I just wanted to say, wow! Last week's posts were amazing! After another long week, here are some wonderful projects to get your creative juices flowing. I enjoy looking through every post to see what you've seen and done each week. It's so hard to choose which ones to post. Here's to another relaxing Sunday, I hope :)
The Silly Pearl shows you step-by-step how to make these. Isn't it great? I, for one, am thrilled by this project!
Dressedtothe9's kindly shows us her daughter's patterns for making these.
Blissful Meandering has a tutorial on how to make this adorable gardenia flower (which you can use to make a brooch, headband, or whatever you can think of!) I think this would make a great brooch for my black wool coat :)
Nifty Thrifty Things if you're looking to make a pillow you can heat up in the microwave to warm your toes!
Make an Easter egg center piece using simple items found in craft stores! Learn how to do it at Life in the Thrifty Lane (top left). These tissue paper flowers, from Running with Glitter, would make an amazing addition to your egg center piece! (top right). The fuzzy boa spring wreath, from Like a Box of Chocolates, is an interesting take on an old classic. There are so many colorful feather boas out there, making this an easy and versatile project. (bottom left). The more delicious looking lemonhead spring wreath, from The Crafty Scientist, will have your mouth watering :) but don't eat it! (bottom right).
Moss and Clover lived next door so I can freeload all the time :) This strawberry cream cake would make a great Easter Sunday dessert after brunch!
Last Minute Mel, you'll be a hit at your next Easter brunch.
Sew Can Do! (top). Be inspired by this gallery of beautiful Easter egg decorations, at Sun Scholars! (bottom).
Rhinestone Beagle is pretty useful. I'm definitely interested in learning how to make my own carpet runner, should I ever need to. Her dog is really cute too. Here's a fun and super easy necklace tutorial from Girls Gone Bloggin' (right). That red wooden necklace would go great with a summer dress!
quiverfull shares her beautifully written Mama's Manifesto -- a must read!
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