Happy Craftastic Monday Everyone! Last week we had over 200 links and they were terrific! For this reason I've got even more features to share today and if the links keep up like this, I'll continue to feature a few extra projects each week (just remember to add a link back or the party button to be considered).
I also want to announce the winners for last week's giveaway for my Space Princess Hairdo Hat & Gown PDF pattern set - perfect for making a fun little Halloween costume:
The winners are:
Congratulations ladies and I'll be emailing the patterns to you soon. If you missed out on the giveaway, both patterns are always available in my shop as are finished versions for you non-sewers:)
Now let's see some of the amazing projects from last week:
I LOVED this clever & original idea from DIY, Crafts & Other Projects. This mini mummy is easy enough for kids to make - it uses flexible garden wire so they are completely posable!!
Need more good DIY costume ideas? Check out Jellyfish Jelly's cardboard Gladiator Helmet tutorial
Another fab idea came from the Quick Unpick who shared an awesome tutorial for making your own durable fabric & felt paper dolls from real vintage paper ones. LOVE!
Here's something unusual for us treat lovers - fried cheesecake! Sweet Little Smoothie shared this tasty recipe for a dessert that sounds like a hit:
And from the Kids Can Craft Link Party, the "Pick of the Week" was 2 Muses boo-tiful art projects. So cute & festive!
The Kids Can Craft Party is for projects kids can make. It's always open to add your links and the projects do not have to be new (so if you've got a good one from last year, throw it up there!). You can link up ANYTIME. Just click HERE to get to that party. Please remember to link back or put the Kids Can Craft button on your blog so you have a chance to get featured:)
Ready to link up?Party rules are simple:
- As long as it's crafty and made by you it's Craftastic (no links to giveaways, shops, other link parties or other people's work - THEY WILL BE REMOVED). 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. The code's on the sidebar ->
- Check out some of the other great links and share some crafty comment love.