Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week's party was just a bit smaller, but that doesn't mean we didn't have great projects and crafters from around the world. You know, places like Australia, South Africa, Denmark, Sweden, France, Great Britain, Macedonia, Italy, The United States, Singapore, and Israel! Love typing out that list and feeling like I'm traveling around the world by connecting with you all! And now for the wonderfully creative features:
And now for the two crafters who regularly contribute to the party and who both deserve the title "classy crafters" since really all of their projects are just that, beautiful and elegant. First off Rita from Design Megillah made some wonderful tzedaka boxes for giving charity on Purim (and year round), and Carolyn over at Carolyn's Homework made these great little stands from capiz plates from the dollar store.
Linda from mermaid's creations made some great Estonian Independance Day cards with her daughter, and those blue corn flowers are made with a carrot stamp! Love this crocheted granny beanie, and Revlie over at revving it up, has a wonderful step by step tutorial, so all you need is the yarn!
Kathy over at nurture store made these really crafty garden tiles with a group of kids, and the ever creative Michele over at mich in L.A. just can't stop making jewelry from the most unexpected things.... this time a pacifier!
That's all for now, hope you're inspired to have a crafty creative week! And now for the next installment of Craft Schooling Sunday, come one come all!