Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! The week has flown by, and once again it's time for some inspiration from around the world. I really can't believe that Passover is in just three weeks and I have yet to show you any new ideas, or even come up with them, but not to worry, they're on the way shortly! In the mean time, here's some great ideas from some of my favorite crafters:
First up we have the incomparable Lilla A. with two wonderful ideas. Firstly, a memory game made by decoupaging paper, or wall paper onto blocks. She actually got this idea from another crafter from her part of the world, and both of theirs are amazing. And this little cardboard mail box is just too cute, and a great idea for children, like her daughter, who love to write letters to family members!
Paper mache teacups? Yes indeed, and you can make some yourself with a great tutorial and pattern from ann wood. And I just love the idea that Carolyn's homework came up with, a seed garland presented as a gift wrapped around a bottle. I'd add a few paper flowers to the bottle to complete the look, and you've got yourself a thoughtful little handmade gift for Spring.
Aunt Peaches is at it again with this fantastic light fixture made from mardi gras beads, and I just love these sherpa boot slippers from sew can do, wouldn't they be adorable in a bunch of sizes and colors?
I just love these fleece flower pillows from come together kids, perfect for Spring, and not hard to make. And this modern fabric flower, it's from between the lines, and a perfect little touch for your home right about now!
And on the kid's crafting front we've got two adorable bird themed projects. Firstly a wonderful stamping project from the chocolate muffin tree, and secondly this super sweet painted rock duck project from red ted art. And now, let the party begin!