Monday, January 28, 2013

The Pin It - Make It Link Party

How was your weekend?  Mine was great but over way too soon  - sounds familiar huh?  I am excited for this Monday though because I get to see what lovely Pintastic things you all made!

Yep, it's January 28th, so it's time to see what you did for the Make It Challenge.  The goal for this challenge was to make something that you pinned.  Basically, don't just pin it - make it.  Sounds simple enough right?  I showed you what I was pinspired to make last Friday - a diy shoe rack 
diy shoe rack

which inspired me to dress up some basic shoes shelves and give them some campaign style.
campaign style shoe shelves

Now before you link up your pintastic project be sure to check out all of the other party hostess projects - maybe you'll see something you want to pin.   That's the insane great thing about Pinterest - it's like the gift that just keeps on giving - total vicious cycle.

And now it's your turn to link up your projects! Remember when you link up on just ONE of our blogs your project will be seen on all NINE sites! And even if you don't have a blog, I'd love to see your projects on my Facebook page.

 FYI - before you link up: 
1. Please link-up Pinspired project posts only. 
2. Feel free to link up old and/or new projects! 
3. Please include a text link back to the blog where you linked up. (Only those that provide a text link will be featured.) 
4. We will be sharing some of our favorites on our Pinterest board. 
Be sure to follow it HERE! 

 I'll be featuring a few favorites later this week!


  1. I absolutely adored your take on shoe storage!

    Thank you so very much for hosting.

  2. Thanks for hosting, have a wonderful week!

  3. Your closet looks so great! I, too, have a clothes fanatic husband (and he does take up more room than I do). However, he works in the city downtown, whereas I have a home office- somehow putting on dresses, blouses and heels doesn't much matter unless I'm going out to see clients.


Be nice or I'll tell your mom! xoxo -C


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