It's Sunday again, which means it's time for Craft Schooling Sunday! I'm so very happy with all the amazing projects my talented guests have been linking to, and I hope that the party will grow to include crafters from around the world. If you know someone with a blog or site that is a crafter or DIY enthusiast, please tell them about the party! It's a great way to make new connections, draw some traffic to your site and even get a project posted here. I generally do not link to other sites, so this party is also my way of returning some of the "love" that other bloggers have shown me!
And now for the exciting highlights of last week's party:
Here are two super tutorials for making some fun new jewelry. These would be great for Purim, or a project for a teenage girl's get together. The newspaper ring is from my cute friends over at craftenvy, and the flower earrings are from secretpieshoppe, just too sweet!
Summer over at sumossweetstuff shows us how to make this cute fabric flower in no time! Inna is originally from Russia, but now lives in Israel and is a paper quilling extraordinaire. This project, Spring flowers of Israel is just one of many amazing works you can see over at increations.
Need a Purim costume or a sweet baby outfit for summer? How about this adorable tutu and matching diaper cover from thecottagehome?somewhatsimple is one of the sweetest bloggers I know, so this treat jar container is just perfect coming from her! These would be great for Purim! And if you have a stroller, wouldn't you just love a caddy like this one? Sew one yourself with a tutorial from Iamonlyonewoman.
This embroidered Valentines's Day card with a fabric envelope is just too cute not to share with you. A busy mom of two over at masteringeverydaycrafts made if for her husband! And these leggings made from sweater arms are really something, don't you agree? You can find out how to make them from two crafty sisters over at kojodesigns.
I was so happy to have a visit from Remodaholic, who came to the party from the amazing circle of DIY home bloggers. She is incredibly resourceful, and designed this crafting table which her handy husband then made with wood scraps from the garage! Last week mymommymakesit shared with us her felt tea bags, and this week she is delighting us again with a tea tray and felt cookies!Wasn't that a great assortment of projects?I hope you are as inspired as I am! And now, on to the linking portion of the party! The rules of the party are simple, you can find those in last week's party. Thanks so much for coming and please grab a badge or use a text link to link back to this party!