How to Sunday Linky #7

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Welcome to the How To Sunday’s Linky! Some fantastic link-ups last week, great advice, tips, recipes and crafts, I’m loving everything new I’m learning about!

I especially loved Life of my Family and Me‘s jam and coconut cakes.  They look delicious and we’ll definitely need to try making them.


And Growing Family has a great tutorial on how to make a bulb lasagne, which is great for when you want continuous flowers popping through throughout the spring.

bulb lasagne iris

This linky is for all your tutorial posts, from home and garden diy tutorials, to recipe’s and kid’s activities, it’s all welcome, I look forward to seeing what everyone links up!

You can link up any old or new posts that include a ‘how to do it’ so you can inspire other readers to have a go themselves, I just ask that you stick to the simple rules below so everyone can share the love in this little community.

I look forward to reading all your wonderful ‘how to’s’!

To link up simply grab the badge and link up your old or new outdoor family fun posts.

The Rules:
 1. You can link up to 2 posts per week!
2.  Be sure to grab the How To Sunday badge on each post you would like to link up (code below-paste it into the HTML option of your blogging platform) or place it on your blog sidebar.
3. Comment on the host post and at least 2 other links – please share the linky love, it’s what makes linky’s such great communities!
4.  It would also be fantastic if you want to share your post and let others know about the linky on social media using #HowtoSunday.  I will retweet all your posts via Twitter if you mention @Monkeyandmousey in your tweets!
5. Finally, if you could please follow Monkey and Mouse (TwitterFacebook , Instagram and Pinterest) that would be wonderful!
How To Sunday Linky



  1. November 8, 2015 / 8:55 am

    Thanks so much for hosting #HowToSundays Jenny. Have a lovely day 🙂

    • November 16, 2015 / 11:45 am

      Thank you! Have a good day too! 🙂 x

  2. November 8, 2015 / 8:24 pm

    Thanks for hosting! I love bulb lasagnes – we did one last year and I’m looking forward to enjoying it again this spring 🙂

    • November 16, 2015 / 3:23 pm

      I bet it looks fantastic! I will try making a proper one next year, this year littlest was ‘helping’, so not sure how good they will be! 🙂 x

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