Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! It's great to be here, and so glad to have you with me! As you may know, I just love the international aspect of this party, and was so excited to have some new contributors from Romania, Greece, and Bosnia! In addition to Canada, Australia, Italy, Poland, The United States, England, Israel and South Africa! (If I left any place out, do let me know, it's not always so apparent where everyone comes from, and requires a bit of detective work on my part, but it's worth it, don't you think?)
And now, for the features from last week:
Isn't this felt cake from she wears flowers just too adorable? And the candles snap off too! Embroidered leaves? Brilliant don't you think, and great for any special occasion. How about intials for the bride and groom, or numbers for a birthday? Check out family chic for this great project, and lot more!
Egg carton lollipop holders? Great idea, and especially for Purim! Check it out at Crafts by Amanda. And yes, this really is a toothbrush! It's a bracelet, with a tutorial brought to you by two girls being crafty. I was thinking that some bathroom hooks or a towel ring of some kind could be really great too! Yes, I know, lightbulbs went off in a few of your heads too, right? Gotta love those creative re-use projects!
Can't stop making things has been making some very creative things lately, so I'm glad she can't stop! I just love this bubble blower, complete with bubble solution that she colored with food coloring. Brilliant. And this truly amazing baby dress? (Don't worry, that baby isn't really standing.....) You can check out the story behind this original creation, inspired by some similar adult-sized versions, over at Kojo Designs
These pom pom critters are part of a card making project for kids over at Meyamo....too adorable to pass up! And isn't this delicate "birds and berries" applique super? It's by none other than the fabulous Michele over at Michele Made Me, as a decorative detail on a reversible jean/plaid fabric hat!
This submarine project is just adorable, and I highly recommend checking out the photos of the creative details over at Se7en, always a very inspiring place for kid's crafts in any case! And I just had to wrap up the features with this sweet and simple rabbit potato print from nurture store. How about potato printing these on some cloth napkins or a table cloth?
Okay, my friends, now it's time to see what you've been up to this week! Please link back to the party, and don't be shy!