Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Thanks so much to everyone who contributed last week, there were some fabulous projects! It really is wonderful to see so much talent out there! And without further delay, I bring you the features from last week's party:
To start off today's features, lets all give a nice round of applause to my friend Aunt Peaches for her creative re-use of campaign poster boards (from corrugated plastic). In this case she's made a wonderful jewelry organizer with curtain hooks as the hooks, brilliant. And speaking of brilliant, love, love, love these simple drawstring coin purses from between the lines. They remind me of those summer camp leather projects, only with a sophisticated twist.
Carolyn over at carolyn's homework always has beautiful and unique projects, and this wonderful baby carrot yarn project is just irresistable! I always love delicate paper cutting projects, and I'm really happy to finally be able to feature one of the projects from deepi joshi, since she's been doing some really great crafting these days!
Ahhhhh, granny square pillows from to be charmed, in lovely colors. And since we're on the subject of pillows, I just love this machine embroidered applique/pillow from the crafty cpa— you could make a whole series of these with all kinds of simple outlined images, or even vintage embroidery patterns!
The children's artwork, including this flower project, over at Se7en are always inspiring, a must see if you could use a little push to increase the creativity over at your place! And speaking of creativity, check out this gorgeous recycled gift wrap package, which includes lots of plastic bags, from the gifted blog.
I just love this cute robot project with interchangeable parts from serving pink lemonade, a great project for older kids to do all by themselves! And another great project is these adorable paper cup lighthouses, from mid craft crisis....who doesn't love lighthouses?
And now, it's time to see what you all have been up to!