Time for the DIY CRAFT TUTORIAL LINKY PARTY again. Before I delve into what’s next, I really want to congratulate you all for your contributions to date. There are just so many gorgeous posts and projects out there, that this week, again I had a hard time sticking to featuring just 5..
I would like to feature 5 absolutely excellent Christmas Tree ornaments, home decorations or handmade card tutorials that were amongst the DIY craft tutorial party members last week. I love them. Thank you all for sharing these great projects of ingenuity and showing off your creative talents and so inspiring us all! Love it!
Make Your Own Snowglobe at that choco-lover girl’s site :-)
I’ve already have enough wreath-tutorials on my site, I thought, …. until…. I saw this one!
Cool, great, easy…. inexpensive.
This ‘How to Make a Zip up card’-tutorial allows you to truly make unique Christmas cards this year. Thank you, Sandy Ang.
I just LOVE her creativity!
As per usual, there were more that qualified for ‘Best of’. Hop over to last week’s DIY’ Craft Tutorial Party to have a look at the others.
I think I already featured these cones (or similar) last year in an overview post on Christmas tree ornaments and handmade decorations, however, they’re so fun that I’m happy to feature them twice!
(All you need is glitter glue, bits of wool, and some pine cones from your neighbor’s tree…)
Featured Craft Blogs
Congratulations to all !! If you are one of them, featured in my Best DIY & Craft Tutorials line up, go ahead and show it off!!!
Here is YOUR BADGE to post on your website. It will link back to this blog here so all can see how great you are… :-)
Click in the textbox, select all, copy & paste.
1. Kindly link back.
2. Graciously visit with others and learn about them. Partying is sharing.
3. Leave a kind comment, such as ‘your favorite project in the party’
4. Have fun.
No sales; just tutorials.
My Craft Contribution This Week
Versatile Craft Project
that uses up leftover yarn
and that can be added
to just about anything
All you need is
a bit of yarn,
2 small pieces of recycled cardboard
and a pair of scissors.
Thanks for your TUTORIAL contribution. Please DO leave a comment also!!!
Tell us which project you’ve visited and liked the best.