Links you'll love: October 25

It's been another crazy week, mostly because of long days at work. The strange part is that I've spent a lot of time working on jewelry pieces for work, so I HAVE been making things, unfortunately not anything I can share here! And with the odd combination of working a lot of hours, making a lot of projects, and writing a lot of instructions, all of it recreating other people's work, it doesn't feel as creative as it might have. So instead, I'm going to spend a little time getting inspiration from other people's projects, like the links below! I bet you can too. 

The Artful Crafter
Make a pretty fall triple wreath wall hanging for your own wall or as a housewarming gift. With a little imagination, you can adapt the design for Christmas or just about any other occasion/season.

Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
Polymer Clay Candy Corn Beads Hot out of the Oven made using a "recipe" from the book The Polymer Clay Cookbook

The Impatient Crafter
Madge scares up another fiendishly fabulous mixed media design for Halloween!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
At Craftside there is a free cross stitch pattern, a downoadable label and idea for a spooky Halloween decoration and some wild pumpkins, a sneak peek into the new book What is Illustration?, how to sew gathers and ruffles and finally a fun question to be answered to be entered to win a free craft book.

About Family Crafts
Sherri offers several free pumpkin carving patterns for you to download and use!

Mixed Media Artist
Do you have a signature style? Cyndi wants to know what it is and wants to help you show it off!

Aileen's Musings
This week Aileen offers a free pumpkin label for you to download and print. Also, a very cool photo manipulation site, so gather your favorite pictures and have some fun!

Cathie Filian
Make a warm mug of Chai Tea at home with this traditional recipe from Cathie.

Crafty Princess Diaries
Diggity Doggity, the crocheted dog blanket is done!

And on Farm Girl Roots, City Girl Style this week, I thought I'd share a quilt I made a while back.


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