A wish tree #naturallycrafty

Welcome to this weeks #naturallycrafty nature craft linky.

My nature craft this week is a golden oldie from my archives over at baby budgeting it is still something we do every year.

We simple gather up some sticks, arrange them in a jar and a write our family’s hopes and wishes for he new years on some paper stars. It is a beautiful tradition and it looks rather beautiful too.

We keep our wish tree up for a while then carefully pack away the stars till the following year.

 

New years eve Kids, A wish tree

Simple is often best  and you cannot beat nature for beauty.

Some of my bloggy pals have been writing up a storm this month and I want to share their fabulous posts with you too

Kirsty is showing us how to make peppermint Snowmen

Ali  has been writing about homelessness at Christmas

Cass has been sharing how to make a puff pastry Christmas tree

Carolin has been sharing the German traditions of St Nicholas day

The very lovely Fiona has been showing us how to make a  Christmas gift tree decoration

and creative Cat has some fabulous free Christmas printables for us to download.

jenny has made some scrummy looking Christmas popcorn puddings

Truly something for everyone!

 

Have you been nature crafting this month or getting ready for a creative Christmas?

Join us!

We  would absolutely love to see your nature crafts so do please share them with us. We will share on our Naturally Crafty Pinterest Board and across social media using the hashtag #naturallycrafty

This is a very simple linky with very few ‘rules’.

    1. Please display the badge if you link up
    2. Please do comment on the hosts posts (www.simpleparenting.co.uk & www.growingfamily.co.uk)
    3. Do try and visit a few other blogs and let’s share a bit of crafty love

If you tweet Catherine or me (Becky) with your post and the #naturallycrafty hashtag we will happily RT too, see you next week!

 

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2 Comments

  1. December 9, 2016 / 2:17 pm

    What a lovely idea – and how great that you get to look back on your wishes when you unpack it the next year.
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