Monday, 24 September 2012

New challenge: Pin it and Do it!



Calling all the crafty people out there:  October is the month to pick up your pans / needles / beads etc. and try out every idea you've pinned on Pinterest!

Trish will be hosting this pinteresting challenge, where everyone is invited to show their skills ( I can't imagine the exchange of ideas from all the bloggers...)

I've yet to decide which of my pins I will try to carry out, but they will certainly include cooking, knitting/cross-stitching and perhaps a bit of jewelry making (nothing extravagant you see...)

And yes, I admit it:  I am a Pinterest-aholic -  I will go for the 8+ level!

UPDATE:  I've created a board on Pinterest where all my pins for this challenge are listed (obviously, I will not be able to do them all... unfortunately..)

12 comments:

  1. I'm also signed up at the 8+ level. Hoping it motivates me to get some Christmas gifts made. Can't wait to see what you come up with - especially the knitting and cross-stitch. I love to cross-stitch but I've never been able to catch on to knitting. Potholders are as far as I get. :)

    Good luck with your pins.

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    1. thanks! You're on my mind: My craft pins will be Christmas presents galore!!! Best of luck to you!

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  2. You know, it's pretty awesome to see what the bloggers do decide to do for the challenge. We've had quite the variety in the past. I think I'm coming to learn that bloggers have a different idea of productivity than others! Thanks for joining us and I look forward to seeing what you decide to tackle.

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    1. many thanks Trish! Thanks for hosting!

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  3. Oh! Tis sounds like fun! I'll be rooting for you to finish your challenge! :)

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    1. thanks so much Risa!

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  4. What a great challenge. I'd better get pinning =)

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    1. Yes, join the fun!!!

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  5. I signed up for the 8+ level too! I'm now following you on Pinterest and can't wait to see what you do for the challenge!

    You can see my PI & DI Post Here

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  6. What a good idea to put your #pinitdoit challenges onto a separate board! I love the artsy projects, a cowl would be really useful on these chilly days :D (Although right now, the sun is shining, no sign of yesterday's unrelenting rain)

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    1. the knitting projects are rather for an immediate use ;-). The cooking is done anyway, so I'll just have to find the time for the art projects (I have to start Christmas presents at some point...)

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