Hi crafty friends, welcome once again to that day of the week when the spotlight is on you! Once again I've got some great projects from last week to share with you, and looking forward to another wonderful international get together this week! The great thing about crafting is that you don't even need to speak a common language in order to communicate, crafting is in itself an international language! Where in the world are you? And of course, a big thank you to all of those who have taken a moment to share here on Craft Schooling Sunday!
This first project by morgan made it, is not only adorable, but a super example of how one can do an act of kindness through crafting— in this case through a project organzied by Craft Hope. Check out Morgan's site for more info. And on the right? A mechanical toy project that you can do with a thread spool brought to us by mini eco. Can't wait to try it with my kids!
This paper animals craft is just so creative and adorable, from Se7en, and I love the striped sails on these walnut boats from red ted art. Two great projects to do with the little ones, from South Africa and The United Kingdom!
I just love this doiley lampshade, from maize hutton! And the very creative michele made it is at it again, with this crafty folded paper wreath, done in the same style as I used to make gum wrapper bracelets.....thanks Michele I'd been wondering how we used to do it!
These toilet paper tube roll crowns are just adorable, and a perfect activity for a Purim party, thanks to Sheva over at my shtub. I just love this cupcake liner gift topper from family chic— I think it would be great for a little extra touch on your mishloach manot for Purim, especially if you give cupcakes!
I just love the vintage look and fabric combo in this ruffled apron for kids over at my creation corner, and Sandy over at sandy's space made this really fun perpetual calender, and she's even shared a tutorial for it!