Remember last year's Crafty Christmas Tutorial Link-Up?
Well, I'm organising another one! Yay!
The idea is that lots of bloggers share a festive tutorial on the same day, then we all share links to each other's tutorials. It was so much fun seeing everyone's tutorials last year, there was such a lovely mix of different projects.
Want to take part?
Step 1: Send me a message to let me know what your blog address is, and that you'd like to join the link-up fun. You can contact me HERE.
Step 2: Design a tutorial! The tutorial should have a Christmas theme (no "gift ideas" please unless they have a festive twist) and should be new and your own design. It's fine to do a tutorial for something you've made or blogged about before but please don't repost an old tutorial from your archives.
Any and all crafty techniques are welcome - we had a
great selection last time! As well as the usual crafty stuff like sewing and knitting and paper crafting, you're also welcome to submit baking & cake decorating projects or creative gift-wrapping ideas. Patterns (e.g. for embroidery
or cross stitch) are also very welcome, as are festive printables.
Never written a tutorial before? Check out my (currently still
in-progress because I am a very lazy blogger, tsk tsk!) series on how to write a craft tutorial for some tips on getting started, taking notes, taking step by step photos, and taking photos of the finished project, editing your photos and drawing any illustrations.
Step 3: Email me a photo of your finished project by Wednesday 5th November.
Step 4: Share your crafty tutorial on your blog on Wednesday 12th November.
Step 5: I'll put together a list of everyone's projects and email you
asap so you can put the links in a blog post and share the crafty love on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.
If you have any questions, do let me know!
Click here to send me a message if you want to join in the fun. I'll then send you more info about image sizes, etc.
The more bloggers who join in with the link-up the merrier, so please do spread the word among your crafty friends :)
P.S. You can check out all the projects from last year's link-up here.