Links to all the things I want to make with my craft leftovers that I just don’t have time for. One can dream!

1. DIY Handmade Clay Pots via Craftzine – simple and striking at the same time.

2. Macaron Coin Purse via Craft Gossip

3. Stiffened Felt Boxes 

4. PingPong Pendant Lamp on MarieClaire – translation in English on Poppytalk

5. Build a Box City

6. DIY Fabric Tape via Craftzine – awesome use of scraps of fabric, and I’m sure useful in many applications!

7. Stacked Quilt Block tutorial on the Long Thread

8. Round up of Fat Quarter Tutorials on Sew Mama Sew

To Eat:

Edible Spoons  via craftgossip – this seems like the most amazing idea, I think it would be really good with fillo dough too.

Use up Leftovers – an interesting concept recipe search tool on Big Oven. You plug in three leftover ingredients you have and it shoots out a huge list of user submitted recipes.

To Think:

Mason Jar History – things like these always make me happy. I love history. And I love mason Jars. Perfect.

Act of Making Things - a short article that’s sure to inspire and make you think about your own process of creating.

How to Grow Social Media Leads New Research - if you are a blogger and a nerd, you’ll enjoy this look at the statistics of social media and blogging.

Leftovers: Tasty or Trash? – It blows my mind when I hear someone say they or their spouse refuses to each leftovers.. Turns out this is pretty common, I didn’t realize there was such strong opinions about it.

Eating Leftovers and Other Things I get Excited About as a Parent – a funny article about all the things you get excited about once you become a parent, though many apply to just getting older (as in post 30’s)

Financially Secure People Eat Leftovers – leftover food was on the brain apparently. Since we are leaving for San Francisco in just one short week I’m trying to clean out the fridge before we go. Lots of scrounging and eating leftovers here.

What has inspired you on the web this week? Share a link with me! It might just make it into next Monday’s round up!

Happy Crafting!
Kristin Roach