Hello, October!

October is both terrifying and wonderful.

On the one hand, I’ve got honeycrisp apples and cooling weather and all things pumpkin!

On the other… it means the holidays are sneaking up and nobody has a Halloween costume yet and there is so much to do this month and….

deep breath. remain calm.


Crafty goodness #1: I’m the guest at one of my favorite people’s blog today! I’ve shared a full video tutorial for my favorite paste technique, and two finished tags over at Julie Fei-Fan Balzer’s blog.

#2: Today my newest on-line class begins! You can still register for Supplies on Hand (or get more info about it) over at www.craftwithmay.com  –  and you can register at any time. We kicked things off with alphabet, number, and symbol stickers today and every day for the next ten days it’ll be a different subject. Today alone there are five projects, almost an hour of video, and 2 project PDF files! Let’s just say this is a VERY content heavy class!

new supply promo

Since it is the first of the month time to make a pretty epic to-do list and break it down so I can get the most out of this fantastic month! I’m hoping for some rainy days (oh how I love them), crafty inspiration, and to make some progress in my couch to 5k (typed as I currently sit on a couch) as well as several other things. If you want to watch some behind the scenes randomness, remember I’m posting my weekly (sometimes more often) video series on YouTube.

When I want a smile and reminder to be playful always? I go watching the Jimmy Fallon + Roots + guest + classroom instrument videos. Love them so. Here’s my current fave.

Happy October!

3 thoughts on “Hello, October!”

  1. That’s awesome, May. Will go check out the tutorial. Good luck with the class. Michelle t

  2. Such a fun video! I’m embarrassed to ask though, who is the celebrity guest?? Loving class – the first day’s content is huge!! Thanks!

  3. Love Jimmy Fallon! That is one of his best with the Roots, Kindergarten musical instruments and Meghan Trainor. Thanks for sharing–I hadn’t seen that one yet.

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