Thanks so much for joining us on Craft Schooling Sunday! I'm back home and now very thankful for my new computer which will enable me to zip around to your entries and leave comments without problems, hopefully! There were some great projects from last week and I'm so happy to share them with you here.
First of all, I am totally and completely in love with this simple yet stunning crocheted garland from anne marie's breiblog, an amazing way to use up all your yarn odds and ends! And this beer bottle vase from family chic is just brilliant and made using gaffers tape, wow! A great project for your Shavuos table!
And speaking of speciality tapes that one can find at the hardware store, look at this aluminum duct tape plant marker from Aunt Peaches, really simple and great looking. And speaking of genius, check out these very fun summer sandals embellished with silcone and beads from Aunt Peaches.
And, since we're on the topic of sandals, look at these scrappy cardboard flip flops from Sandy's Creations, complete with a great tutorial. And though I haven't found time to fit embroidery into my crafting schedule, I do hope to in the future, and I just love this gorgeous embroidery from designs from India, which she used to turn a plain dress into something very special.
I just love this sweet vase of flowers kid's picture from red ted art, also a great Shavuos project. And a bunch of them hung gallery style would be a wonderful addition to your home. And, we haven't seen Linda for awhile, but fortunately for us, she's back with these fabulous egg carton dollhouse accessories from Mermaids Creations.
This isn't the first time I've featured walnut boats on Craft Schooling Sunday, but these adorable walnut shell boats from Lilla A. are too sweet not to share! And I just love this personalized baby jigsaw puzzle from nurture store, certainly a fun gift for a new baby in the family.