Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Pinterest Challenge Link Up - April Edition

It's time to show off your latest Pinterest inspired projects!

We're starting this month's Pinterest Challenge a week late since everyone was busy enjoying their spring break.  So let's get this party started!!
  
New to The Pinterest Challenge?  No worries.  The challenge is simple.  Just make something you pinned to one of your boards and then share it with all of us at the monthly party.   Sounds fun and easy, doesn't it?

Visit each of the the pinheads to see our latest Pinterest inspired projects:
 
Allison from A Glimpse Inside
Ashlee from I'm Topsy Turvy
Carrie from My Favorite Finds
Cheryl from Sew Can Do
Kara from Happy Go Lucky
 
This month my "to-make" from my Pinterest boards project was a tutorial for making pinwheel bows from Simple Design Bows for The Ribbon Retreat.  I'm new to bow making & was so pleased with how these turned out.  I used them to make some snazzy barrettes for my little miss, but these would also look amazing on a gift box.  Definitely doing some more!



Now, it's your turn!
Share your latest Pinterest inspired projects so we can be inspired by you!!

I'm topsy turvy 

Link up, have fun, and be inspired!
The party will be open until Friday night:)

4 comments:

  1. Cheryl,
    You will LOVE making bows, and soon you'll.have an ungodly ribbon stash! They are fun for bigger girls at slumber parties & great for school fundraisers, ect. I make OKC Thunder color bows and sell them like crazy during basketball season. Watch out, you're in trouble!

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    1. I already do Amy and I've only made a few. I'll be sharing more of my barrette making addiction soon - it's getting a bit out of control!!

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  2. Your pinwheel bows are so precious! And so many different ways to use them! Thanks so much for hosting the Pinterest Challenge! Quick question - I included the name of my source/inspiration of my upload (Naptime Crafts @ www.naptimecrafting.blogspot.com) and the blog post is also mentioned with a link in my post about the felt wreath. Hope that's good! Just want to make sure and give credit where credit is due :)

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    1. Thanks so much Nikki! You've done it absolutely perfect and thanks for taking the time to make sure you've got the credit to the original source - so many people don't do that and it means a lot to the creators!!

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