Welcome back to Tuesday Tutorials. This week I’ve started sewing again after a long absence and I’ve been loving it! We spent last weekend reviewing a cottage staycation (more on that later!) where I did some work on leather bag I’ve been making forever and when we got back I started a sewing project for my son (more on that later too!) Because I’m a bit thrifty though I hate throwing nice material away so I’m always trying to think of things to do with the scraps, after all that stuff is expensive! Thankfully Tuesday Tutorials came to my rescue via some of the posts linked up last week and inspired this round up of fantastic things to make with fabric scraps.
Do you love animal crafts? My kids certainly do and there are so many fun ideas out there that it’s a great theme to go with for your kids. Today I’m sharing some simple and achievable ideas perfect for kids to make.
Welcome along to this weeks Tuesday Tutorials, the linky where we love to read your tutorials! Tuesday Tutorials is shared across four blogs to help give you maximum exposure and each week the four hosts round up some of our favourites from the last week to share. This week I’m sharing some fun upcycling activities for kids with cool things to make that you can find around your home!
Welcome back to this weeks Tuesday Tutorials. This week we wave goodbye to Anna who is retiring from Tuesday Tutorials and welcome along The Boy and Me, do go and check out her blog if you haven’t before! Last week we had some really cool Dr Seuss activities linked up so I thought this week it would be fun to take those and add a couple more cool ideas I found on the internet to make this into Six Superb Dr Seuss Activities – mainly because I love a bit of alliteration!
This week I’m sharing some cool resist art projects for kids. Resist art is a fun way for kids to try a new technique and there are loads of cool ways to do it including wax resist, tape resist and glue resist art! Why not take a look through them all and find some new art ideas to try out with your kids.