Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Eco-Kids Tuesday


Welcome back to Eco-Kids Link-Up!  We had so many great posts shared last week! I enjoyed each and every one of them.  Here are a few of my favorites from last week!


These little "babies", by Life With Moore Babies, are the sweetest things and we could actually make some since milkweed grows all over the place here!



Carla, over at her blog Preschool Powol Packets, shared these cute AND healthy Christmas canatlope stars.




A while back I shared the salt dough handprints that we made!



Well, My Buddies and I made the best ever salt dough handprint mittens!! 
 So cute!  These would make great grandparent gifts!





If you were featured please feel free to grab a button for your blog.  And please keep linking up great all your Eco-Kid ideas!

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Now on to the party!!!  I hope that you'll share some great family-friendly posts that are also friendly for the environment. Some ideas include:
  •  Nature Activities
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Crafts made with re-purposed or recycled materials
  • Sewing and DIY home projects
  • Science Experiments
  • Posts on environmental issues for kids or families
  • Non-toxic living
  • Homeopathic Remedies
Eco-Kids Tuesdays is co-hosted by Organic Aspirations and Like Mama~Like Daughter this means that anything you link-up shows up on both blogs!

Feel free to link up several of your posts.

There are only a few rules:

Please follow both co-hostess' blogs, and visit some of the other posts and give them some encouragement!  Please stick to posts and photos not giveaways or items for sale.

By linking up, you are agreeing that Organic Aspirations or Like Mama~Like Daughter can feature your photos next week with a link back to your site.  

Please link back to my site using this button (once I get it fixed !!) OR simply text linking within your post!

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5 comments:

  1. Thanks again for featuring our milkweed babies!

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  2. Thanks for the invite! I have found myself trying to think of up-cycled activities each week for your link-up!

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  3. A couple of the crafts that I have been making lately with 100% wool felt and wool roving. So nice to use the natural fibres!
    ~ joey ~

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  4. Thanks for the invite to your linky party.

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  5. Thanks for invite to your linky party.

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