Feature Friday- Popular Summertime Tutorials

by Susan Myers on July 13, 2012

My tutorial page is one of my most popular pages.  And there are some tutorials that are more popular than others.  So I thought I would show you some of my most popular summertime tutorials.  All illustrated instructions can be found here on the Sitcom.  And be sure to click on that green “Print Friendly” button at the bottom of the post so that you can print out the instructions for easy use.

My Seashell Welcome Tutorial not only has a fun to do project involving seashells, foam board and a bit of paper mache, but it also includes a naked story for your entertainment.

Yep, I said naked story.  See what I have to do to make a tutorial popular?

Getting the idea from an old 1970 Pack O’ Fun magazine, I bent popsicle sticks using boiling water.  Once dry, I painted them in bright acrylic colors and coated them with Mod Podge.  You can find the full tutorial for Popsicle Stick Bracelets here.   A fun idea for the kids.

How about a quilled bug in a jar?  My Quilled Butterfly in a Jar Tutorial is one of my more popular quilling projects.  This project involved finding a use for some of my pickle jar collection.  Created from colored cardstock, this little butterfly is perfectly happy in it’s pickle jar home.

And finally, how about leaves made from plaster?  My Plaster Casting Leaves Tutorial shows you how to create realistic looking leaves with a bit of plaster and a few leaves borrowed from a plant.  Just make sure it’s not your husband’s favorite plant before you start this project.  Not that I’d know anything about that…

See something you want to try?  Well go check out these summery tutorials.  And take a look at my tutorial page for so many more!

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