Monday, January 10, 2011

Craftastic Link Party & Back In Action!

Happy Monday everyone!  It feels good to be getting back to a normal week after non-stop holidays  immediately followed by a vacation trip.  Festivities are fun, but boy do they wear you out!  Can you guess where we just returned from?  The photo above is a big hint.  That's right - my MIL took the entire extended family to Disney World as a Christmas gift!  Talk about a show-stopper!  We saw a lot of amazing things and as a result I have a few Disney-inspired project ideas kicking around in the ol' imagination;)

But I was also wowed but some of the creative ideas linked up last week (sorry about the technical glitch last Monday - this week should be smooth as silk!).  Here are some of my favorites:

Running With Scissors came up with a super tutorial for making a trusty Bullseye horse companion for any little Toy Story fan.  He can even stand on his own!

I just loved the cute designs & colors of these eyeglass cases by Double Equis:

And how cute is this toy camera by See Kate Sew?!  I love the little faux LCD screen action on the back.  She's got a full tutorial for it here.

If you've been featured, be sure to grab a Featured On button from the sidebar.  Want to be featured?  Go ahead & link up your own creation and it might be chosen as a featured project for next week!  Here's how to link up:

  • 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).
  • Grab my party button & put it on your post or blog.
  • Check out some of the other great links and share some crafty comment love.

Party button

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I leave the party open until noon on Thursdays, so there's plenty of time to add your latest & greatest ideas.  Can't wait to see what you've got!


  1. I just discovered your blog...and happened to have a cute craft to link up- thanks! I'll be back to explore for sure! Bethany :)

  2. The glider in my daughter's room was reupholstered by a professional. However, he charged me very little because the whole thing cost $350 including the fabric for the chair and ottoman. Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks for hosting.

  3. Thanks for the fun link up... such great ideas, so little time.


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