Simple Fall accent

Remember that bag of flat tennis balls in my closet? Yep, these came from that very same bag. They just got a little facelift with some twine. And I think they are very “fall-ish” paired with that plate.
The twine adds a fun texture to my front room.
Here’s the Before pic.
Sorry for the lack of posts. I’ve been rather busy preparing for Super Saturday (craft day at my church), hubby gone on rotation, work, and training for a half marathon. Things should be slowing down a bit; the hubs is home now and today was Super Saturday {YAY!!}. So I should be able to finish some of my ‘started-not-completed’ projects. First up is my Staircase. Can’t wait to get this project rockin!!

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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1

    Very cute!

  2. 2

    Hi there. Saw you became a follower of mine so popped over to check yours and have spent the last 10 mins or so reading back. Very fun!! You have some wonderful ideas! I am so glad I found you! Your house just looks too cute for Halloween.
    Prayers going out for your special little niece – keep us posted as to how she does.
    Have a great day!
    Karen @ Some Days Are Diamonds

  3. 3

    VEry groovy twine balls…why does twine just make everything cute??
    When are we having our "SS is over and now we can have fun" party???? :)

  4. 4
    The DIY Show Off

    These are so easy to DIY and such a pretty accent! Thanks for linking your creativity to the Fall Festival! :)


  5. 5
    Embellished Bayou

    Cute project! I'm loving all the different things you can do with twine!

  6. 7

    I love it. Great job.

  7. 9

    What a fab idea! I am filing this away at

    Thanks so much for sharing!!

  8. 10
    Linda@Coastal Charm

    Soooo cute…great idea you had here.


  9. 11
    Kara@ Creations by Kara

    Love them! I've been wanting to make some for awhile, but I just haven't gotten around to it. Sigh.

  10. 12

    I love the balls, I am going to make one of those, no three will be good, thanks for the inspiration, love the blog, I am a new follower, come for a visit

  11. 13
    Kim @ Starshine Chic

    My kind of project. Easy peasy!!! At least it looks easy.

  12. 14
    { L }

    This is another amazing idea! You are full of inspiration. I really enjoy your blog.

    Wow, you are busy (but it sounds like a GOOD busy!) That is awesome about your running race! Very motivational to me. I would love to be able to do that someday. And I wish my church had Super Saturday. ;)

  13. 15
    Kate @ The Gaines Gang

    Great idea!

    I would love to have{make} the time to train for a run.

    Thanks for sharing!


  14. 16
    nannykim/spindle cottage

    Cool–where in the world do you find that kind of colored twine??

  15. 17
    Linda @ Craftaholics Anonymous

    Nannykim, I found the twine at Walmart at a reasonable price.

  16. 19
    Shanty 2 Chic

    Oh yeah!! What a fun project… GREAT repurpose!! Way to go!!

  17. 20

    I want to make some of these! How did you make it so even and fab? Also, what adhesive did you use? Very clever idea, thanks for sharing. I have you bookmarked, looking forward to more great ideas! Deborah

  18. 21
    Empty Nest Full Life

    Never thought of old tennis balls, but what a great idea! Jackie