Thanks for stopping by Craft Schooling Sunday! Hope you'll enjoy learning a little about my favorite projects from last week, and taking a peek at what reader's have contributed this week. And please don't be shy if you have something to share!
I just love this little doily garland, from Anne Marie, simple and sweet. And speaking of doilies, aren't the doiley luminaries from crafts by Amanda lovely? Amanda used spray adhesive to attach her doilies, but one can certainly use many craft products for this, like modgepodge fabric, or paverpol, or maybe even diluted white glue!
Can you believe that Ellen at Ellen's creative passage made this gorgeous work of art from large paint chips? The secret is mixing a bit of brown paint into the modge podge to give a slightly antiqued look, which I think also makes it look like a painting. And speaking of modge podge, Carolyn from Carolyn's homework also used it for her raindrop suncatchers, to adhere tissue paper to recycled packaging plastic. Great idea!
Now that I've already mentioned modgepodge twice, so I must show you what Amy the modge podge queen over at modge podge rocks made— modge podge glass clings! A totally simple technique that you must check out. And my friend Meni from Spain at dalle un colinho, made this super cute wand, wouldn't it be great for Purim?
Fortunately for us, she wears flowers is still making winter crafts and she did a great job with this iron -on applique pillow! And this little mushroom plant poke is just the sweetest, a great kid's craft too from twig and toadstool.
Aunt Peaches made this great free form crocheted pom pom scarf, super simple with artsy results! And Maya over at little treasures made this great crocheted necklace, you'll have to check out her post to find out where she got the wire piece for the necklace base, since I'm not telling you.
Okay, that's it for the features, now it's time to gather some more inspiration. I figure one can never get enough right? Thanks so much for sharing your latest creative adventures!