How ‘Pinteresting’: Beaded Glory

One ‘pin’ a week; that is the goal. Nothing too fancy, nothing too far-fetched; just a good opportunity to finally test out a few of those Pinterest ideas and see which ones really work! Join along and chime in; let us know which projects you’ve been working on and how they’ve turned out!


Summer_PinterestWe have tons of beads in our house. Some the girls use for the jewelry making. Others, we use simply for crafting. This week, we thought we’d put a few of our beading ‘pins’ to the test.

First off, I should state that I once again did not read the instructions properly. (laughing) Had I read more carefully, I would have noticed that we would be needing to work outside. Alas, I didn’t; which meant that we had to make a last-minute change of plans. No matter; everything worked out properly.

There were three ‘pins’ that we had planned to work on, but I think I was a little too ambitious. So… we focused on just one: making ‘dots’!

Melted 'Dots'

Click the image above to access the original ‘pin’.

Let us know if you join in with completing the ‘pin’ of the week. Let us know what you made and share your ideas for how this project.

Time to Chime In: Do you craft? My sister-in-law pointed out that one could use these melted ‘dots’ for card making; how clever! What would you do with these beads?

Care to participate in next week’s Pinteresting project? Take a look at THIS link to get a head start on next week’s ‘pin’!


6 thoughts on “How ‘Pinteresting’: Beaded Glory

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog! This looks like a fun way to share pins. Is the pin in the link the one we are supposed to do for next week or do we pick one of our own? In this case it doesn’t matter because I have those little bookmarks pinned also. 🙂


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