Pinned and Produced

Pinning is all well and good, but actually making what you pin is where the magic happens:

A fabulous felt floral brooch. 

Simply, the best buttermilk biscuits that I have
ever had, hands down.

Fun and functional bowl covers. perfect for picnic season.

An adaptation to a button headband pin. 
I loved choosing my favorite buttons from my stash.

Fun paint chip dry erase board. I added it as a fun accent
in my red kitchen. I think it stands out well. And yes, that is a 
framed photo of David Tennant. It was a gift. And I love it.
Tinted jars have been pinned a billion times.
 I made this set for my bathroom and since it is allbarn board, I was able to attach them directly to the wall.

The original pin was a large rectangular canvas, but I chose smaller
round canvases to go with the circle motif in  my bathroom.
I feel like an idiot for not thinking of doing this without being
reminded by the pin! I added some ribbon, rick rack, lace,
and foamies for some additional interest.

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