Saturday, October 6, 2012

Kitchen Crafting

"Autumn is a second spring where every leaf is a flower."
 -- Albert Camus 
Welcome morning, it is so wonderful to see you again & 
thank you for reminding me that with each new day...
anything is possible!

I love crafting, but often, time & finances can take the fun out of things. So here's a quick, easy and inexpensive craft that you incorporate year 'round. All you need is a kitchen towel, matching pot holder, a pair of scissors & hot glue. I found these great Fall/Thanksgiving prints at Dollar General.
Fold the corners of the pot holder to form a "pocket." Make sure you fold it so that the fabric hanging loop is still near the top. Simply hot glue the folds together.
Instantly you have a matching tea towel & scissor holder to use in your own kitchen or to give as a gift. I love making these during the different seasons. It's a cute and easy way to add a touch of holiday flair to the kitchen. They also make a really great basket stuffer. 

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