Welcome back to another wonderful crafty get together. The projects last week were just so amazing I just had to exceed my self imposed limit for the features! I'm sure you won't mind a bit, and that you'll enjoy them all as much as I did. Thanks so much to all of you who took a few moments to share your creativity with us here!
Starting off this week, I'm so excited to share with you one of the most adorable projects of all times. On the right, creativity in progress started by crafting some irresistible little tea cups from plastic eggs (which should be on sale for most of you pretty soon, right? Stock up on some for crafting!) And to top it off, she decided to make a tea cup carousel! And though I didn't have room to share her other project here, she also made an amazing array of play cupcakes with a really impressive assortment of frosting styles!
I just love this cereal box playscape from mini eco, and I'm quite certain that big kids (like me) would love one too! And this paint chip wall art from two girls being crafty is really great, don't you think?
And now, for some egg carton flowers. Yes, that's right, can you believe it? I just love these egg carton daffodils, from intimate weddings, and there's a great tutorial too! These roses from my sweet Italian friend Rosi Jo are just amazing, and she shares a really great tutorial as well, which you can find here!
Lisa over at handmade in Israel made this fun frog cross stitch just in time for Passover, and I just love this crocheted fishing game from alli crafts, and pull the little green string and it even closes up into a carrying pouch, brilliant!
It's back to school time for Se7en in South Africa, so they made these adorable kite bookmarks! And come together kids has a really great tutorial for a giant bubble maker, just in time for some outdoor fun! And don't miss her super smart refill station for bubble solution, as well as some recipes!
The crafty cpa has a style all her own, and I just love this french bullion knot pillow made with yarn! And last of all, these French collage canvases from brassy apple are easy to make (using iron on transfers that she made with her printer) and look great! And now, it's time once again to see what's been going on in the crafty blogsphere this past week: