Over the past several months I've seen many of my friends post stuff about Pinterest. I didn't understand what it was nor why I would want to join. Now that I've given it a chance, I'm hooked! I love that I can find stamping projects that I like on the web and "pin" them on my Pinterest boards so that I can find them later. No more bookmarking all kinds of pages. I can even add notes about why I'm "pinning" the project/idea so I can go back later and try it when I have more time. It's not just limited to stamping either. There's tons of links to recipes, sewing patterns, landscaping, quotes, etc. I should have joined a while ago!
Now that I'm on there (you can find me under Dannie Graves), I'm slowing adding my stamping projects to share with everybody. I'm trying to sort them under different categories to make things easier to find. If you like a project, simply click on the photo and it will take you right to that blog post so that you can find the directions, supplies used, etc. How convenient is that? Also, if you look at the bottom of each of my blog posts, you'll see a "pin it" button. Click on that and you can "pin" my stuff to your own Pinterest board so you can find it later as well.
In looking around Pinterest, I found this fun project by Lisa Martz.
The box was made from one of the Happy Hello Simply Sent cards that you can get FREE during Sale-a-bration! The pattern came from Julie Davison. This project was finished in less than five minutes. I filled a baggie with candy, tied a bow on it, and slid it in the box. It's a quick, inexpensive gift to give somebody as a simple thank you.
I can't remember if you need and invitation to join Pinterest. If you do, just message me and I'll send you an invite. Thank for stopping by!
Supplies: Happy Hello Simply Sent Kit, Dimensionals