Welcome to a new Craftastic week of sharing your projects and discovering other great crafty ideas. I've been on a serious sewing kick lately so I've got several sewn projects to reveal this week AND a new tutorial technique I think you're going to love.
Now a peek at some Craftastic picks..
DIY Easy Bake Oven mixes from The Partiologist. Perfect portions, no preservatives and yummy choices for way less than the store versions. She even has the printable labels & recipes to make it easy:
The Rhinestone Beagle used my favorite economy bins from Ikea & a table top to make a super storage space for her fabric stash:
Craft Dictator shared this DIY dishtowel with a totally cool type of transfer. Using a laser printout and a woodworker's transfer tool, she transferred this bee design that won't peel or fade. I love discovering new techniques like this:
And Highhill Education shared on Kumihimo, aka Japanese cording, using a foam loom you can take anywhere. Easy enough for kids and a nice alternative to the thousands of stray rubber bands you need for the current Rainbow Loom craze:
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