This is the second week for the Craft Therapy Thursday Link Party sponsored by P.S. I Love You Scrapbooking. We had over 20 awesome projects linked up last week! That’s great for the first week. I’m hoping that there will be a few more this week. I have so many crafty friends, and I hope they will join me and share their creations. After all, crafting really is good therapy!
If you missed the projects from last week, it’s not too late to visit Craft Therapy Thursday Linky #1.
All of the projects from Week #1 were awesome, but there is one that I really loved! Crafty Marie is the guru of all things crafty. She is a master at paper crafting, Perler beads, and crocheting, but she’s not limited to just those categories. Marie is a self professed “huge adult craft-a-holic” who loves butterflies.
I have always thought of Perler Beads as a kids’ craft, but Marie has changed my mind. Most Perler projects are one or two colors and simple shapes like stars or a random design. Marie created this awesome key and heart for Valentine’s Day. I love the vintage look! She has a complete tutorial at Crafty Marie. I hope you will visit her site. She has awesome projects!
Here is my project for this week’s Link Party. What little girl doesn’t love Tinkerbell? She’s so sweet, flirty, and spunky! This framed project would perfectly adorn a wall in a sweetheart’s bedroom. The link to see the whole project is at the beginning of the Linky Party. There is a list of supplies needed, instructions, and a brief video.
Now it’s your turn! I want to see your crafty creations. The rules are simple.
- Link to your crafty post, not to your homepage.
- You may link up to three posts.
- Please visit some of the other links, leave them some love and share them on social media.
- Help me spread the word and link back to this party in your post my button on your website.
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I love that key and heart design, very creative.
Thanks for stopping by Ruthi!
I just dropped by to join in with your new linky party and I was delighted to see that you’ve featured my perler bead tutorial – what a great surprise! Thank you so much, Pam! So sweet, you’ve made my day 🙂
You’re welcome Marie. You have so many awesome projects!