Ready, Set, Craft! – There’s a new linky on the blog

Ready, Set, Craft linkyThe lovely Andrea from All You Need Is Love and Cake and I were a little secretive during the last couple of days and now we are revealing why: We are starting our very own brand spanking new linky next Tuesday (30th July) and its name tells you all you have to know about it: Ready, Set, Craft wants to encourage you to get creative, no matter if on your own or with your kids. Anything goes and we would like you to link up whichever craft you like: old or new, tricky or simple. Read, Set, Craft is what you make it!

Every Tuesday morning, we will open the linky and tell you about our very own craft project/projects of the week. You don’t have to be a craft expert to join in either, for us it’s all about finding new and fun things to create with our children or on our own, if we have the time.

Every now and again, we’ll get seasonal and set a theme, but we’ll let you know beforehand, so that you can add up any relevant posts, if we are running a Halloween theme or similar. You will still be able to post your favourite craft of the week though, so don’t despair.

Of course, we will also make sure to show off your masterpieces – what’s art, if it’s hiding in the cupboard after all? Every week, we will tweet, Google+ and pin your crafts for the world to admire them!

If you fancy joining in, I’ll see you next week, when I am hosting the very first linky here on my blog. Oh and shhh… everyone who links up next week, will be entered into a prize draw to win a little something – a little thank you from us to you, if you like!

Sounds good? So what are you waiting for?! Ready, set, craft!

Mummy Alarm


  1. Ann Robinson says

    A great way to keep kids amused and it help them to be creative, even if it can get messy but thats half the fun for kids

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