A huge welcome to Week 14 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! Hope you guys had a great Easter weekend! Both my children are off school for the Easter break and we’ve been looking at all sorts of crafts to keep them occupied. This week I am featuring three different ways of painting eggs!
Painting eggs can be so much fun. I love how Gingerbread house made use of the chalkboard paint to paint the egg! Now you can use chalk to draw on the eggs. So beautiful! Next is from Science Kiddo who shows us the step-by-step of how to use natural resources to dye the eggs! I had read that you can use cabbage to dye eggs but I have never tried it! I love how Science Kiddo explains it so clearly! Lastly is from Home Spun Sprout who used wax and ink to dye the pysanky eggs. Such beautiful ideas! I love it!
First time joining us? Simply add your posts to the linky and they will be shown across all 4 of our host blogs (myself, ET Speaks From Home; The Boy and Me; Hodge Podge Craft and Craft on Sea) and then pinned to our group board. Each week the 4 of us will showcase a selection of three posts each to feature the round up on our blog along with the next weeks’ linky.
The Rules & Guidelines
- Link up your post – it can be a tutorial, how-to or even food recipe – old or new!
- Please kindly follow the Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party board.
- Please also kindly follow the hosts on Pinterest. This is not essential but would be appreciated!
– Eileen: http://www.pinterest.com/etspeaksfrom/
– The Boy and Me: http://www.pinterest.com/theboyandme/
- Please visit at least three other blogs on the linky if you can and pin some of their fabulous tutorials to your own boards. Do use the #pintorials hashtag to let them know you found them via the linky.
- We would love it if you could give us a text link or add the badge to your post or your side bar. The more people know about the #Pintorials linky, the more can join in and the more pinning we get to do.
- By adding your blog post on this linky, you agree to be possibly featured in a future round up on any of the host blogs, including an image. We will always be linked back directly to your post.
Looking forward to reading about your shared blog post with us this week!