Mad Skills Party #9

Welcome once again to another Mad Skills link party.  We are on the 9th party already!  Wowzers!

Before we get started, I wanted to feature a few of my favorite entries from last week’s party.

First, Stepping Through Crazy provided a tutorial for this funky lace ring.  I bet you wouldn’t have guessed Grandma’s old doilies could turn into something so hip!

Next, theCraftInMe entered the tutorial for her textured copper earrings.  Even a novice jewelry maker like me could pull off this project, and with really great results!

Last, but CERTAINLY not least, is this A-MAZ-ING quilt from Pretty’n’Peach.  Inspired by a Pottery Barn Kids quilt, this bedding is too beautiful for words.  You HAVE to check out the post to see all the little details on this fantastic quilt.  I wish I could sew.

Time to get started on Mad Skills Party #9. As usual you can link up a post, old or new, to share with other readers. The only rule for the party is that the post MUST BE A TUTORIAL. The tutorial can be written, pictorial, or a combination of the two, but it should be a project or a process that another crafter would be able to replicate. Any Mad Skill level, from novice to advanced, is welcome! One of your tutes could end up as my Friday Feature at the end of the week!

After you have linked up to the party, pretty please grab the party button (click the Buttons tab on my menu bar) and plop it on your blog. I made a brand, spankin’ new button for the party, so make sure you grab a new one!

Also, make sure to tell your bloggy friends about this party so we can get as many great entries as possible! You have until noon (EST) on Thursday to enter your projects, so get linking!


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Mad Skills Party #9

Welcome once again to another Mad Skills link party.  We are on the 9th party already!  Wowzers!

Before we get started, I wanted to feature a few of my favorite entries from last week’s party.

First, Stepping Through Crazy provided a tutorial for this funky lace ring.  I bet you wouldn’t have guessed Grandma’s old doilies could turn into something so hip!

Next, theCraftInMe entered the tutorial for her textured copper earrings.  Even a novice jewelry maker like me could pull off this project, and with really great results!

Last, but CERTAINLY not least, is this A-MAZ-ING quilt from Pretty’n’Peach.  Inspired by a Pottery Barn Kids quilt, this bedding is too beautiful for words.  You HAVE to check out the post to see all the little details on this fantastic quilt.  I wish I could sew.

Time to get started on Mad Skills Party #9. As usual you can link up a post, old or new, to share with other readers. The only rule for the party is that the post MUST BE A TUTORIAL. The tutorial can be written, pictorial, or a combination of the two, but it should be a project or a process that another crafter would be able to replicate. Any Mad Skill level, from novice to advanced, is welcome! One of your tutes could end up as my Friday Feature at the end of the week!

After you have linked up to the party, pretty please grab the party button (click the Buttons tab on my menu bar) and plop it on your blog. I made a brand, spankin’ new button for the party, so make sure you grab a new one!

Also, make sure to tell your bloggy friends about this party so we can get as many great entries as possible! You have until noon (EST) on Thursday to enter your projects, so get linking!

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