Earth Week – Linky Party

Garden Crafts

Earth Week: April 21-27, 2014.. and I am continuing the party till next Wednesday! Sunday I treated you 50+ Earth Day Activities and Crafts for kids, including the 5 steps to grow vegetables from seed, and a gazilion recycled craft projects, for home, garden and personal use.  Yesterday I shared an infographic to help you figure out which composting method is best for you, to help you success at growing those vegetables. Look at the right sidebar for the ‘gardening’ and ‘recycling’ categories with loads more projects that befit Earth Week. Think ‘how to grow roses, how to grow hydrangeas, etc., as well as DIY vertical gardening, indoor gardening, DIY irrigation system, DIY solar panels, DIY tumbled bucket planters, sheds made from pallets, how to make pavers, .. outdoor showers, plans to make your own benches … and ideas for darling DIY bird feeders w recycled materials, oh, and more…

earth week crafts

Earth Week Continues …

And so I thought, that today we continue that Earth Week-theme of recycling, reusing, refashioning, and other creative eco-friendly  projects and make that the theme for today’s linky party as well! Like that? Show off what you have made that’s eco-friendly. Of course, that does not have to be a project you did yesterday. It can be something you did years ago and are still proud of and benefitting from. Perhaps those great ideas that passed the test of time are even better.

Earth Day Week – Linky Party

OK. Link, link, link! Show off your creative recycling!!

Note that the only requirement is that you link back to Fine Craft Guild, ideally from within your post or the sidebar.


How to link back to the party

A text link at the bottom of your post, or link somewhere on your blog is perfect. Thank you.

DIY Tutorials


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  • Be a social butterfly and have fun. See you soon again!

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