Project Pinterest

What did we do to waste time and find useful recipes and DIY tips before Pinterest? I can't quite remember. It's my latest obsession, and realizing I had about a billion pins did not curb my zest. It did, however, make me decide I should spend a little less time pinning and a little more time doing. Plus, it's just a great source of recipes. With that in mind, Project Pinterest was born, my vow to make at least one thing from my Pinterest boards every week. I also try to blog about them to review my pins. Here is a list of my Project Pinterest blogs.

Project Pinterest #1: Disaster Chef: Great Northern Bean Soup
PP #2: Manicure Monday: Fourth of July Nails
PP #3: Disaster Chef: Pesto Potatoes
PP #4: Map Picture Frame
PP #5: Disaster Chef: Parmesan Tomatoes
PP #6: Disaster Chef: Crunchy Black Bean Tacos
PP #7: 30 Day Photo Challenge, Week 1, Weeks 2-4
PP #8: Disaster Chef: Cookie Cake
PP#9:  Fourth of July mini-album
PP #10: Scrapbooking Sketch
PP #11: Disaster Chef: Snickerdoodles
PP #12: Disaster Chef: Zucchini Bites
PP #13: Disaster Chef: Baked Potato Soup
PP #14: Disaster Chef: Snickerdoodle Pancakes
PP #15: Honeymoon page layout
PP 16#: Advent Calendar
pp#17: Crock-pot lima beans
PP #18: Disaster Chef Pumpkin Pancakes 
PP #19: Disaster Chef: Baked French Toast 
PP #20 Disaster Chef: Cream of Mushroom Soup
PP #21 Disaster Chef: Beef Stroganoff with Wine Sauce
PP #22: Disaster Chef: Traditional Beef Stroganoff
PP #23: Father's Day Card
PP #24: Disaster Chef: Barbecue Ribs
PP #25: Disaster Chef: Peanut Butter Baked Oatmeal
PP #26: Disaster Chef: Pear Pecan Steel Cut Oats
PP #27: Sweet Potato Casserole
PP #28: Crockpot Molten Lava Chocolate Cake
PP #29: Taco Casserole
PP #30: Disaster Chef: Buckwheat Noodles with Honey Lime dressing 

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