Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, and wishing you a very happy Purim! As I post this we have already heard the first public reading of Megillat Esther, and those of us who will be hosting parties tomorrow are quite likely hard at work cooking and preparing, which is what I'll be doing as soon as I share with you last week's really great features. Thanks so much for everyone who has taken the time to post their projects here, and it has been so nice to see so many new contributors recently. And now, are you ready for some more great ideas to get the creative gears turning? Here they are:
These first two projects win the grand prize for inventiveness, pure brilliance! Did you know that with just a bit of water you can craft with cornstarch packing peanuts available at the office supply store? Such a great idea, thanks so much to chalk in my pocket. And now, see this gold mirror, you'll never guess how can't stop making things made it......with caulk! Yes, my friends, I do believe that there is some caulk crafting in my future too, it's just too brilliant!
Isn't this moss letter gorgeous? Find out the complete details from felt so cute, and she also posted about a home made Passover seder kit, worth thinking about now too! Ever thought to make a pendant from a vintage glass knob? Well I'm not surprised that the inventive Mich in LA did, and I just love it!
Isn't this fabric tape measure great? The crafty cpa has been up to some wonderful things lately! And this beer can pop top alligator from Aunt Peaches was actually made by her grandmother! This proves that creativity is genetic, I mean really, just look at those pearly teeth!
Stamping with dice is just too cute, thanks to housing a forest. And I just love the colors in these yarn spider webs from handmade in Israel, and look how amazing they look with these gorgeous wild flowers that Lisa gathered near her home.
Lilla A. hosted a kid's portrait exhibition, and Se7en entered with this wonderful work of art, along with 6 others, definitely worth checking out! And speaking of Lilla A., here she is with this wonderful toilet paper tube silhouette looking glass project, very artful and unique! And now my crafty friends, what have you been up to?