I thought this would also be a nice moment to show off some of the variations on our crafts that other wizards of filth have made. I've had emails and links to blog post from several readers sharing their own versions of some of our projects over 2009. This is something that really really floats my boat. I love seeing other people's twists on the stuff we do. So here are a few links. If you have tried one of the crafts from Filth Wizardry and blogged about it or even have a photo to email then let me know at filthwizardry at gmail dot com and I will update this post to include it.
- Lindsey made our Lego-holepunch Christmas diorama here
- Lady of Shalot diorama with the lego and hole punch technique at "Practical Pages", here.
- More lego and hole punching was done by "Obsessively Stitching", here (Love the stockings on the fireplace!)
- Sew Red Hot made some of our baby wipe and kitchen paper kanzashi here
- Lovely colourful Dinotopia from "Death by Chickens" here (I think this one is bigger than the original dinosaur island that we made!)
- Another fabulous Dino Island from Just Jess right here.
- Squashed Tomatoes made our Coral reef wall hanging here.
- Aluminium foil river recreated by Jodified here.
- A lovely triangular canal of foil by Kibbles 'N Knits here.
- A much cuter recreation of our freakish recycled tights snowmen at Raising Memories, here.
- Two dinky versions of our plastic bottle fairy houses over at "cuci cuci co-eng", here.
- DQ Mountain Girl makes our big squelchy pink paper mess here.
Knowing that there are people out there willing to have a go at the projects I stick on this blog makes it totally worth while!
So just out of curiosity, what was your favourite Filth Wizardry post this year? I had a quick look and I'm such a sappy sentimental old fool that I can't easily choose one. I think maybe maybe I would pick the playdough train table, because it was the first really epic playdough build we did, and the kids just seemed so in awe of what they had accomplished and the scale of it.
Here's to more messy mayhem in the coming year!