Have you been staring at your Pinterest boards wondering where it all went wrong? It started out so innocently, didn’t it? One board, a few pins and then it got crazy! When I started on my Pinterest journey I thought it would just be a few “saved” items here and there. 47 boards and 2,214 pins later I am in a never-ending state of “What will I do with all this stuff?”
This year I’m promising myself I’m going to make something of all these boards I have out there and my goodness I’m going to get busy making stuff from those boards! If you’ve seen on the home page of my website, I have a tagline that reads “Turning Pinterest boards into reality!” – this isn’t because I’ve been busy making things that I want (that’s for sure). What that tagline really means is that my friends see things on Pinterest and ask me if I can make it. And, most times, the answer is a resounding YES. Heck…I will give most things a try at least once (except bungee jumping – that’s simply not going to happen).
Here is where you can find my board titled To Do in 2013!
I love this little trash receptacle you can use for your car. It’s so cute and the fabric is lovely, too. I found it on Pinterest, but it comes from this great blog – A Ditchin’ Time Quilts.
And this adorable thimble and pin necklace comes from another awesome blog – The Wind and The
Sail: The Crafty Thoughts of Laura Stantz.
What Pinterest projects are on your list to complete this year? Feel free to share a link to one or all of your boards! We’d love to see what you are up to.
GeminiRed Creations started as a hobby that has slowly grown into a fun little business. Many of the things you see for sale came about because I saw something on Pinterest or a friend saw something and said “Can you make this?” I always say yes and then try it…heck, you never know until you try!
I do work full-time, and I love my full-time job so this is just for fun — something to do in my down time to relax in the evenings. I hope you enjoy my creations.
I will be donating 10% of everything I sell to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation – Georgia Chapter (CCFA) in honor of my mother who is a 40+ year survivor of Crohn’s disease.
Thank you for helping me make a difference!!
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