Welcome Fall!

Fall begins this Sunday and after having record high temperatures this week, I'm more than ready.  I took some time at enjoyed getting  out our fall decorations, but realized I didn't have anything for my craft area and I don't really have the room to set anything out either. I was disappointed as fall is one of my favorite seasons to celebrate.  I spent yesterday making some paper so I decided to make a little something that I could use to decorate my area and since I've been in the mood to make tags for several weeks I thought that it would be the perfect thing to create.  I wanted to share it with all of you, too. 

I used one of the great Papermill Kits from Arnold Grummer's and followed the directions to make some paper pulp.  I, then, used the tag template and poured the pulp in to form the tag and just minutes later after following all of the basic instructions I had a tag that was ready to decorate. 

It's that simple and that fun to create your own paper and turn them into decorations for any occasion and any space whether it be large or small!
Don't forget to take advantage of the sale on Arnold Grummer's website this month.  You will get 20% off your entire order just by entering the PROMO CODE:  Sept20.

 Be sure to head over and get the things you want to use for your next project or to begin a new part of your crafting hobby.  There's lots to choose from!


  1. I just tried the promo code and it said it wasn't valid. :(

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    2. The coupon code has been corrected. It's Sept20. Sorry about that. Please use this code and it will work.

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