Saturday, October 1, 2011

September Stache Party!

Thanks again to all of you who are participating in this months Stache Party!  I really enjoy seeing all of your projects!  This month, I made a couple of things out of my stache, but this is my favorite:

Let's see what all of you made!  But before I get into that, I should mention that this next month, I will have a linky party up for you to link up your projects too.  I have been a bit relaxed about things, but starting next month, please only link up things you have EITHER made (or mostly made) from your stash OR a project that you have finished that has been unfinished! After all, this is a party to motivate you to downsize your stash!  Thanks!  Okay, here are the sweet projects!

Katie at My Darling Days submitted these candy corn candles.  Aren't they so cute?  She shares a tutorial of how to make them.

Janny shares this super cute skirt tutorial.  Doesn't she have great photography skills?  She blogs about it over at Que Linda.

Heather of Summerstead created this beautiful crayon canvas.  She also got here sons involved (they each made one!  Check out her blog to see them!) I think they look like so much fun!

Kati of It's All About Ty and Ashlee shares her laundry room makeover!  It is quite the transformation!  Check out her blog to see the before pictures!

Vanessa of Blog 5 to 9 shares this super duper cute cupcake stand.  It only cost her $7 too!

Lindsay over at Southern Lovely shares a tutorial on how to make this super adorable dress! Aren't the stripes so cute?!

Melanie from Bear Rabbit Bear shares here corkboard makeover! I love seeing things repurposed!

Estelle of Twinkles, Tutus, & Twirls shares with us this really cute side comb.

Jenni of Treacle and Ink made Christmas ornaments out of salt dough!  Would't these look so cute tied on a gift?

Amy of One Artsy Momma created a Googly Eye Mirror and a Fall Wreath.  They both look like so much fun and add some great color for this fall/halloween season!

Steph of Southern Fairy Designs made this top using a strapless bra and jersey fabric.  I love the fabric she used.  Isn't the monkey adorable?

Pam of Threading My Way shares this adorable twirl skirt.  I love her fabric choice!

Kristen of My Covered Bridge  made these really cute jute-wrapped candlesticks.  I love jute twine!

Thanks a gain for all of you who participated!  I hope you will all come back next month!


Chantelle @ The Fridge Door Blog said...

The salt dough Christmas ornaments are too precious! I love them.

In fact, they're just what I need for our first family Christmas tree :)

Tyler-Ashlee's Mommy said...

Wow! Thank you for including me :)

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