I know, I'm a little late. Things have been a little crazy here. None the less, Welcome to Pintastic Monday! Where bloggers come together and have a Pin Party. Last week we had all sorts of Pin Worthy posts.
Amid all the business I did manage to complete one project:
My fabric pumpkins got a makeover.
Our most viewed link was:
These bright and fun journals from Tousel Day. Its an easy project to spice up any book.
I couldn't pass up a good pumpkin post like the one from Rustic Silk. Don't you just love her mix of fabrics?
Happy in Red's pillow definitely reminds me of my both of my grandmothers. I'm pretty sure they had pillows like this.
Now is the time of year where holiday parties begin and I'm always in need of quick appetizers like this Caprese on a Stick from Crafty Spices.
Alderberry Hill revealed her Halloween Decor and broke from the traditional color scheme. She has a few projects I would like to try.
Jesse's Girl showed us her Monster Room she completed for her little boy. I'm a sucker for stripes and think her color palette is awesome!
Finally we have this little jacket from Winter Wonderings. I don't even know where to begin. I better you never would guess that she made it from a sheet? Just look at the detail in those pockets!
Thank-you to all who participated last week.
Are you ready for this week's party?
Pin Party Rules:
1) Visit at least two other links and pin two projects from the authors' blog.
2.) Add my button somewhere on your blog, whether it is in the post itself or on the side.
3.) Link to a specific post and it must be something you wrote or created.
4.) No give-aways or other link parties.
I would love if you would follow me as well, but it is not a requirement.
Of course you can find me on Pinterest too. I'll follow back if you leave your Pinterest link in the comments section.
Get your pins ready, get set, GO!
*By submitting your links/projects you are giving others permission to pin your projects to Pinterest as well as giving me permission to use your photo/s should I choose to feature you. If you have any questions you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org*