Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week's party was so packed with great ideas I had to share just a few more than my normal self imposed limit of ten. And once again we had crafters joining us from around the world, from places like India, The Netherlands, Germany, Macedonia, Italy, Canada, The UK, South Africa and the United States. I just love that aspect of this crafty get together!
I love these little yarn ball lights from red ted art, a great idea for the succah don't you think? Though I noticed in the directions that they didn't mention coating your balloon in vaseline before wrapping the string, which is highly recommended! And check out this great chandelier re-do from project possessed, courtesy of a can of frosted glass spray paint!
Carolyn's homework has a lovely idea for a fall twig frame, and aren't these tissue paper flowers great? I just couldn't resist sharing another project from Sandy's Space, as she posted some amazing projects this week.
Over at that artist woman, (an amazing site for kid's art ideas) you can learn a bunch of great techniques that went into making this collage of mini art work for fall. Ever thought to make a bee's honey comb from toilet paper tubes, well deceptively educational did and just in time for Rosh HaShanah! Get your little ones to be busy as bees with this one while you're preparing for the holiday! Add some glue and a little glitter and a few bees, and voila a fun piece of art for the New Year! That's all for now, let get the party started!