Hi Everyone, welcome once again to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week we had visitors from The Netherlands, New Zealand, Serbia, Australia, Italy, Israel, and of course the good old USA! And I'm so excited to tell you that Rosi Jo from Italy had her post picked up by Craftzine.com from this very party, which made me so very happy and brought her tons of international exposure, which she well deserves! Last weeks projects were just really great as usual, with something for everyone! Here they are:
I just love this oh-so-simple idea with fabulous results from I Love To Create. Who wouldn't want a mirror like this one? A great gift for your crafty/sewing friends! And Nela from Belgrade, Serbia (!) makes the art of paper cutting look so great with this simple carriage silhouette!
Who would guess that this pin cushion is made from toilet paper rolls? I was so happy to discover this and other great projects by michelle made me— she has some amazing ideas! Nancy from La Maison Reid stopped by the party for the first time with this wonderful burlap bag, and I especially love that rose!
Handmade by Tati, a blogger from Israel, made these super cute bottle top magnets by simply spray painting the bottle tops and adding some stickers that happened to be just the right size! And Rosi Jo from Italy is back with yet another super project, windmills from plastic bottles, complete with a tutorial on her blog here.
Here are two great projects for kids! Sarah of Paper Crafts For Children, from New Zealand, tells us how to make prints using stamps made from modeling clay, and the ever-crafty Amanda gives the low down on how to make those beads and safety pin bracelets! If you're like me you've always wanted to make these, so now you can!
Crafting Jewish Style shows you how to make super cute Chanukah gift cards—it's never too early to start thinking about the holidays? And I just love this felt needle (crochet and sewing) case also by michelle made me! Love the detailing and artsy look, so unique!
Bird Crafts from France always knows how to make great home-made party favors, including these lollipops. You can find the recipe and complete instructions on her blog here. And I just love Sumo's Sweet Stuff's circle mobile. Fantastic and really do-able! This would look great in a nursery or in a mid-century modern style living room!
Inspired? Overwhelmed? (Please don't say yes, we all have many more projects on our to-do list than we could ever hope to do!) Let's get started with the party! Thanks so much for coming, I appreciate each and every one of you!© 2009-2010 Inlinkz.com | Terms & Conditions