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22 Fabulous Fall Craft Tutorials

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fabric oak leaf bowls

Fall is coming – yay!  It’s my favorite time of year, because I can actually be outside without sweating through my shirt.  My dogs enjoy the weather more because there are lots of fall walks to look forward to.  I haven’t even mentioned the crafting yet.  I love fall crafts – leaves, acorns . . . it’s all so cute.  You know who does fall crafting perfectly?  Martha Stewart.  Check out her sewn oak leaf bowls above.  It turns out that I’ve found some other crafters who aren’t too shabby at autumn crafts themselves.  Check out 21 more projects after the jump.

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Amy Anderson is a crafty, DIY kind of girl who lives in Atlanta with her pug. She writes for Babble Home, and her work has appeared on Design Sponge as well as in Woman's Day and The Huffington Post. Read bio and latest posts → Read craftyamy's latest posts →

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3 thoughts on “22 Fabulous Fall Craft Tutorials

  1. Mary Jo Vick says:

    I am loving babble. So many great ideas in one place. One tiny little thing that is bothering me… and i’m not really complaining… just letting you know my take on things babble. I don’t really like how you have to click through the ideas. Guess I’m impatient, but it takes so long to click through all of the ideas. I’m sure there is a reason that it is set up this way, but I find it a little tedious. Thought you should know. Thanks!

  2. wordplayhouse™ says:

    Lots of wonderful fall things-to-make-ideas here. We went back to the basics…almost. Our toddler and I created leaf rubbings, but came up with a new no-slip way that was easier for him…and me. We love celebrating this season noticing the beautiful changes that come with autumn:

    http://www.wordplayhouse.com/2011/09/kids-crafts.html

  3. HeartFelt 4 Kids says:

    One thing leads to another and I find myself in Babble world for quite a while…so many things to do and see!!

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