Welcome back to Craft Schooling Sunday dear crafty friends from around the world! I'll let you in on a little secret....I was actually on vacation for the past month with computer access for only short periods that allowed for checking and deleting emails, but that was about it! I hadn't really planned on taking a break with Craft Schooling Sunday, but pulling it off with all the photo editing it involves just wasn't realistic. Hope you all had a great break too, and feel free to link up a bunch of projects to keep us all up to date.
Here are the features from the last party before the break:
Rosi from Italy shared with us this fabulous and so very creative boat village made from all kinds of beach aged wood and lots of imagination! Check out her other project, a seaside village, that's also amazing.
Nautical canvases are sweet and easy to make, from mod podge rocks in the US, and love this idea for making a fun dinosuar (or any plastic animal collection) clock from mitt hem ar min borg in The Netherlands.
And last, but not least, Winnie in Israel shared some more fabulous baked delights, marshmellow sandwhich cookies, also called whoopie pies, and semolina rolls as well as challahs, that are an interesting twist on the classic. That's all for now, what have you been up to?