Top 9 Repinned Pics and Projects + Special Giveaway

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Did your imagination take a small vacation this summer? As autumn approaches, we want to help get you back into tip-top-crafting-shape! To kick-start your creativity, we’ve put together our most popular repinned pictures and trending projects on Pinterest.

 

Pin-It to Win-It Challenge:

From the following images, repin your favorite ones and explain why you chose them in the comments section below.

 

Making Marks with Dina Wakley Repinned ProjectMaking Marks with Dina Wakley Project by Christen Olivarez

 



blog_8-2014_6Repurposed timeworn gems and classic heirlooms by Kris Auderer as seen in the pages of Jewelry Affaire

 

 

 

 

blog_8-2014_8The studio space of Dolly Mamas creator, Joey Heiberg as seen in the pages of Where Women Create

 



Book Exchange Invites Repinned ProjectBook Exchange Invites Project

 

 

 

Free Article Stitched Envelopes RepinnedFree Article Download – Delicately Stitched Envelopes

 



blog_8-2014_4Wax-Dipped Leaves: A Kraft Paper Experiment by Abby Bastedo as seen in the pages of Somerset Life

 

 

 

Repinned project by Guest Artist Mary Wangerin Art Journal Tutorial by Guest Artist Mary Wangerin

 



Repinned project by Guest Artist Michelle WardUpcycled Cardboard Journal with Guest Artist Michelle Ward

 

 

 

blog_8-2014_7DIY Tire Flower Planters by Roeshel Summerville as seen in the pages of Somerset Life

 



 

 

 

Prize:

[This giveaway has ended.]

What better way to start your creative projects than with a set of darling light blue mini clothespins? Use them as accents for handmade cards, apply them to mixed-media projects for an added touch of interest, or add a magnet to them and use them to pin up teeny-tiny pictures on the fridge. Just remember to comment below and include which projects you pinned and why you chose them.

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Have You Seen Our New Pinterest Board?

We’ve assembled a collection of charming handcrafted projects and beautiful images in our newest Pinterest Board, Handmade Weddings. Learn how to craft a memorable wedding day or event with these DIY ideas for tabletop decorations, invitations, gift packaging, and so much more.

 

 

 

Bella Grace Blog Hop

Don’t miss the She is Three blog post about holding things that bring us comfort, or Cassandra Key’s beautifully penned story about believing in magic. Also, our latest co-host, Kelly Letky has written a wonderful piece that offers insights into being an ordinary artist. Don’t miss our on all the wonderful inspiration and these three chances to win Bella Grace.

 

Click here to follow the Bella Grace Blog Hop

 

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Posted: Thursday, August 14th, 2014 @ 3:01 pm
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25 Responses to “Top 9 Repinned Pics and Projects + Special Giveaway”

  1. Carolyn Williams says:

    I pinned – Repurposed timeworn gems and classic heirlooms by Kris Auderer as seen in the pages of Jewelry Affaire. I just love the look of these jewelry pieces, what they represent from the past and how they influence us again today. They make my heart warm and my face smile!

  2. Krystal Wolf says:

    I repinned Art Journal Tutorial. I love the vibrancy of the project and the steps make it doable for anyone!

  3. Sue says:

    I actually shared the DIY Tire Planter last week with my husband…we hung several painted tires earlier in the summer and I wanted to see how they had used theirs.

  4. Linda says:

    I pinned Making Marks with Dina Wakley Repinned ProjectMaking Marks with Dina Wakley Project by Christen Olivarez. I just love Dina Wakley’s style.

  5. Angela Bailey says:

    I pinned the studio space of the Dolly Mamas creator as seen in the pages of Where Women Create… because… well, a girl can DREAM, can’t she?! (:) That’s what Stampington & Company is all about for me… everything you do is totally DREAMY and makes for the gossamer threads from which I weave my “other world.” To have a studio space like THAT would bring a bit of my dream world to reality so that I could bring even more dreams you’ve given me to life.

  6. Kristina M. Anderson says:

    I pinned Repurposed timeworn gems and classic heirlooms by Kris Auderer as seen in the pages of Jewelry Affaire. Just beautiful! I love this piece and would love to wear it. I love old-fashioned looking jewelry. The paper is so lovely inside and beautiful beads along with the chain. Gorgeous!

  7. Charlyn Trussell says:

    I pinned both the Making Marks with Dina Wakley Project and the Art Journal Tutorial by Guest Artist Mary Wangerin. I am interested in the use of various products in art journals and each of these provided great visuals plus some guidance for beginning such a project.

  8. Barbara Patrick says:

    I pinned the upcycled cardboard journal. I just love the look and you have cardboard everywhere, so no having to buy.

  9. michele s says:

    hello friends i pinned Making Marks with Dina Wakley Project by Christen Olivarez because i saw paint and butterflies and tape which are 3 things i love to work with! thanks for the giveaway. xo

  10. Iris Shubert says:

    I pinned Making Marks with Dina Wakley and wax dipped leaves a kraft paper experiment. I love Dina’s style. I love using inks & stamps to create my own designs. I just bought some wax and have been wanting to use it on some old book pages. Using it on kraft paper caught my eye. Everything you guys publish is wonderful. I wish I could afford a subscription to every publication :) Iris,SavedbyGrace

  11. Kathy Bumb says:

    I love the upcycled cardboard journal and pinned it. I love making mini albums of all sorts and varieties and this looks easy and unusual. Thank you for this great giveaway opportunity.

  12. Jan says:

    I pinned the delicately stitched envelope tutorial because I love so many things about it. The beautiful colors of the stitching, the inclusion of the vintage fabrics and old letters/envelopes. Thank you for sharing this article with us again.

  13. Sandra H. says:

    I pinned the stitched envelopes since they were so cute and I love the idea of sending a friend the envelope all hand stitched! Don’t wait for a special occasion either….just send it!

  14. Yvonne Zeminski says:

    You had me at stitched! I pinned the Delicately Stitched Envelopes. I can incorporate this idea not only to envelopes but to my cards. Love vintage!

  15. Barbara Cobb says:

    I just pinned the beautiful bezel. I bought one last week and some tiny charms to go in it, it is a new interest of mine…hope to learn a lot more about jewelry.

  16. Dixie Lee says:

    I pinned both of the journal tutorials, but I will find the “Art Journal Tutorial” most useful since I am myself teaching a class on Art Journaling next month! It makes me very happy to know that 1. I’m doing it right and 2. it is as simple as it looks!

  17. Laura Strack says:

    I repinned the Repurposed timeworn gems and classic heirlooms – the article that is in Jewelry Affaire. It caught me eye. Love the shabby vintage look and I would love to see how it is pieced together. I’m trying learn more about jewelry making, how to assemble and wire wrapping, too. Looks Fabulous! Thanks for a chance to win!

  18. I’ve pinned the Upcycled Cardboard Journal! It looks so unusual and instantly captured my attention. I like how Michelle deconstructed the surface in a delicate way to reveal the underlying structure. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. First off I pinned the Art Journal Tutorial! I art journal and I loved all that yummy color and her style! Great spread! I then pinned the Book Exchange Invites Project…how crafty is that? I love, love that idea! I love to read as do my sisters and a couple of my gal pals! What great way to start a book club amongst friends! Love it! Then I pinned the Upcycle Cardboard Journal….again, another very crafty idea! I have never tried to do my own journal, but this looks fun and easy! All such great inspiration! Thanks for sharing those ideas and the opportunity to win! :)

  20. Susan says:

    I repined the “book exchange invites” because as soon as I saw it, it brought me back to my grammar school library. With so much hustle & bustle of technology out there, it was nice to see some old school being brought back to remind us of a simpler time. How creative :)

  21. Debra Armstrong says:

    Re:Artisan Avenue- I love watching videos that show a project start to finish. They are a great way to learn about the uses of new products too.

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blog_8-2014



Did your imagination take a small vacation this summer? As autumn approaches, we want to help get you back into tip-top-crafting-shape! To kick-start your creativity, we’ve put together our most popular repinned pictures and trending projects on Pinterest.

 

Pin-It to Win-It Challenge:

From the following images, repin your favorite ones and explain why you chose them in the comments section below.

 

Making Marks with Dina Wakley Repinned ProjectMaking Marks with Dina Wakley Project by Christen Olivarez

 



blog_8-2014_6Repurposed timeworn gems and classic heirlooms by Kris Auderer as seen in the pages of Jewelry Affaire

 

 

 

 

blog_8-2014_8The studio space of Dolly Mamas creator, Joey Heiberg as seen in the pages of Where Women Create

 



Book Exchange Invites Repinned ProjectBook Exchange Invites Project

 

 

 

Free Article Stitched Envelopes RepinnedFree Article Download – Delicately Stitched Envelopes

 



blog_8-2014_4Wax-Dipped Leaves: A Kraft Paper Experiment by Abby Bastedo as seen in the pages of Somerset Life

 

 

 

Repinned project by Guest Artist Mary Wangerin Art Journal Tutorial by Guest Artist Mary Wangerin

 



Repinned project by Guest Artist Michelle WardUpcycled Cardboard Journal with Guest Artist Michelle Ward

 

 

 

blog_8-2014_7DIY Tire Flower Planters by Roeshel Summerville as seen in the pages of Somerset Life

 



 

 

 

Prize:

[This giveaway has ended.]

What better way to start your creative projects than with a set of darling light blue mini clothespins? Use them as accents for handmade cards, apply them to mixed-media projects for an added touch of interest, or add a magnet to them and use them to pin up teeny-tiny pictures on the fridge. Just remember to comment below and include which projects you pinned and why you chose them.

5CC-CLS2156-Canvas-Corp-Clothespins-Mini-Light-Blue-600x600

 

Have You Seen Our New Pinterest Board?

We’ve assembled a collection of charming handcrafted projects and beautiful images in our newest Pinterest Board, Handmade Weddings. Learn how to craft a memorable wedding day or event with these DIY ideas for tabletop decorations, invitations, gift packaging, and so much more.

 

 

 

Bella Grace Blog Hop

Don’t miss the She is Three blog post about holding things that bring us comfort, or Cassandra Key’s beautifully penned story about believing in magic. Also, our latest co-host, Kelly Letky has written a wonderful piece that offers insights into being an ordinary artist. Don’t miss our on all the wonderful inspiration and these three chances to win Bella Grace.

 

Click here to follow the Bella Grace Blog Hop

 

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