Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week we had contributors from Spain, Portugal, The United States, Macedonia, Singapore, Guatemala, South Africa, The United Kingdom, Hungary, Australia, The Netherlands, Israel, Romania and maybe more! As always it is such a pleasure to connect with you all! I still haven't quite gotten back into the crafting mode after the Passover holiday, so I'm so very grateful to all of you for sending this wonderful inspiration my way as well! And now for the features from last week's party:
Family chic lined her wire planter with a burlap coffee sack, a great alternative to purchasing the coconut fiber versions that may not even fit your planter, and repeat crafter me crocheted this adorable birthday hat and bunting banner, as props for the photos, and it was as you can see a big success!
This paper mache earth from mama's little muse is wonderful, as are these Japanese paper doll book marks from Sandy's Space, complete with a downloadable template, I could see using these in so many ways, can't you?
Painted can planters are a great project anytime, from Bark's blog, and don't miss this great post from Se7en about getting kids in the craftying/creative groove, and take it from me, she's an expert!
And last of all, a little roundup up of some super cute crafting ideas using walnut shells, from little lucky. that's all for now, have a great week and looking forward to seeing what you've been up to. I hope to get back to some crafting soon!