Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last weeks party was busting with great inspiration from around the world, you know places like Muldavia, The Netherlands, The UK, Germany, France, Macedonia, South Africa, Canada, Minnesota and Montana! So much fun don't you think?
Fall is here? Well it's coming, and in the United States that means it's pumpkin season! And there's nothing quite as cute as a stuffed pumpkin like this one from the cottage home. And if you're feeling like doing a little embroidery well I just love this set of four seasons embroidered bean bags from the crafty cpa
Dana over at the wonder forrest, conceived and built this palette coffee table, and check out her complete tutorial, this looks like a great starter project for those of us who haven't yet delved into woodworking! And this DIY rope bee skep from design megilla, a simple and original idea for a Rosh HaShana centerpiece! Of course I think it would look great anywhere anytime, this idea is a keeper!
Isn't this granny squares birthday crown from tin tock tap just fabulous? Jean cuff lampshades, who would have thought? Yes, none other that the always creative Mich in L.A. who's participating in a little jean crafting event over at michele made me.
Helen Clyde ordered a large map and received it in a long box, which she used to make a really fun castle with her kids, love it! I've shared folded accordian medallions similar to this one, though I never thought to make them multi colored like this fabulous one by creativity my passion. This would be great for the succah don't you think?
I just love this colorful glue batik picture from the chocolate muffin tree! I don't know why scare crows are associated with Fall, but if there are scare crows then there might as well be some crows, so how about some cute ones like this from Crafts By Amanda? Weren't those great projects? And now it's time to share!