So it’s Halloween!!
I’ve explored a few different Crafts and creative exploits this past week, from cards and decorations, to goodies in the kitchen and I hope you have enjoyed them! …But as you all know, I am a cross-stitcher at heart. So here are a few more stitchy treats for Halloween from around the web! If you know any others do leave a comment with a link :)
I instantly liked this cute little pic from http://www.crossstitchworld.com/cross-stitch-kits.php OH even pointed out this little gem from http://onceuponastitch.wordpress.com/2009/09/17/more-prairie-schooler-halloween-stitching/ would be a great project for coloured fabric if you didn’t want to stitch in all the background work.I have also been looking for some more patterns online, and found loads, here are three that really caught my eye…
Starting with this fab one of Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas… which I may have to watch later!! (Got to love it, it’s a film I get to watch twice a year!!) This is from: http://krissay20.deviantart.com/art/Jack-Skellington-Cross-Stitch-137533444?moodonly=69 Here is a nice simple one, great for beginners, or if like me you like making cards! From: http://graysonsdesigns.blogspot.com/2009/05/halloween-cross-stitch-ornament-freebie.html And finally here’s a great chart of a few little designs, which could make cool ornaments or patches/badges for kids! Found at: http://happythreads.com.au/2009/09/28/cross-stitch-something-for-halloween/ So there we are, quite a short one today, I have lots to do, and have to prepare some photos for the grand unveiling of THE BIG PROJECT! Yes folks the day has finally come! All my private cross-stitching (so far, and there is lots more to come believe me) has come to this! I’m very excited, and I hope you’ll like it too!
Also I still need to upload a photo of my new scrap-booking stuff that came the other day! (Honestly I have had such a lazy weekend haha!) I have a busy day ahead of me by the looks of things!
Hope you all have a wonderful (and safe) Halloween,