Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, I'm so happy to say that I've got lots of great projects from last week to share with you! And looking forward to seeing what crafters from around the world will share here on CJM this week! Interestingly enough the projects from last week are mostly about pink, aqua and gardens! Take a look:
I just love love love! this tiered planter from brandy'scrafts and especially the aqua and black color choice. This recycled jar tea light holder is just gorgeous don't you think?, and so easy to make with just some modge podge and food coloring! Head on over to gingerbreadsnowflakes for a complete tutorial.
Of course this Amy Butler laminated cotton is fantastic, as is the idea to use it for a highchair cushion. Check out the complete tutorial at sewcando. And isn't this fabric popsicle bunting the cutest? The hungry hippie is living somewhere "overseas" and sewing up a storm. so drop by her blog here, for the tutorial.
I just love this little crocheted owl purse, which is first real crochet project for fowlsinglefile! I'm so proud of her, and hope she'll come to love crocheting as much as I do. And Sarah from craftylocks stopped by from New Zealand with this great paper mache pulp project, a crown pencil holder. A great summer project for the kids!
These gorgeous paper flowers from frugal life were made using pages from a pottery barn catalog, brilliant! You can make flowers like these by following my simple tutorial here. And I just love this scottie applique pillow, from bustleandsew, too sweet!
Aren't these duffle bags great? Liz at livingmysweetlife made them for trips to the family beach house (in Montauk, New York), from a pair of her husband's old khakis and a cute fish patterned fabric. And I just love this paper bow from iheartjenny'sart, I'm sure you could use this idea in so many ways!
Can you believe that Rebekah of potholesandpantyhose transformed this file cabinet with just wood-grained contact paper? And I love what Amy of heynowwhoanow did with these tiny canvases, brilliant idea to mount them on a background!