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Lots of gorgeous stuff here.
- This artist’s work reminds me of the book Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr.
- For autumn people. I’m a summer person, so I like the before pictures better. (Except the Central Park one.)
- For all the writers: here are the rooms where twenty famous authors wrote the books readers love.
- Magnificent Spanish cathedral. Follow the author’s link to find out more.
- Do you like to read Young Adult novels? Maybe your next read is on this Teens’ Top Ten list for 2018.
- Interesting photographs of miniature scenes constructed from stuff you probably have lying around at home.
- Gorgeous purple quilts honoring Prince.
- These vintage Halloween costumes are kind of creepy.
- Fabulous essay on the creative life.
- Where do authors get their story ideas?
- A printmaker who designs napkins and wrapping paper.
- Amazing ceramic representation of a coral reef.
Fall is in the air all over the blogosphere.
- Thanksgiving is coming. Here are some little thanksgiving verses you can print out as reminders.
- Genius staircase innovation.
- Little people appearing in surprising places.
- Advice for beginning quilters.
- Photographs from around the world. (I could skip the cold places.)
- Hollywood made her cross. (Cross-stitch, that is.)
- A lot of wisdom in this article.
- You rake leaves into piles? That’s so yesterday.
- Want to read the best books published this year? Here’s a good start.
- This is what butterfly wings look like close up.
- Pie artistry. (Thanksgiving coming up. No pressure.)
- Quilts for people who like spooky stuff for Halloween.
- It’s not too late to make a Harry Potter book character costume for Halloween.
Thank you to Donna, who shares one beautiful thing on her blog every day, for this uplifting pre-Halloween article.
Happy Halloween! By now, you have probably noticed how obsessed with dressing up I am, so it will come as no surprise that I’m posting about Halloween costumes today. However, I decided that this year, I wanted to show you something a little special.
These are costumes for children with mobility issues, and they’re way more awesome than those made for their typically-abled counterparts. Not crafty? No problem. You can actually buy some of these on Etsy!
Hope everyone has a magnificent Halloween. Don’t forget to post pictures!
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For my final Inktober offering: