Hi and welcome to Handmade Monday no.321. Handmade Monday is our weekly link up for handmade ideas, crafts and recipes. Creative bloggers can share their tutorials and projects and we can all check out the ideas and get inspired.
I spotted a lovely card making idea from our Handmade Monday regular Linda from Paper Seedlings over on facebook the other day. She had made a card that looked like a quilt block and I just had to try it out. I love how it turned out and am planning to make some more in different colour ways. I always keep my paper scraps so am always happy to find new ways to use them.
Let’s take a look at the features from last week’s Handmade Monday. Click through on the photos to see the original posts.
Remember if you want to pin any of these ideas please make sure you click through via the photo to the original project.
Teresa from Keeping it Real made this sweet little snap pouch from an old pair of jeans.
Birdz of a Feather has an ingenious upcycle for an old sewing machine pedal, such a clever idea.
A Rose Tinted World has a tutorial to make ingenious egg gift pouches.
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A like on social media, a comment or share is an easy way for us all to help to support one another so please do take a moment to visit some of the other projects linked up this week. It’s not mandatory to be able to join in here, there’s no easy way to check if you did but it costs nothing but a few minutes of your time and is just a nice thing to do!
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