Craft Tutorials & Shabby Shares Link Party – 12/3/11

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Welcome to another fun week of sharing at this week’s link party.  Before we get started with the new projects, I want to highlight several of the craft tutorials that were linked up during the last two weeks.  There are some fun crafts that you will want to check out that will be fun for you to try for the holidays or any time.

The first craft tutorial was especially cute for Thanksgiving but would also be a fun one to do for Christmas or just to showcase your favorite pie.

This design, by The Trophy Wife, would also be a cute gift for a pie lover.  The fabric choices and button detail make a fun back drop to the pie.

Now, here is a craft tutorial for making a craft tool:

Ugly Duckling Transformations shows you how you can make your own homemade quatrefoil stencil.  It’s easier to do than you would think, just check out her tutorial!

This next craft is made from t-shirts and would be a great way to recycle some of your old ones.

I love these t-shirt flowers made by Crafting and Creativity!  You could use these to decorate almost anything – maybe even as gift wrap bows!  The tutorial is super easy to follow and looks like a lot of fun to do.

The next craft is actually a redo of an old tray.

Ocean Side Day Dreams shows how to easily transform and old and shabby tray into a new and presentable serving piece.  You will definitely want to check out this tutorial if you have an old tray lying around that you don’t know what to do with.

And finally,

Are these just too cute or what?  Tin pie plates and pewter candlesticks make up these pedestals by Sweet Girl Expressions.  This is something that can be put together in about two seconds and it looks so cool!

Okay, now it is time to do more sharing!  I am anxious to see what you have been working on.  Feel free to link up any crafts, decorating projects or recipes only please.  There are just a few guidelines to follow.

1.  Link to the URL of your actual project post and not your blog homepage.  We want to be directed right to your project or recipe.

2.  Link back to this site by grabbing my button from the sidebar or adding a text link to the bottom of your post.

3.  Check out some of the other projects that have been linked and share some comments :).

That’s it!  Now show me what you have!

02/04/17 Update: The links from the party have been closed.

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