October 21, 2009
Fall has fallen, oh yes, with rain and red leaves. And with fall comes wool (not mothy wool; good, warm, snuggly wool), and with wool comes Etsy. Two new Etsy loves, from me to you.
Needle felted acorns for scattering at Small House, by truLuxe:
And this crocheted apple cozy for keeping my Galas bruise-free, from Unravel Me:
October 9, 2008
That’s right — snakorns!
It’s a lingua crafta mashup in honor of two great DIYs I discovered via ThreadBanger. One, a pair of Martha Stewart-approved snakes made from hardware-store paraphernalia; the other, a fuzzy take on the oak tree’s seeds.
Martha’s Creepy Snakes, manufactured from pipe insulation, nails, map tacks, and paint, are hilarious. Just look:
Can you imagine these in your trees come Halloween? See, I told you. Hilarious.
Betz White’s Felt Acorns — a combo of felt balls and real-life acorn caps — are a sweet tribute to fall:
How-tos on Martha’s and Betz’s respective sites. Have fun.