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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

September 29, 2015

Free Candy Corn Printable and Fall Printables

I absolutely love free printables. I loved them before they were a 'thing'. I remember years ago when I first started blogging, looking for free background graphics to add to my blog, or to add as a background paper. Then I found free vintage graphics, free cross stitch patterns, free To Do lists...and the list goes on and on!

So for this year I thought I would start out the Fall Months with a COUPLE FREE PRINTABLES...right click on them, save them to your computer, and then print out and frame, make a banner, or decoupage to a canvas board and you will have free Fall and Halloween decorations. 



This Free Candy Corn Printable I made from a saying we started when our kids were little.  It's a little saying that has been in our family for years. Our three kids wouldn't eat vegetables...nothing new about that. But during October Candy Corn would show up in the store and our kids would ask if there was really corn in the candy.


So I told them yes and that Candy Corn was actually my favorite vegetable....hence the free printable!

The Fall Printable below can be framed or printed out and made into a banner by gluing each letter to twine or ribbon.




       

I have an awesome Halloween Vintage looking Printable for sale in my Etsy shop too. It is much more ornate and I made the original into a large banner to be hung on a large white armoire that is filled with fall quilts. 


Enjoy!
Debbie

September 4, 2015

Happy Fall Ya'll...start decorating and start baking!

Hey everyone! It is time to celebrate since Fall is definitely around the corner....
pull out the warm fuzzy afghans, wonderful scented candles, and start baking.
With cooler weather the family comes indoors...and they want to eat!



These are some of my miniatures I've been working on. Miniature baked cakes...spice cakes, pies, hot cider...I love it.




 My husbands family had a dessert when he was little called Tunnel of Fudge cake....so I did my best trying to replicate it. He said it was a gooey chocolate bundt cake and when you cut into it, there was a fudgey center. Oh my gosh that sounds good right about now. But this is polymer clay and is not edible!

 Many of my customers don't decorate dollhouses they decorate a kitchen shelf and they want a little miniature vignette that people can see when they walk by. Enjoying it during the season. So these are called prep boards. Food prep board...made out of polymer clay and decorated for the season.



Have a Happy Fall Ya'll!
Debbie