Link Love: 10 Favorites


TGIF to you all. I am really looking forward to a couple of days at home. Hope you are too. These are the things that turned my head lately. Enjoy! 

 

Felt Succulents

1. Succulent Window Box from the ladies at A Beautiful Mess: All kinds of creative is happening here. They created this crafty tutorial as decor for a guest room, and I think it's super adorable.  

Plush succulent boxes

    2. Potted succulent from Kim at Today's Creative Life: A darling little potted felt succulent project is given here. It might even have a chance of surviving on my desk.   

    DIY-Succulent-by-Kim-Layton-1

    Craftcations

    3. Apartment Therapy on crafty vacations: They provide a round-up of some terrific sounding crafty vacay's. I would just love to indulge myself on one of these retreats. Can you imagine block printing with Lotta Jansdotter in Scandinavia? Swoon. They also mention CreativeBug -- an online craft class platform -- for those that want to stay close to home (or maybe just pay $4.95 a month vs. a ticket to Scandinavia). Lot's of great classes that you can watch from your computer or even via their app on your iPhone. I have it and love it.

    Cacti DIY Decor

      4. Pillar Box Blue provides us with giant cacti: Great tutorial for a paper mache cactus. 

      2 cacti patio

      5. Team Mids polymer clay project: A site dedicated to miniatures provides a project making succulent plants at 1/12 scale. I am a super fan of just about anything miniature. 
       
      6. CraftBits provides us with cacti painted rock planters: These painted rock planters are easy and cute. Could be a fun craft with the kids or even a nice summer hostess gift. 
      Rock Cactus Plant: Kids Craft

      Cement DIY Decor

      7. TMTOMH gives us everything cement: 20 great projects using cement all in one place.
      20 cement and concrete DIy craft projects from Too Much Time on My Hands

      Fiesta ideas 

      8. A Pretty Cool Life shares a Cinco De Mayo flower decoration: These tabletop arrangements would look great on a picnic table this summer, and pretty up a taco night with friends. I just love the bright yellow cans; I have a Cento can I keep on my craft desk to hold my scissors, but I should get some more to use for flowers when I cook Italian.
      9. Dizzy, Busy and Hungry shares a delicious dip recipe: Really simple but it sounds perfect, this Cilantro Lime Dip is going on my summer table along with those El Pato flower arrangements.

      Feel Good Video

      10. Tiny Tacos from Tastemade: I really meant it when I said I love all things miniature. So this video just makes me smile.

        

      Cheers! 

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