I’ve had loads of fun with the latest Craftpod subscription box. I wanted to share the projects as they are so lovely. Craftpod is a quarterly subscription box which usually includes a couple of seasonal craft projects, stationery and always a tea bag of some sorts. It’s my favourite crafty subscription box.
Mindful creativity with the Autumn Craftpod sub box
The Autumn Craftpod landed on my doorstep a few months ago. It contained a really fun paper project by Kate Kato of Kasasagi Designs, an Autumn treasure embroidery, seasonal postcard, English Breakfast teabag and roll of Japanese MT washi tape.
The first thing I made was the seasonal embroidery. I love this kind of craft and stitched it over a few nights when we were staying at my mum’s. It was the perfect size to take away with me and I really enjoyed making it.
The second project was a paper project which I just loved the look of. I love working with paper but have never made a paper sculpture before. The sub box included mushroom patterned paper but you could also use old book paper. I decided to use the mushroom paper and spent a happy evening cutting it all out. Over the next few evenings I put the paper mushroom together, glueing the paper gills together, creating a stalk and covering the gills with tissue paper.
I was so pleased with how the mushroom sculpture turned out. I’m not quite sure what to do with it now I’m made it though! Any suggestions?
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