*i have to say... shares tips and a tutorial for making a quilt with your child. *Create a J.Crew-inspired ribbon necklace with Samster Mommy. *Make a three panel headboard with High Heeled-Foot in the Door. *Head to LollyChops for a fabulous tip-filled punch needle embroidery play-by-play and an adorable tree stump pattern. *Build a corrugated glow tea light lantern with Ross Orr on Craft. *Turn an old t-shirt into a useful grocery bag with For the Love of Craft. *Make mini stepping stones with a video tutorial from Two Hearts Together. *Sew a smocked/shirred pillowcase top with Collecting the Moments...One by One. *If your home has a recessed shelf, try dressing it up with this easy to swap background paper idea from MAKE GROW GATHER on Heart Handmade. *Turn a paper towel into an embellishment-ready piece of glossy art paper. *Create inkjet transfer table settings with Kate Pruitt on Design Sponge. *Head to Shayla's Beadwork for over thirty types of printable beading graph paper. *Make a t-shirt quilt with Michelle Kempner on Craft. *Turn a cardboard box into a kitchen hot pad with Eva Foreva. *Sew an art tote for carrying crayons, colored pencils and paper with a tutorial from Roots and Wings Co. *I really like how Peixinhos No Sotao turned a damaged book and felt into a child's handbag. The directions aren't in English but the follow along photos are great!*These fabric and button barrettes are great for fall. Get the directions on Fireflies and Jellybeans. *Turn pallets into shelving with on Design Sponge. *Make a mixed media melange necklace with Margot Potter on I Love to Create. *Sew a twin bed duvet cover with Sew4Home.