Create Make Share #3

Create Make Share favourites | Growing SpacesIt’s been a busy month, so that makes us even more grateful to those that have taken the time to share their creations for our Create Make Share linky hosted by myself, Emma at Kids Craft Room and Anthea at Zing Zing Tree. I love the brightness and optimism that I can feel in these four shots, shared via the #CreateMakeShare tag on Instagram, together with that sense of spending time in the kitchen, or cosying up at home, during the colder winter days. Biscuits, marmalade, snuggling up with new cushions, creating indoors – all these things are infinitely appealing when it’s cold and grey outside.

1. How cute are these biscuits by They were made using Craftpod’s winter craft box. I’m feeling inspired – this would make a great weekend or after-school activity for the twins and I.
2. Emily has been hard at work making marmalade. Even though I’m not personally a fan (I love oranges, but don’t like orange-flavoured things strangely), the idea of spending a day creating in the kitchen is something I can relate to.
3. Another Emily, this time from Allen + Bear – her handmade cushions are just beautiful, and that metallic gleam adds the perfect touch of warmth and glamour for the winter.
4. Jenny.bee13‘s sycamore lino prints caught my eye because I’ve been considering adding a sycamore seed tattoo to my collection in 2016. The twins love finding these when we’re out and about, and sending them tumbling through the air.

the gingerbread houseAnd finally, how cool is this upcycled sign with lights by Jenny at The Gingerbread House. I love the rustic finish of that old scaffolding plank next to the clean lines of the painted words. This is an upcycling project I’d totally like to try out for the kids’ rooms.

The next month’s Create Make Share is all about love – whether you make a little token to give to someone special, cook up a recipe to share with those you care about the most, or show a neglected corner of your home a bit of love – share with us the things you make that are all about that warm fuzzy feeling.

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How to join in
To share your posts each month, all you have to do is visit Growing Spaces, ZingZingTree or Kids Craft Room and add your link to the form below.  You can link to your blog post if you have one or an Instagram URL if you don’t have a blog. If you’re sharing on Instagram, just add the hashtag #CreateMakeShare.

Whether you’ve blogged about a great sewing project, shared a delicious recipe, got crafty one afternoon or finished a fantastic DIY or makeover in your home, #CreateMakeShare is all about providing a platform for you to share anything creative you’ve been working on, and give you the chance to see what other creative folk have been up to. Add more than one link if you fancy – it just means more great stuff for us to explore. Do click and explore the links other people have shared – getting idea and inspiration from others is what it’s all about, and if you see something you love, leave them a comment. Let’s encourage and support each other.

If you fancy you can link back to us by either using the badge or a text back link (if linking a blog post) and use the hashtag #CreateMakeShare on Instagram so we can all see your lovely shots. You can connect with us here on IG: Anthea, Emma, Heather

Get featured
There will be a theme each month. You don’t have to follow it, but Anthea, Emma and I will pick our favourite posts that have used the theme, so it’s worth checking what that month’s theme is. We’ll share our favourites on our blogs, across our social media, and also add them to our Create Make Share Pinterest board.

This month’s theme is LOVE and the linky will be open until the 14th February 2016.

Here’s the #CreateMakeShare linky
Please link directly to the blog post/instagram pic
Only link to posts and images that you have Created
Do go and comment on some of the other linked up makes
Use the hashtag #CreateMakeShare as you share your post



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