Hi Everyone, welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week's party was during a solemn time on the Jewish calender, but now we've moved on, and are in the middle of summer vacation. So feel free to come to the party with a festive spirit and enjoy! Last week's party was full of fun summer activities, and some great crafting ideas, take a look:
I just love love love this pot holder by Alisa Burke, made from a bunch of fabric and some jean pockets! And aren't these vases from Lilla A Design so sweet?A nice summer project to do with the kids, or make some yourself to use as tea-light holders, or vases for outdoor entertaining!
Dottie Angel has a really fun blog, where she portrays herself as something she isn't actually, with poetic English prose- and her style is unbeatable. I just love this simple crocheted blanket with appliqued doilies that she made for her daughter who's heading off to college. Sweet. Motherlode tells us how to make scratch and sniff paintings with kool-aide! Sounds like fun to me! I always knew kool-aide wasn't really meant for consumption, right?
Living My sweet Life made this great pleated clutch, perfect for little outings! Crafts By Amanda made these cute little signs to hang on the door to answer the questions of all her son's friends that knock throughout the afternoon. Great idea, Amanda!
Frugal family fun shows us how to make a contraption for creating giant bubbles, a really great summer activity! And also from Frugal Family Fun, watermelon prints from potatoes, simple and so cute. You could even do this with fabric paint and make some fun summer tablecloths on old sheets!
And now, it's time to gather up some more jewels of creativity from visitors around the world, let the party begin!