Season of Crafts

Welcome to another Wednesday – Craft Day.  Today I am posting about the Season of Crafts. I worked retail for over 20 years and we rushed the seasons in -is that a good thing?  Do we really need Christmas in July? As a crafter we need to start making our items early but is there a too early point? I know if you sell or do craft shows it’s a given ? But as an everyday crafter  how early do you start ?

It’s October So ?  What are you working on ?

  1. Halloween
  2. Thanksgiving
  3. Christmas
  4. New Year
  5. valentine



from the heart stamp – Holiday card in non traditional colors.




Fall Butterfly stamp




Halloween Cross stitched witch card / paper from Authentique


2 thoughts on “Season of Crafts

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  1. Personally I don’t like seeing Christmas items until after Remembrance Day. Don’t we owe it to the people who gave their lives to celebrate them before a holiday we only get because of what they did?


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