A huge welcome to Week 5 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! It is February! We’ve enjoyed seeing the posts that are linked up. This week I am featuring sheep as it is going to be the Year of the Sheep in the forthcoming Chinese New Year.
A huge welcome to Week 36 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! Have you started carving pumpkins for Halloween yet?
This week I am featuring pumpkin carving. Hodge Podge craft has written 10 useful pumpkin carving tips, why not pop over and have a look! Next, Preschool Powol Packets has created a beautiful beaded pumpkin using nails and beads! Alternatively, try diamante to decorate your pumpkin, thanks to Crafts On Sea. Or take a look at our pac man and teething pumpkin.
Last month, I blogged about the paper cutting Jack-O-Lantern and bat for a Halloween display. They are great as a banner. Today, I am cutting tulips and flower borders using the book by Kai Iwami called Paper Cut Planet.
Last week, Lichfield Mandarin Club were celebrating the Mooncake Festival. As I am in charge of the craft side, I decided to ask the children to paint a Chinese lantern. I first saw the Chinese lantern’s display in Chinatown while I was in Singapore last month.
A huge welcome to Week 25 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! It is going to be a busy week for us as both my children have finished school for the summer holiday! Six weeks of having them at home! Hopefully, we can share some of our crafts with you soon.
This week I am featuring three different ways of painting.
A big welcome to Week 16 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! This week I am featuring three simple activities/crafts with kids!
First up is this beautiful salt painting from parenting chaos who wrote that this is a super easy, quick, and not that messy.