It's time again for the Pinterest Poser Challenge. In an attempt at not being a Pinterest Poser,* every week I detail a new Pinterest challenge whether it be a new recipe or a craft.
**My definition of a Pinterest Poser is someone who is all pins and no substance.**
Over the past couple of weeks, I've been more about pinning than making/creating/crafting. Sometimes the poser in me takes over and I'm all about pinning pretty things just because they are pretty and I have no intention of making them.
But I did do a couple simple projects and used Pinterest as a quick reference guide.
One afternoon, the kids and I made paper snowflakes.
Click here for an easy how-to-cut snowflake guide.
Sure, some turned out better than others.
But overall, it was a fun project that the whole family could do together (ages 5 and up).
And then I copied a chalkboard design from a Pinterest picture and of course my writing is crooked. I do everything crooked.
Two simple, yet I think quite lovely, projects that make my home cozier and sweeter.
Here are a few projects that I am resolving to attempt in the near future, so stay tuned.
|It seems like a crazy, big project...but it could happen people. I'm going to try it. I have two old doors just sitting in the garage, waiting to be Pinterested.|
|I can't wait to try my friend Jaima's recipe.|
|Just have to come up with what words I want on my subway sign and then I'm tackling this bad boy.|
Here are some of the projects I've already attempted, the good and the bad:
Furniture Painting and Bench/Chest Makeover- click here
The Free Printable Turned Artwork in a Boring Hallway- click hereThe chalk board-click here
Seven Layer Dip in Individual Cups (my favorite so far!)-click here
The pumpkin address-click here
The Kitchen Dancing Sign--click here
Come on over and follow my Pinterest boards.
It's a new year and I'm feeling all inspired to do something new and scary. So, I'm hosting a blog linky, or blog hop. But here's the thing, I hate the word "linky," it's dumb. So I'm calling it a blog share.
If you have a blog and you wrote a post about something you made, sewed, cooked, painted that was inspired by Pinterest, please link up and share.