I can’t believe our Crafty Quickies week is over! Before I get into today’s round-up, I want to give a HUGE thank-you to my co-host Angie from The Country Chic Cottage. This was her amazing idea. When she first approached me with the idea of doing a series on crafts that can be completed in 15 minutes, I thought maybe we were being over-ambitious. Though this blog is all about crafts that can be done in 30 minutes or less, she was looking to cut that time in half!
Any doubts I had were silly, of course. As you can see by the posts that Angie and I have been featuring all week, as well as the amazing crafts in the link-up, 15 minutes is oodles of time to make something! Proving that we all have time to be creative – each day or each week. We can fit crafting into even the most busy life!
The Sick Chick made this dyed scarf in 15 minutes. It is so amazing that if Angie and I do something like this again, I’m going to suggest a clause whereby all participating bloggers send a sample of their project. Because I love this scarf. Good thing there is an amazingly detailed tutorial so that I can make my own!
My co-host, Angie, created this Doily Pillow using doilies as stencils. How great is that? And you’ll NEVER guess what she used as the “base” for this pillow! So head on over to find out!
In just 15 minutes you can make a cute Easter Bunny or Chick out of recycled materials using this tutorial from My Very Educated Mother. So cute! And great Easter decor. I can’t believe that Easter is next week already! Where has the time gone?
Over at The Pennington Point you’ll find this awesome photo display board. Simple, clever, and can easily be changed out as you have new photos you want to display. I love that!
And this morning, I showed you that sentiment doesn’t have to be hours in the making. It also doesn’t have to be hours in the breaking… my son decided that he “wanted” the key, and has since peeled it off. But, it wasn’t a labor-intensive project that is totally ruined… so I went with it. Yet another great benefit to simple, quick (and inexpensive) crafting.
Thanks again to Angie, and all the wonderful bloggers who threw caution to the winds and spent 15 minutes crafting… and then an hour or more editing photos, and typing up instructions!
Make sure you didn’t miss a single minute!! Check out the roundups from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as well as the great projects shared on the Crafty Quickies Linky Party!
Make sure to come back often as I inspire you to get your craft on, and move on, in 30 minutes or less!
Until Next Time!