Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, thanks so much for joining me here! We are now in the period on the Jewish calendar called "The Nine Days", during which many activities are prohibited, such as swimming , and joyful activities such as listening to music and throwing parties of any kind. Fortunately one can certainly craft, so lets keep busy while not forgetting the essence of this important period, shall we? Last week's features were fantastic, wish I had time to do some crafting myself, though not complaining a big summer vacation is coming up, and hoping to do everything I've been dreaming of! Okay, lets get inspired!
Decoupage wtih napkins on wooden bowls looks amazing when the napkins are classic Marimekko, from pillar box blue.
Stenciled pineapple serving tray from sparkle living.
Summer table with lavender from celebrating everyday life.
Sweet knit baby booties with embroidered butterflies from ginx craft.
Love this spool knitting flamingo from howling at the moon, and this crocheted mesh market bag also from howling at the moon.
Crocheted coasters and free pattern from eye love knots, and a gorgeous crocheted striped blanket from chris in de haak.
Amazing badminton birdies string lights, and badminton racquette wall decor from frau tschi tschi.
A gorgeous mud room that doubles as a laundry room from rain on a tin roof.....how about incentive like this to keep it neat....it is your back door!
A great looking DIY C table with tutorial from anika's DIY life, and an outdoor DIY coffee table also from anika's DIY life.
Five minute DIY lamp tassels from rain on a tin roof and a fabulous red and blue paint treatment perfect for a frame from duct tape and denim.
Vintage wagon wheel floral chandeliers spotted by penny's treasures, and a sweet little paper bunting from penny's treasures.
DIY bug repellent mason jars from good food family fun, and mason jar cozies for tail gating parties from the scrap shoppe blog
A fun vintage kid's fire truck planter from penny's treasures, and a night table makeover from busy being Jennifer.
Don't forget to get out and enjoy the summer, my pick is something on the water, if you are fortunate to have the opportunity (if not fill a bucket with water, insert your feet, close your eyes and imagine!) this photo courtesy of create and babble who somehow manages to take a picnic on her paddle board. Though I just realized that quite possibly we are talking about a paddle board with a seat?
That is it for the features, what have you been up to?