Remember? You pin your pictures to the Pinterest Group Board, get views from hundreds of followers and maybe even get to be featured here next week.
How to pin your photos to the group board?
2. Leave a comment, here or on any of my Pinterest pins, with your Pinterest user name.
3. I'll follow you back
4. I'll send you an invite
5. Accept the invite
6. Start pinning!
Begginers, here's a detailed explanation:
- You have to follow me on Pinterest (and I have to follow you), because these are Pinterest's rules for group boards. If the board admin wants to invite people to the pin to the board, they have to follow each other. You can only follow one of my boards, btw.
- You don't have to be bloggers. As long as your pictures are somewhere around the WWW, you're good. Flickr, Picasaweb, Instagram etc. are all fine.
- Your pin doesn't have to be a tutorial. As long as it can be an inspiration to someone, that's fine.
- If you have a non-English blog, that's OK. These days, with Google Translate, we can just translate the page to another language.
All right then, shall we see today's features?
Dandush from the Israeli blog Tamnoonit brings us a great basic pastry recipe. I know it's in Hebrew, but just use Google Translate to translate the page. You won't regret it. I'm already fantasizing about the cinnamon pastry I'm going to make...
|Pastry Recipe from Tamnoonit|
We already visited Craft Cravings in the past and it looks like this won't be the last time either. Look at this cool hat! Right after I'm done with the baking, I'm going to crochet one for The Baby.
|Cookie Monster Hat @ Craft Cravings|
Allie from The Random Crafter with a quick and easy tutorial for a DIY dry erase board. Remember my version?...
|DIY Dry Erase Board Tutorial @ The Random Crafter|
If you were featured, feel free to grab a button!
That's it for today, don't forget to pin your best works into the board!