Thanks so much for dropping by creativejewishmom.com! In case you are new, Sundays are devoted to an international blog linking party in which readers share craft and DIY projects from their own sites. I look forward to seeing all the creativity from around the world each week, and hope that those of you with blogs will take a few moments to share something creative (even a recipe)!
Once again, last week's party included some really great projects that I'm so excited to share with you here:
I just love the simplicity of this polka dot garland by between the lines, and it looks so similar to something I might make that I have to remind myself it's not my project! One of the brilliant aspects of this garland is that she used a different color thread for the bobbin and the top thread, so the result looks like the oh-so- popular kitchen twine! Love it! On the right, I'm so happy that this very busy mom from fullhouse found a moment to drop by, to share these homemade party blowers! Just too sweet, and if she can find the time to make something like this given her house is full with a set of twins and a set of triplets, well enough said!
These quilted coasters from a pretty cool life are just too cute, and a great gift to make from your scraps. Speaking of scraps, look what the talented little dear tracks made from her scraps, these adorable owls!
And look at this faux argyle shirt by a hoot and a holler that's made from appliqued squares! Clash and Contradiction just couldn't part with her son's outgrown pajamas so she made these super cute pillows!
Two readers linked to nice family photo projects, stories by me shared with us this amazing box, and a little moore did something contemporary with this cute family monogram. Both amazing ideas for those of you who honor Mother's Day in the US!
This clothespin wreath to display your tea collection is just adorable, and so great for houseguests, thanks to the creative sisters over at kojo designs. And for another clothes pin project, how about these leaf fairies from puppy loves preschool, a fun project with so many possibilities!
Thanks to all of you who posted projects last week, I appreciate each and every one of you!
For those of you who are participating this week, thank you! Please grab a button or use a text link to link back to this party, and put the name of your country of origin at the beginning of your title. Let the party begin!