craft piles

All over my house are piles just like this one. Crafting and sewing projects I’ve pinned, gathered supplies for, started, and never finished. Le sigh, story of my life!

Then along came Connie (The Daisyhead) with a great idea to put together a crafting link-up. YES PLEASE! I jumped at the chance! I’m getting better and better at doing and sharing the arts and crafts we do as a family, but since I got pregnant almost a year ago my desire and time to work on my own projects has waned. This link-up is just the motivation I need to get a move-on on those ideas that have been simmering for far too long.

Once a month Connie, Lisa (from Looking at Life CreativLei) and I will be sharing our project(s) – it can be anything from sewing to photography, baking or painting. Just something that you’ve done as a creative outlet and want to share. We are so excited to see your creativity explode!

So make sure you join us the last Wednesday of every month – we start next week, February 27th – in sharing what you’ve made with your own two hands.

With These 2 Hands Link-Up

Simple Guidelines:

With These 2 Hands is hosted on 4 different blogs~ the daisyheadCreativLeiServing From Home, and DaisyHead CreationsWhen you link up at one of our blogs, your link will show in the linky on all 4 blogs. {Woot!}

  • Link up any blog post, your Craftsy project page, your Ravelry project page, a flickr photo, Instagram photo, etc. All I ask is that it be more than just a picture.Tell us a bit about your creative outlet or why it relaxes you. The idea is to give ideas, inspiration, and encouragement to others.
  • Please only link that particular post/ project one time.
  • When you post your link on the Linky Tool, please be sure to link directly to your  post, not to your home page, so that it’s easy for others to find when they come to visit your blog. (Not sure how to do this? Check out this explanation.)
  • Please include a link back to With These 2 Hands link-up in your post. By doing so, it helps others who need inspiration to find all of your amazing creations. If you are not linking a blog post, would you please tweet, Facebook share, G+, or otherwise share our link-up so that others can join the fun. {grin}
  • You can link back to the daisyhead using a simple text link if you choose, or I have provided some nifty html banners for you to make it fun and easy. Just copy the code in the box below the graphic you like and paste it into an html window in your blog editor (then click back to “visual” to see the loveliness).

Please keep your posts family friendly and stay on the theme. {We reserve the rights to delete any links that do not follow these rules.}