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Wow. What a week! Things have been non-stop crazy! I hate to admit it, but I kind of like it that way. Keeps me on my toes. I somehow manage to get more things done when the pressure is on. On Tuesday I hung the brackets for the shelves in my room. I also cut the wood for the shelves. More on that Friday.  Today I’m sharing a very cool table runner that I made. You may have had a sneak peek of it Sunday on Instagram. Anyway, the fabulous folks at Plaid sent me a HUGE supply of Martha Stewart Craft Supplies and told me to have fun! 

As I mentioned last week, I got a new dining room table. (I still haven’t officially shown it to you, but you can see most of it below.) So, I decided to make a fall-inspired runner! 

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  • Shannon at

    Hmmm, I need to get in on the ‘giant boxes of craft supplies arriving at my door’ thing. I love this project so much, I used some stencils for a party I’m working on and may be hooked. And obvi Martha’s are the best, they always are.

  • TracyMB @ Crows Feet Chic at

    This is awesome! At first glance I thought it was one of your quilting projects and I was looking to see how you did your unfinished edges. Love the colours; very cool! :)

  • Designed by Dawn Nicole at

    Seriously creative and awesome project! Love, love, love and pinning it. ;) Great dining room style too!

  • twelve-O-eight at

    You have done it again! This is beautiful, I thought it was quilted when I first began to read, but I LOVE the mixed stencils, PINNING and tweeting ;)

    xoxo

  • Amy Johnson at

    What a great idea! I love how you used so many different techniques! It looks gorgeous–I just might have a try at making one too. Found your post from the Blueprint Social FB group!

  • Trish Waddles at

    I agree with Shannon, I want a box of Martha Stewart crafts to arrive at my door. How did you score such a wonderful gift? Probably from having such a wonderful blog. Thanks for sharing your awesome!!! idea. Stenciling, painting, quilting how can you go wrong. Thanks for sharing.— By the way I found your blog through Pintrest and now I am pinning your great ideas. Check out my brand new blog at http://livingincrafts.blogspot.com/. I am an avid crfater but a baby when it comes to crafting and as you will see taking pictures.

  • Heather - Dollarstorecrafts.com at

    I love the “sampler” approach you took with the products — seems like the best way to figure out which ones are your favorite.

    Love the final product!

  • Sam I Am...... at

    Love it! Great job…I won’t be making it because if I buy all those supplies it will cost me big time! LOL! But if I got them for free, like you….I would do it for sure! LOL! But there’s still inspiration there and I love the pumpkins too!

  • Carolyn at

    Wow – it’s fantastic. What a great use of all the products and tools. Like a sampler! Love it.

  • Patti @ Pandoras Box at

    This is adorable – I have to get me one of those striping brushes!!

  • jessica wilson at

    Michael! This is fantastic! I love the use of the canvas, stencils AND fabric. Nifty!

  • Tonya Diehl at

    This turned out lovely!! I love the different patterns & the colors you chose!! Great job Michael!

  • Maxie Sykes at

    Love this table centerpiece, very simple and not too expensive to make.

  • Heather H at

    I’m in love with your table runner! It makes me want to go out and create one of my own. I’m already imagining Christmas possibilities!

  • Terri Thompson at

    I love this so much!!! I’m definitely going to make one myself!

  • Amy Anderson at

    I’m the hugest fan of patchwork ever. Great project!

  • Cassi at

    I really like this! I love your combination of paint and fabric and it allows for a lot of personalization :)

  • Ella Dee at

    Hey, first of all i love your site! but can you help me find out where to buy these stencils! because i can’t find it anywhere online! :(

  • Gillian at

    Ella Dee, as Plaid supplied these products I’d suggest trying Plaidonline.com (I found them by Googling the name Martha Stewart Crafts and Plaid) , you might find Amazon have them too, I’ve bought other things from Amazon myself and they make it nice and safely all the way to Australia.

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