Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday! Last week's party was full of love, which is great anytime, even for those of us who don't celebrate holidays that involve hearts! Infact, my kids don't associate red hearts with any particular holiday, so we get to craft with them all year long! Here are some of the crafts from last week's party that especially inspired me: (oh, and the contributors were from The United States, The United Kingdom, Turkey, Hungary, Australia, Portugal, Germany, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden, Jakarta, and South Africa!)
Two great sweater up-cycling projects: a new long sleeved garment using a knit vest that has wonderful details from liesbeth romeijn, and some sweet puffy hearts also using parts of a sweater with great wintery patterns from maker mama.
Mich in L.A. is up to her fabulous craftiness with these bowling pin vase necklaces! I'm wondering if my kids will notice our bowling pins suddenly disappear? A fun project for Purim! And love this phone book craft from ginx craft, really creative and wonderful!
Van Anna's hand made this snuggly cowl using a knit stitch that you can learn about from a video she has embedded into her post, and red ted art made these adorable little pipe cleaner pencil toppers, simple and perfect, a great little gift or party favor!
Se7en always delights, and this time they've made some fabulous two sided stick puppets as a three dimensional story telling book report, which would be perfect for Purim! Speaking of Purim, The crumb factory reminds up that Purim is just around the corner, with this fun hamentaschen craft! That's it for last week's fun, what have you been up to this week?