The Artful Year Blog Tour March 2015

The Artful Year March Blog Tour

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The Artful Year Blog Tour March 2015

Hello, my friends!

We’ve just completed an amazing month of the blog tour for The Artful Year! If you missed them, here are some of the highlights from the 1st half of February. So much good stuff! I haven’t had a chance to compile the highlights from the 2nd half yet, but you can follow the links from the February blog tour post to see all those amazing posts.

We’ve started a new month and Round II of The Artful Year blog tour!

I have another round of amazing bloggers participating in March and I welcome and encourage you to follow along!

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There will be even more reviews, sneak peeks, activities shared, giveaways, and interviews.

If you’re not already familiar with the sites on the list below, I highly encourage you to check them out. Lots of goodness here.

These blogs always have creative arts and crafts ideas, engaging kids’ activities, ways to make learning fun, and interesting parenting articles. I recommend following them on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as the blogs themselves, if you’re looking for inspiration and family activities.

The Book

The Artful Year :: Celebrating the Seasons & Holidays with Crafts & Recipes

The Artful Year Blog Tour March 2015

The Artful Year Blog Tour March 2015March 2 :: Hand Made Kids Art

March 3 :: What Do We Do All Day?

March 4 :: Imagination Soup

March 5 :: Racheous Loveable Learning

March 6 :: Coffee Cups and Crayons

March 7 :: Maya*Made

March 9 :: The Art Pantry

March 10 :: Willowday

March 11 :: Peanut Blossom

March 12 :: Twig and Toadstool

March 13 :: Pink Stripey Socks

March 15 :: Kids Stuff World

March 16 :: Fireflies and Mudpies

March 27 ::  The Imagination Tree

I hope you’ll follow along on this blog tour! I’ll be updating the blog links to the actual book posts as they are published.

(And again, this is just part of the amazing line-up! Check out The Artful Year Blog Tour Part I for more.)

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Megan @ The Art Pantry
    March 3, 2015 at 9:48 pm

    I love your book, Jean, and am excited to share our experience with it. I’m honored to be a part of this amazing group of bloggers!

  • Reply
    Adrienne Summerlot
    April 20, 2015 at 11:49 am

    I was wondering if you ever do workshops?
    you are absolutely inspiring, I love your ideas and thoughts and it motivates me to be hands on and think of things in a different way with my kids!
    THANK YOU!

  • Reply
    kathy mason
    May 14, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    i am looking for art and craft ideas for elderly people in the nursing home. any ideas pertaining to this I would appreciate any input.

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