Autumn homestyle subscription box

Autumn Craftpod review

handmade felt owl brooch

I really enjoyed the Summer Craftpod subscription box. I loved the contents so found it easy to set aside time to make the craft projects. It’s the only subscription box I’m paying for at the moment and I really love it. I loved the sound of the Autumn Craftpod box so bought it as soon as I could. It’s slim enough to fit through the letterbox which is a big bonus for me.

Inside were some lovely goodies: a toadstool embroidery hoop and notebook by Maggie Magoo Designs, two little felt owls, a postcard by Amy Rose of The Floral Fox Art, and a Red Berry and hibiscus teabag from The Canton Tea Co.

Craftpod Autumn Box review

My daughter has recently started her Year 1 journey in the “Owls” class and has developed a small obsession with owls as a result. So these were the first things I made. I’ve always enjoyed working with felt and loved stitching these.

Then I started on the toadstool embroidery hoop. Everything was included – the embroidery hoop, printed fabric and 6 skeins of embroidery thread.

I followed the instructions, adding a couple of different stitches to give some texture. The colours are so pretty and autumnal and I loved watching it come together.

Autumn CRaftpod box

I’ve yet to use the notebook, postcard or even drink the tea. Life has been so busy and I’m thinking that November and December will be crazy with birthdays, Christmas and my invigilating job starting up again.

I’m so looking forward to the Winter Craftpod though. A bit of me hopes it will be out in December for some seasonal crafting. Most of me is hoping for January though, I love the thought of some quiet crafting time in January after the madness of Christmas is over.

See my other reviews here:

Spring Craftpod 2017

Autumn Craftpod 2017


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    Rebecca | AAUBlog
    October 21, 2017 at 9:13 pm

    these are so cute. i like that you get everything you need, as I am the least crafty person ever!

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    Kate Williams
    October 22, 2017 at 8:42 am

    Oh I really like the look of this! Ironically I don’t get much time to do crafting anymore so it would really help me to have everything drop through the postbox without me having to hunt around and find the right supplies.

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    October 22, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    I always want to do more arts and crafts but never know where to begin – this box would be perfect for me!

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