Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, and thanks so much for stopping by! I wasn't able to post features last week, so I'm now posting the features from the last two parties. As for the reason why I wasn't able to post features last week, well I was secretly (to you that is...) out of the country! Stop by again soon for some inspiration from the special place I visited! And with Succos coming up in just four days and lots of crafting and cooking to do, I have a feeling I'm going to be sharing lots of photos from my trip. Not to worry, you're gonna love doing some arm chair traveling! In the mean time, take a look at all the great projects below!
Starting off the party, with two lovely fall crafts — adorable crocheted pumpkins from happy in red, complete with a pattern, and these painted pots from carolyn's homework are gorgeous, especially filled with succulents!
If you live in the US or Europe so buy yourself some real mini pumpkins and make a simply beautiful piece of fall decor, thanks to my projects and finds. Isn't this white pumpkin decorated with puff paint by crystal and company a nice way to add an elegant tough to your fall decor? And if you're like me, and you live somewhere in the world where orange pumpkins are not to be found, well just give a teeny tiny sigh and take a moment to appreciate all the wonderful things that you do have!
I love anything quilled, and this idea for using recycled aluminum baking pans for quilling art, from suzy's sitcom is a fabulous idea, though do be careful, I imagine it could be sharp! Aren't these hanging gift packages from Sandy's Space fabulous?
I love this simple apple coaster, and thanks to Anne Marie, you can make some using the pattern on her blog. And if you don't crochet, now is the time to learn! And it just so happens that I've placed the projects of two bloggers living in the Netherlands side by side, the second one being the fabulous Lilla A Design, with her oh so adorable chestnut and match stick animal project!
While I find melted crayon art an interesting idea, this is the first example that I think is something I'd actually make, brilliant and so cute, from thrifty with triplets. And speaking of kid's room decor, I just love this corkboard tree idea from mother crafter. That's all for now, looking forward to seeing what you've all been up to!