Welcome my craft loving friends to Craft Schooling Sunday! Thanks so much for joining me here, and for those of you with blogger blogs who shared projects last week, please forgive me, but blogger just wouldn't let me leave any comments! So thanks so very much to you all, better luck for me and blogger next time. There were lots of great projects last week, and I'm so happy to be able to share them with you, enjoy!
First off, I haven't delved into the world of scrapping myself, but I just love this scrappy collaged shopping bag made by a Polish scrapper and shared by Sandy over at Sandy's Place. And isn't this crocheted headband sweet? It was made by Strasilo, from Croatia, one of two Croatians that shared projects at the party last week! Love the international aspect of this party!
This knitted rag doily rug by one pearl button, using a free pattern from coco knits, is just too gorgeous for words, and definitely on my list of upcoming projects! And Carolyn's Homework gave her kitchen counter a seriously gorgeous makeover by creating these vintage look bottles to hold the family's vitamins!
Can't stop making things just doesn't stop wowing me with her ability to work in so many mediums, and I just love this bent wire bracelet that spells MOM! And this rubber boot garden knome house? Yet another project that happened to also be on Sandy's Place....an entry in a competition that she held. Talk about clever and creative, and this one is from Poland, I believe.
I just love these playful clay beads from running with glitter, made with a bakeable but easy to work with clay called Pluffy! I love sidewalk chalk, and the idea of painting with chalk sounds great too, not to mention gorgeous! You can find this recipe for chalk paint from the chocolate muffin tree, as well as a great wealth of nice craft projects to do with the kiddos.
Isn't this little matzo and jellybean house from tinker lab just the cutest? A fun craft project to do in the kitchen with some of those left overs. And last but never ever least, from my super creative friend Aunt Peaches, a craft foam and pipecleaner light cover (which even includes some hebrew letters) and is constructed on a base of two strawberry/mushroom baskets. Amazing. Well folks, that's it for the features, can't wait to see what this week's party brings!