So much to post about, but so short on time! We just celebrated my little girl's 1st birthday, so I am BEAT!! The good news is as a result, I have loads of crafty goodness to share this week. Remember that the Craftastic Birthday Link Party will be open until 11:59pm on Tuesday, so there's still time to link up all your great brithday-themed crafts. Just click here to get to the party page.
We had over 100 links again last week. Woo-hoo! Let's see some of the fun goodies that were shared:
Tricia from Leafy Treetop Spot has some fabulous ideas & crafting advice for making these adorable booties from faux leather. As a vegetarian with a baby (and therefore in need of good non-leather shoe options), this was a real find!
Elisabeth at Twelve Crafts Till Christmas shared the first part of her doll bassinet tutorial. My daughter got a few baby dolls for her birthday, so this is also perfect timing!
Check this adorable little guy that Heather at Dragonfly Designs made using the modeling chocolate info from CraftShare here at Sew Can Do (I'm so honored!!):
Ok crafting superstars I want to see what you have got for us! If you've created something fun (sewing, baking, decorating, papercraft or anything else crafty), link on up! The rules are simple:
- As long as it's crafty and made by you it's Craftastic. Just add the link to your specific post (not the main page of your blog).
- Include the name of your Craftastic creation, your blog name & a pic of your project.
- Grab my party button & put it on your post or blog to share the party with everyone.
- Check out some of the other great links and share some crafty comment love.
This party is for sharing your own fun craft ideas & homemade projects (not promoting products), so please no giveaways, linking up another party, Etsy shops or online stores.
I leave the party open until 12pm EST Thursday. As usual, at the end of the week I'll be featuring some of my favorite links, so please remember to add the Craftastic party button to your post or blog so I can consider featuring your project: