Work with me

I have decided to create advertising profiles for business blogs on this site

I’m charging one flat fee for one month and that will get you

1 feature interview on this site, shared across Twitter, Facebook (several groups, pages, my personal profile), Instagram and my main blog (newagedreamchick)
2 blog posts featuring products or services you’re offering
All three will link back to your site
1 month of regular posts on all three social networks and will share your posts as well.

Message me at dreamguru88@gmail.com if you’re interested, since the holiday season is coming up, I know how important advertising is this time of the year.

 

I also am always on the lookout for products to show on my “recommended products” category, so if you have something that relates to any of the topics covered on this site, message me.

Anyone else doing Blogtober?

I totally forgot this was a thing, but decided to do this with 4 websites.

Since I’m letting my “primary” site expire (it was an experiment and it filled it’s need, so the special extras are expiring), I’m going to use this challenge this month to up my content on all four niche sites.

I’m going to try to keep with the fall/Halloween theme but also thinking winter/Christmas/Thanksgiving- crafts and of course, allergy friendly recipes.

 

This will coinside with a major holiday promotion I’m starting today as well as prep for Campnano next month, so I’ll be leaving one challenge to enter another.

If anyone is doing Blogtober, I’d love to see some links in the comments

 

Large Felt Christmas Tree

This is a fun wall hanger for children to decorate.

You wi\nll need a large piece of green felt

a smaller size of brown felt

Hot glue gun

Circles of velcro

Colorful pieces of felt

Piece of string and scissors

First, cut either a tree or triangle shape out of the green (around 2-4 feet in size- depending on how big you want the tree)

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Cut a large square (or rectangle) out of the brown felt

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Hot glue the brown felt to the bottom of the green to make the tree

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Cut a small hole (or small holes) in the top of the tree to tie the string through to hang the tree. Alternative- get a large piece of white felt and hot glue the whole tree onto the large white felt- the cut holes in the top edges of the white and tie the yarn through the holes to hang the tree on the wall.

Cut all the colored felt into shapes of various sizes, take one side of the velcro and stick or glue it to the backs of the shapes. Take the other sides and stick them to the tree in random locations.

 

Hang the tree and have your kids decorate their new toy. They can take the ornaments off and stick them on where every they want.

To make the ornaments:

Cut out the shapes

You can use only the basic shapes or you can cut smaller shapes and hot glue the smaller shapes onto the larger shapes.

Christmas Tree Paper Chain

This is a classic for a Christmas tree. They have been around for decades.

You will need multi colored construction paper, scissors and glue

Cut the construction paper into strips- 1-3 inches in width.

 

Fold the strip and glue the edges of the first circle in the chain

Fold the next link through the center of the first link and glue it closed.

Repeat until the chain is the size you want.

It’s a very simple, yet potentially time consuming, project for children of all ages. You can use it for your banister, tree or any inside decorations.