One of the rewarding parts of running this blog is connecting with readers, and especially those who have been inspired by some of my projects to make their own versions! So while I'm celebrating Passover with my family, I thought I'd share with you some projects that readers have sent in or linked to on their own blogs.
Fresh off the press, is this really great version of my ten plagues Passover placards, sent in by a reader Megan, who said that the project was a great hit at their seder! I'm just as proud as can be! And crafty Abby, a mom and midwife at Hadassah EinKerem hospital in Jerusalem finds time to craft for the holidays—she wrote asking advice on how to use these pre-cut matzo circles, and I suggested using them in my paper accordian-fold medallion bouquet. I think she did a great job!
Mrs. Soma Karnavat of India also sent in two wonderful crafts made from projects on my blog. Her toilet paper tube wreath was inspired by my toilet paper tube wreath, and her fun book page wreath was inspired by my sunburst book page mirror.
And now, two wonderful reader projects for our friends in the Southern Hemisphere for whom fleece and polar bears are season-appropriate right about now! Love this no-sew fleece hat from creative endevours
which was made using my no-sew fleece hat tutorial. And I just love Aunt Peaches cereal box gift bag, made after she was inspired by my cereal box gift bags.
I just love this crocheted granny vest that two girls being crafty made using my crocheted granny vest pattern. And this felt mixed bouquet is just too sweet, from made by Trisha, using my felt bouquet tutorial.
I just love how roots of simplicity used my magazine page nesting bowl project to make some wonderful spring baskets, and me making do made a lovely crocheted flower headband using my crocheted rosette tutorial.
Anita made this fun bulls-eye pot holder based on the crocheted "daisy wheel" pattern I used and shared here. And this amazing toilet paper tube wreath from noisy pitta was inspired by my toilet paper tube wall art.
Well dear readers, that's it for now, and I do hope some more of you will share projects that you've created based on inspiration you've found on this blog. I'd just love to hear from you, so don't be shy, and your project just may end up in a future post just like this one!