Sometimes Pinterest projects don't work out like they are supposed to. But sometimes you get lucky and are pleased with the results. In the time I have been on Pinterest, I have completed the following projects from pins I saw.the first one was shelves with blue and pink items. The following photos are all of my projects I completed. Feel free to repin, repost and share if you would like.
One of the items was books with a doily on them. So I tried it with my little shelves.
I am a Thirty-One consultant and saw where someone used a Organizing Utility Tote to carry their files in. I love it. Still using this now.
My niece pinned a pin she had completed where you use plastic eggs to create a pretty Easter arrangement. Here was my results.
My favorite pin ever to make was this cute wreath of Easter eggs. We do these with our kids in Pre-K and they love it.
Repurposing. I have seen a lot of pins using things for reasons other than what they were created. Inspired by many different pins, I looked around the house to see what I could repurpose. This is in my bathroom now. This little tea for one stores my Q-tips and cottonballs.
Someone had just put Easter eggs in a dish and tied a ribbon around the stem. When I found this little candy dish at a yard sale, I knew just what I wanted to do with it.
I hated this old white Rubbermaid chest I use for crafts until I saw where somebody used scrapbook paper to make it prettier. Now I wouldn't get rid of it for anything.
One of my favorites was the no-sew table runner my niece had done. Here was one I did for Halloween. I have them for most holidays now.
This was simple and quick. Just cover a candle with ribbon and a button and you have cute new decor.
Saw the "Oh where is my want" and had to make it. On another board, I saw the pinwheels in a jar. Put it all together with my Dollar Tree which and have about $3 bugs in this entire Halloween display.
Super simple heart wreath for Valentine's day that I made from scrapbook paper card stock.
Cute little idea where I used Wonder Under to iron material onto burlap and complete this Valentine picture.
My obsession with Wonder Under did not end there. I did this little dish cloth for my Valentine kitchen display.
My daughter pinned one similar to this that she had made. A trip to AC Moore got me everything I needed for my neat Christmas decor.
Made these from scrapbook paper. We filled them with popcorn for a party we had the kids in Sunday School class. Simple to make but a huge hit.
When we had Pre-K graduation in Sunday School. I make these little hats from red card stock, Solo bowls, yarn and a button. Super simple.
Saw somebody use old milk crates for storage. Redid my craft closet by using some milk crates and a shoe bag on the door.
My daughter found this idea for me. We printed them and used them for photo shoots at our VBS that had a carnival theme.
Another idea I saw for hanging shoe bags was to store all my clinging supplies on the door in the bathroom closet. I love having everything where I don't have to dig under the sink to find it.
And last, I made green Jello eggs for Dr. Seuss day at Pre-K Sunday School. We had green eggs and ham for snacks.
I hope you enjoyed my pins. I didn't realize how many Pinterest projects I had completed.