Hello, fellow Pinners!
Today, I’m featuring two fabulous ladies that are Pinterest enthusiasts too. They’ve each been kind enough to share one of their Pinterest projects with me.
First, I’d like to introduce you to Georgia. She was inspired by this pin…
To create this cool piece of art…..
Georgia’s pin linked her to a site called Lindsey Daniella Did It. There, Lindsey gives step by step instructions with some great photos to follow. She even breaks down the cost. It comes out to around $20, if you have to buy all of the supplies. I just love inexpensive art!
Yes, I’m cheap and I’m proud!
- Georgia used the directions on the original post.
- It took her about 20 minutes to glue the crayons onto the canvas. She used a blow dryer to melt the crayons and that took about 20 minutes.
- She warns that the crayons were not as easy to control as she thought they’d be as they melted. (Lindsey used an embossing heat gun in her post. This may give a little more control since it produces less forced air than a blow dryer.)
- The overall project was as easy as she though it would be.
I just love it when projects are as easy as they are described. Well, way to go Georgia, that’s…
The next awesome Pinner I’d like to introduce you to is Tracy. She has tried a scrumptious looking recipe that she found through Pinterest from the Stephanie Cooks! site.
- Tracy took the 5 simple ingredients as described in Stephanie’s recipe- cake mix, baking powder, eggs, oil,and chocolate chips
- She followed the directions except, she used Pam on the cookie sheet to prevent sticking (better to be safe that sorry right?)
- They were so easy and yummy that she didn’t have a chance to take pictures of them before they were all gone!
- They tasted best when fresh from the oven
This looks like a great solution to those times when you want a home baked treat but don’t want to go through all of the trouble of baking cookies from scratch and that’s…
Tracy is also the first Pinner to rate a project on the Oh So Pinteresting pin scale. What’s that you ask? Let me explain-
1 Pin- Not so great
2 Pins- Wasn’t awful but probably won’t try again
3 Pins- Good stuff
4 Pins-Awesome, cant wait to try it again!
Drum roll please….
Tracy rates this project 3/ 4 pins. They were good but did not stay fresh very long.
What do you think of the Pin rating system? Leave me a comment below. Thanks!
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