Party!



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4 Friends Said:

Alderberry Hill said...

Such cute features, thanks so much for hosting!

debbie@meandmydiy said...

Hi Katie, I LOVE all the features you picked out! Thanks for hosting another great party. Have a wonderful week!
Debbie

Ana Lopes said...


Thank you so much for featuring my pumpkin pincushion! It was a superb surprise!Thanks for hosting the fun partie too.
Happy week!
Hugs,
Ana

Blueberry Junkie said...

Katie, you're right: lots of tutorials out there for girls and not enough for boys. As a mom of two little guys I am always in the look out for good tutorials for boys. Thank you for including my spider t-shirt tutorial great selection.

Carla.

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