Sundays at creativejewishmom.com are devoted to my crafty readers around the world who drop by to share what they've been up to! It's really so inspiring to take a peek at such a variety of interesting projects every week, and I'm so excited to welcome some new participants this week from India, the Netherlands and Ireland! I just love the fact that we can all get together here!
Last weeks links were super and it's always such a challenge to pick which projects to feature! Here's a sampling from the party of some of the projects that inspired me!
I just love this hand-painted bean inspired bathroom from masteringeverydaycrafts. The color combination is perfect, and it really looks like wall paper! I don't know if I have the guts to do something like that, but I may just surprise you all soon! This matza vase from would be great for a modern and spare looking Passover table, and you can't get much simpler than gluing together some sheets of matzo! Okay, I have to be honest, Risa of jewishgiftplace didn't actually make it to the party on time, but since it's my party I decided to let her in very late in order to share this with my readers who will be celebrating Passover starting Monday night!
Mus from the Netherlands dropped by and shared this idea for a memory game made using colored pencils in a pot of sand! (I know, they look like cigarettes, but it's just a visual coincidence.) What really struck me about the photo on the left are the wooden picture dominos attached to the wall in the shape of a house, brilliant! And while I was visiting her blog I also wanted to share the photo on the right of this colorful artwork. Can you make a few pictures taped to the wall look this good? Don't worry, I can't either!
Amy over at modegepodgerocks is one of my sweetest friends in blogland, and I just love this card she made to welcome a new neighbor! You see, I told you she was sweet! And Sonja of craft-werk from Dublin,Ireland made this great chalkboard mug, don't you just love it?
I just love this flowered headband and hair clip from creation corner! And this sweet and simple flannel baby blanket also from creation corner would make a great present, for your own baby or someone elses!
Did you know that there's a holiday in Luxembourg where people give pretzels to one another? I'm so happy that sycamorestirrings dropped by to share this with us! Isn't this collage of letters from organizeyourstuff a great way to decorate the wall of a stairway? Start collecting the initials of all the members of your family, and make your own collage!
Flowers made from fabric are all the rage, and I think along for the ride did a great job with these little circles topped with a pearl! Last but not least, we have food art from of India! Littlefoodjunction does amazing things with food, and this would be a great way to present a meal for a birthday party don't you think?
Inspired? Me too! Now how about sharing what you've been up to! Feel free to link to anything remotely creative that you've posted on your blog! Please put the country you're from in capital letters first, and don't forget to link back to the party, with a text link or a button! Thanks for stopping by!