Grand Prize winner: Allison S.
First Runner-up: Jill H.
Second Runner-up: Bonnie Su.
We reached 1000 YouTube subscribers! Enter the drawing by Thursday, October 15 for our give away!
We also are saying thank you to all our loyal customers and supporters! Our private appreciation event is around the corner. We have limited project kits available for sale which we plan to ship out this Thursday, October 15. Even if you do not get a kit box- feel free to join us on Facebook for several live projects throughout the event!
We appreciate you ALL for your support!
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We need 2 more people before we reach our 1000 subscriber goal!
When we get there we will post a new intro video and rules for entering our give-away contest. So excited. Thanks again for supporting us!
We are having a PRIVATE appreciation event this month for a small group of Curious Farms Market supporters. We are expecting a full (or nearly full) turnout for this unique retreat. If you were not able to be a part of this crafting get-away there is still good news! If all goes well, we are hoping to do it again next spring allowing a larger crowd.
During the event this month we will be airing several live sessions on Facebook, and will put updates on the projects here during that week for you to interact and engage in the fun!
I had gotten this big paper mache “O” and painted it gray to use as a fun frame! The stencil I used for this snowman project I ordered from : EuroStencilDesigns
You can use any snowman stencil or image you find. I then opened an office document on my computer and typed the words “in the meadow we could build a” and selected a font I liked. You can download the exact words here:
Or you can type your own words in your own font and decoupage them onto your piece of art!
Take this concept and make it your own with images and words.
It is fall and I enjoyed coming up with this fun pumpkin sign project. But you could change the colors, stencil, and words and make this project for ANY occasion!
I used a sheet of 11 x 17 paper and IOD Retro stamp for the letters. They can be found in
You can purchase the pumpkin stencil (and so many more stencils) here.
These vintage looking stockings are made from paper! We used a Santa Post print and pieced it together to make this collage stocking, but you can take any favorite print and use the same technique!
You can find the same Santa paper HERE.
Template for the stocking shape (Or draw your own stocking design!)
Download the two images and print them onto 8.5 x 11 inch (regular printer size) paper.
Line up the dotted line to make a 17 inch stocking. Cut the pieces and trace onto large paper.
If you are using the same Santa Print paper to collage, you can see how we lined up the pieces. But, be creative and do whatever paper or layout you like!
Be sure to watch the video for full instructions.
It may not be Christmas, but if you are a crafter, you may just want an early start.
Link to Christmas Village template website
Not quite ready for Christmas? You can do these rounds in any theme!
Need some decoupage papers or solid color place mats for your next project? Check out the Paper we sell.