10 Autumnal Craft Products to Prepare You for Autumn
As much as we don’t want to admit it, summer is coming to an end. Autumn is just over the horizon, which means we’ll all have to put on that extra layer and potentially resort to the heating. (Boo!) But autumn does have its perks. In my opinion, it’s one of the prettiest seasons. The rich orange, red and yellow hues of falling leaves strewn across the streets is such a beautiful sensation. That alone is a huge inspiration in crafting. To prepare your craft stash for the coming season, here are 10 enchanting autumnal craft products.
The ultimate symbol of autumn is falling leaves. They epitomise the changing of the season and the world’s transition into chillier times. These dies represent that change perfectly.
This luxurious acrylic yarn echoes the rich crimson hues associated with autumn. Trends always predict reds, oranges and yellows for this season — let’s get the cosy knitwear ready.
This collection of 18 ink pads focusses not only on autumn, but on winter too. These colours embody the harvest time spirit superbly, enabling you to match projects to the season.
These whimsical flower and leaf dies are pretty epic. Create apertures, frames and toppers with the look of falling leaves, thanks to the intricate negative and positive design details.
This is probably the most autumnal product you’ll see. Depicting breathtaking landscapes with warm oranges and reds running throughout, these images are, quite simply, autumn.
Leather wrap jewellery is ideal for autumn; as the weather cools, you won’t want to wear cold metal! Choose from three fall-inspired colourways to accessorise smart for autumn.
Two packs of cardstock with different effects, each characterising autumn’s golden charm. There’s foiling, there’s texture, and there’s lots of shimmer. Pretty much a win-win!
With designs ranging from serene woodland glades and lily sprays to chirpy lovebirds and autumn leaves, this CD ROM contains the perfect backdrops for your craft projects.
When we think of autumn, many of us imagine forests bursting with life. It’s no spring, but there’s still plenty of hustle and bustle. This fat quarter sets the scene exquisitely.
Nothing says autumn more than crisp leaves, pumpkins, and quilting projects! When the gloomy evenings begin to draw in, what better way to spend them than with a new project?