Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday Pesach Edition! I am still in the middle of celebrating the holiday with my family, but I'm taking a little time to come here and host this weekly party! I've got a few pots on the stove for two holiday meals I'll be serving on Monday night and Tuesday day, (the last day of Pesach for us here in Israel, and the day on which the splitting of the Red Sea occurred!) so I think I'll be running a bit between the computer and the stove.....can you smell the gefilte fish cooking? (Not to worry, I'll be making the Moroccan fish tomorrow, there's just something really delicious about gefilte fish with chrain (horseradish+beets) and matzo. And when you mix the chrain with some mayonaise? Delicious!
Lest I digress, last weeks links were wonderful and varied, thanks to all of you who shared your creativity with us! Here are some of my favorites from last week:
I don't know about you, but I think that these felt booties from ctpublishing are just about the cutest things I've ever seen! And with their simple down-loadable pattern you can whip some up for an amazing gift in no time!
Pickupsomecreativity has a nice tutorial for making a really great birthday banner, I just love this machine appliqued cupcake! And my friend Amy over at modgepodgerocks made this sweet hedgehog box. In case you didn't know, hedgehogs, another popular critter from the 70's are back in full force!
I just love this vinyl wall decal that organizeyourstuffnow made with her Cricut machine! And this no-sew tutu from kitchalicious is just too cute! I was thinking that one could use the assembly technique for a number of decorative home items, how about a skirt for a chair or a vanity? A lampshade? Or tulle fringe of some kind?
At bystephanielynn you'll find a whole bunch of really great Spring craft ideas to do with the kids, like these birds!
There are handy moms and then there are really handy moms like sawdustandpaperscraps, who wielded power tools and built this playhouse from a closet! Puts me to shame! And for something a little more within my area of expertise, don't you just love these flowers made from pages of old phone books? Check them out at servingpinklemonade.
The creative sisters over at kojodesigns always have something great up their sleeves! This "take your favorite toys with you" roll up is just too sweet! And I can't wait to try this simple recipe for hair de-tangler from another blogging sister duo at homemademamas. Weren't all these great?
And now it's time to share what you've been up to this week! Please link back to the party, put the name of your country in caps, and link to anything you like, even recipes or household tips. Thanks for coming!