Hurray, it’s Tuesday which means it’s Tuesday Tutorials time! I think last week was the biggest so far on this linky and this week I thought I’d showcase some of the nature crafts for kids that were linked up.
Muilticraftingmummy has been making minibeasts with her kids and I love the way she’s done this activity to make it suitable for different ages. These lollypop stick fish from Mum Turned Mom are super cute and a great way to use up those lollypop sticks you get in craft packs! Over at ET Speaks From Home they’ve been painting scallop shells, a great way to decorate the sea shells that most of us end up with at home!
If you’re a regular to Tuesday Tutorials then hello, I love you. If not then you might like to know that you can link up tutorials on any subject, it doesn’t have to be nature crafts for kids, just whatever you’ve done! Old or new posts are welcome and we share them across our four blogs, on Pinterest and it’s also a great way to find blogs that you don’t already know! Oh, and if you’re new hello to you too. I probably should have said that before!!
The rules of this linky are:
* You can link any kind of creative tutorial, how to or recipe at any level from pre-schoolers to pro. It doesn’t have to be a new post from the last week and we don’t have a theme so use the Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party to revisit some of your best tutorial posts!
* Please follow the Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party board.
* Please also follow the hosts on Pinterest – Anna, Gude , Eileen 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 text link or add the badge to your post or your side bar (not essential, but you get extra love from me if you do!)
As usual my fellow hosts have super pinnable posts that I know you’ll want to go and look at! Eileen has Fathers Day Gifts, Anna is doing Mess Free Tactile Sensory Play while Gude has ideas for celebrating the 4th July! Have a marvelous week and have fun looking through the linky x