Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week there were so many great projects, and so many of them things that I'd really like to make myself. I've got tons to do with Purim the next holiday to get crafting for, so I'll just say thanks to all of you for joining me here, and I'll let the photos speak for themselves!
A new contributor to the party are first up! Pysselbolaget made these brilliant embroidered recycled containers, and I just love these rock dominoes by repeat crafter, inspired by none other than martha.
Can you believe this little critter is actually a soda bottle cap, well Michele Made Me is brilliant as ever. And just when I was really wondering what to do with some new yarn I had ordered to make a blanket, Jules of little woolie appeared with this simple tutorial for a circle in a square which I just love!
Keeping your little ones hands warm or giving them the fun of wearing something on their hands is now super simple with this adorable crocheted pattern from a crafty house, and Rita over at Design Megillah is up to her crafty yet elegant ways again with this birch bark covered vase, just gorgeous!
I just love these felt fortune cookies from curly birds, and they are super simple to make. Too bad my kids don't really have any idea what fortune cookies are. And this fabulous cat portrait? Well, you won't be surprised to know that the illustration was purchased on Etsy, but Aunt Peaches made the leapord spot mat to go with it, and it's just perfect!
Here's an amazing idea to celebrate loosing a tooth Jellyfish Jelly, complete with a little door that opens to a nest where the child places his tooth! And love this simple stamped napkin ring idea from family chic.
And last of all, but not least, sparkle pants girl made this great paper lantern, and remarkably enough, her inspiration was not from another paper lantern craft but rather from this wall paper! She took out some paper in the colors of the wall paper and took if from there, the results being the lantern. That is true creativity and something to applaud! And now, let's get the party started!