31 days of Pinterest: Pinned to Done

It's time to stop pinning and start doing

31 days in October.  Perfect for writing a 31 days series.  And tomorrow that is just what will happen. 31 Pinterest projects in 31 days during the month of October.  I am joining Nester once again to link up for her 31 days series that she does every year.

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As challenging as it will be to complete 31 projects and BLOG about them for 31 days, can I just tell you how much I am looking forward to having the list of projects/pins I pinned on Pinterest DONE by the end of this month?!  Woot!

If you are new here this is actually my second 31 day series.  Last year, during the month of October, I wrote 31 days to decorate your home on a budget.

31 days to decorate your home on a budget

You can read all the posts in that series here.

Here is the tentative plan for this new series.  I am planning on posting projects and crafts throughout the week and probably some recipes and maybe some of those smart cleaning tips that you have seen floating around Pinterest on the weekends.  And I might try to replicate a pin and it not work – we shall see!

Each day I will update this post with the link to each new post so that at any point in this series you can visit this post and catch up on everything I have posted so far.

Christina

Comments

  1. This is a great 31 days…idea! I so addicted to pinterest and I too should really try to make some of my pins 🙂 I can’t wait to see what you all do!

  2. Hi Christina,

    I have to admit that this was one of my ideas to blog about for the 31 Day Challenge. I knew that it would be really pushing it to try this task . But I am so glad that you decided to do it. Be sure that I will be following along with you on your journey.

    I am excited to see how you do. Remember to have fun!
    Kylara recently posted..31 days of Homemade Solutions – Day 1My Profile

  3. My daughter and I love your 31 days theme – and we wish you all the best as you’ve certainly taken on a challenge. We have a ‘done’ board on Pinterest to motivate ourselves to do instead of just pin. Looking forward to seeing what you do.
    Belinda Letchford recently posted..Divide my Days (1/31)My Profile

  4. Love your 31 days idea! Can’t wait to see your projects!

  5. Love this 31days idea! Can’t wait to see the all.
    Jessica B recently posted..Photo 1 {31 Days}My Profile

  6. Love it, Christina! Can’t wait to see all that you’ve been able to accomplish and hoping it might inspire me to do the same! =)
    Rachel recently posted..31 Days of Support: This Journey Our Life {An Introduction}My Profile

  7. I love using 31 days to really challenge ourselves (I’m doing 31 Days of Shut Up and Sew where I’m posting a new sewing project every day!). It’s been a crazy undertaking, but I think when I look back on all I’ve done, I’ll be super duper proud of myself, and I think you will be too! Can’t wait to see what you tackle this month!
    Jenna recently posted..31 Days of Shut Up and Sew: Felt Tissue PouchMy Profile

  8. Exciting. Can’t wait to see what you create.
    jae recently posted..Painting Interior DoorsMy Profile

  9. Love your site! I just discovered it when my friend posted a link to your Pinterest challenge – which I am doing & blogging about. pinnerista.wordpress.com Be blessed!

  10. what a fun topic- can’t wait to what you come up with!
    katy recently posted..31 days to simplicityMy Profile

  11. love love love!!! can’t wait!! 😀
    Christa @ BrownSugarToast recently posted..Mercy CallsMy Profile

  12. Fun idea!!!
    Odile recently posted..28. Weekly Photo Challenge: MineMy Profile

  13. What a great idea for 31 days! I’m terrible (HORRIBLE) at pinning things and then letting them languish there on my ‘Cute Projects’ board. Hope your adventure goes well and that we’ll have many things to see! Good Luck!

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