Welcome along to this weeks Tuesday Tutorials! I was totally inspired this week by some of the cool tutorials shared on jewellery kids can make so this week I’m sharing a round up of those as well as some other gorgeous ideas for DIY jewellery ideas for kids that I found on the internet.
Kids will love decorating these cute craft stick bracelets from Molly Moo.
This Hungry Caterpillar Necklace from Buddy and Buggy is super cool!
These upcycled magazine bracelets that Arty Crafty Kids shared look like loads of fun to make.
Cutting Tiny Bites shared this gorgeous DIY necklace tutorial.
This tutorial from The Educators Spin On It for a mermaid necklace is a fabulous idea.
Not only is this kid made necklace from Mama Miss absolutely gorgeous, it’s also made from….bread?! Go check it out this is an awesome idea!
These easy button bracelets from Pint Sized Treasures are a great way to introduce kids to making their own jewellery.
Tuesday Tutorials Linky
If you are new to Tuesday Tutorials, welcome! All you need to do is link up 2 or 3 posts below and it will be shown across the four blogs that host this linky.
Each week each of the hosts pick some of their favourites to showcase in their round up, so if you’re linking up please be aware that we may use and crop of of your images to make it into a lovely pinnable image like the one above! If we showcase your tutorial then of course we’ll link back to you!
- Please follow the Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party board.
- Please also follow the hosts on Pinterest – Gude , Eileen, The Boy and Me and me – this is not essential but would be appreciated!
- Visit at least three other blogs on the linky and pin some of their fab tutorials to your own boards. You could use the #pintorials hashtag to let them know you found them via the linky.
- I would love it if you could give us a link back (not essential, but you get extra love from me if you do!)
What we’re sharing this week
Each week the four Tuesday Tutorials hosts pick they’re favourite posts to share and as usual there were loads of great ideas, do make sure you go and check out Cool Sensory Ideas at ET Speaks from Home, Spring Crafts at The Boy and Me and Cute Paper Crafts for Spring at Hodge Podge Craft.