Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, thanks so much for joining me here! Spring is here in Northern Israel and it is time to start seriosly thinking about Purim, which is coming up in about 2 1/2 weeks. Without the stress of having to prepare the best costumes ever for my kids (as they have outgrown costumes) things will be just a bit calmer. Okay, I did volunteer to help three new neighbors with costumes, but hoping to recycle some of my daughters costumes from years past....just wish me luck in finding them! I guess I'll be getting a bit of a head start on our yearly cleaning for Passover, now that is a great idea!
Okay, lets get this party started, enjoy all the great inspiration from last week's party, and please don't be shy and share some of your latest creative efforts, we'd love to see them!
Love this simply gorgeous wreath, from rain on a tin roof, an idea that could be used for so many occasions, or just because spring is coming!
Fun mason jar hoop art from flamingo toes is just as cute as can be. She is the queen of hoop art, so don't miss all her many projects."Love makes the world go round" from duct tape and denim and a fun wooden bead necklace from bombshell bling.
A side table painted with a mix of amazing blues and greens thanks to glaze, from rain on a tin roof.
A truly amazing family work space makeover using vintage finds for just $100 (those desks on the right used to be one table!) from refresh living.
A sweet crocheted elephant from frau tschi tschi, love the variegated yarn for this, perfect! Embroidery plus crochet makes an adorable woodland creatures bunting from howling at the moon, and love this triangular "baktus" scarf from anna simple crochet.
Simply adorable quilted heart and home mug rug from flamingo toes.
A DIY child's stage with a costume bar (that gets hidden by a curtain during show time) from rain on a tin roof.
A fun little minion mail box from a cardboard canister (hello oatmeal!) from the scrap shoppe blog.
That is it for the features, what have you been up to?