Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, thanks so much for joining me here! Wishing all of you Americans living in the USA a wonderful 4th of July weekend filled with quality family time, and just some good old summer fun! Oh and don't forget to think about the actual meaning of the holiday and discuss it with your kids and significant others!
Last week\s party was packed full of amazing contributions from bloggers from around the world, and I'm sure you'll appreciate the features just as much as I do. This week you'll learn how to marble plant pots with nail polish, how to turn solar garden lights into wonderful looking additions to your garden, how to sew a quick water repellant picnic blanket, how to make a simple wooden hanger for any poster, a flag from paint chips and even some fabulous shrink plastic magnets, to mention just a few of the features. With all this inspiration that main thing is to take these ideas and get crafting, whatever the results may be!
Even if you make something and don't like it at all, the time was not wasted. I recently read that an artist needs to paint at least 500 paintings before they can begin to really create, or that one needs to spend 10,000 hours doing that thing you want to do well before you can say you really know how to do it! Not to discourage you, but to just get my point across that the doing is more important than the end result. And on that note, lets take a look at those features from last week:
That is it for the features, what have you been up to?