Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, hope you all had a great week, and wishing all those in the US affected by the hurricane all the very best in literally weathering the storm. There were some amazing projects linked to at last week's party, and now that school is starting this week maybe I'll have a chance to make some of them? I'm probably just dreaming as the Jewish High Holidays are really just around the corner so I'll more likely play it safe and get started with that. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great week.
First up is this absolutely adorable project (and gorgeous photos) that just makes me plain happy to look at, a sweet first day of school project from curly birds. Of course I do think that everyone could use a jar full of hearts, don't you?
And once again Anne Marie has inspired me with her simple crocheted rock cover, and Carolyn's Homework really surprised me with this amazing crocheted bird house! Carolyn always has great projects and so glad to see she's learning to crochet, with this Anthropologie inspired project.
Simple felt pouches that the kids can make are great any time, from creative dish, and whether or not you've seen this new trend in art, namely melted crayon art, here's a DIY from Meg Duerksen on how to do it. Honestly, I don't really love the results exactly, but love the idea, and I think kids would love it too.
The crafty cpa made these really wonderful polymer clay alphabet magnets, and Se7en is back with an amazing street map collage, that is definitely something to check out to get inspired to craft with the kids.
This owl and the pussy cat diorama is just the sweetest, from Jellyfish Jelly, and this homemade recipe for DIY moon sand from homespun with love sounds great! That's all for now, enjoy this week's links below: