Wellllll….this post is about 6 months overdue. BUT, I’ve been thinking about doing another Pinterest Party for a while, so it seemed fitting to get this post up first. Better late than never, right?
In November I had a Pinterest Party. I think I probably came up with the idea on Pinterest. Wish I could say it was all me, but I don’t think it was. Rules were simple: bring a craft, and bring a dish. Both had to be Pinterest-inspired.
It was so much fun!
Jimmie was out of town, so it was a girls night. Everyone brought their stuff over, and we DIYed to our little hearts’ contents. There’s not a whole lot to say, really.
I’d read where people did Pinterest parties and had everyone make the same craft…I threw that out as a suggestion, and most everyone wanted to make their own. I think that was a much nicer option, because it ended up giving us all inspiration for future projects.
In terms of food, we had chocolate chip chili, grain-free chocolate chip energy balls, zucchini pizzas, spinach-artichoke dip, honeycrisp Moscato, and strawberries and fruit dip. It was delicious, and I’m sorry I don’t have recipes for most of them. I’ll get those next time!
As for the DIYs, pictures are better….
Yes, Mandy’s tutu (for her daughter) was the inspiration for my Tacky Sweater party tutu.
Annette getting a jump on her Spring wreath
I missed getting a picture of Lindsay’s wreath, but it was burlap and pretty. I also managed to hold on to one of her wreath forms for a good 3 months, until she and I had another mini Pinterest party. It ended up just being the two of us, but we had a great time. She made a door hanger initial, and I tried to wrap my iPhone cord. Neither of us finished that night, but that was ok. She made a yummy navy bean soup, and I tried the s’mores crescent rolls.
Pinterest parties are easy, fun, and a great way to get some quality girl time while crossing a project off your list! I highly recommend them….even if you end up being 6 months late in posting about it.