Purfylle: Pinbellish 41

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Friday, 10 June 2016

Pinbellish 41


Welcome to Pinbellish!

A Pinning Celebration

I hope all you northerners are enjoying a beautiful warm summer. Here in Western Australia we are having record breaking cold winter days and I just want to hibernate.

Some of you may have noticed my new series called #FinishItFriday, and it's really been motivating me to make progress on some of my UFO's. My sewing room is the coldest room in the house which is wonderful during in summer but I really don't make it in there during winter, and although I have a zillion unfinished sewing projects until the weather warms up again I will be working on projects that let me huddle up in the warm.Winter is the perfect time for crocheting in front of the heater.

Are you a winter or a summer person? I wish it were summer all year round!

Happy Pinning!


Painted Rolling Pin

A rolling pin is a simple tool used to flatten dough.

Over the centuries, rolling pins have been made of many different materials, including long cylinders of baked clay, smooth branches with the bark removed, and glass bottles. As the development of breads and pastries spread from Southern to Western and Northern Europe, wood from local forests was cut and finished for use as rolling pins. The French perfected the solid hardwood pin with tapered ends to roll pastry that is thick in the middle; its weight makes rolling easier. The French also use marble rolling pins for buttery dough worked on a marble slab.


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Link-up rules & Guidelines

  1. Link to your pinterest pin (not your blog - only links to pins get featured)
    Your links should look like this: https://au.pinterest.com/pin/365565694733863368/
  2. Add up to 7 pins old or new (one for each day of the week!)
  3. Repin 2 pins for every link you add
  4. Follow your hosts on your favourite social media platform
At Pinbellish Pin Party please repin pins in Pinterest to promote Pinterest prioritising your pins to purfylle your Pinterest pinning pleasure. 

Meet & Follow Your Hosts


Stella : Purfylle | Google+  |  Twitter  |  Pinterest  |  Instagram  |  Facebook  
Sarah : Sarah Celebrates | Google+  |  Twitter  |  Pinterest  |  Instagram  |  Facebook  

Gina : Gina's Craft Corner | Google+  |  Twitter  |  Pinterest  |  Facebook




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Grab the Pinbellish party button for your blog’s party page, linked posts or sidebar.





Features

Mobile phone case with a hole for the charger  stencil a cushion using a paper doily luau theme party Patriotic Rag Wreath How to upcycle a bin with wallpaper craft for a cause feature - crochet/knit twiddlemuffs make your own custom t-shirts Image Map

Start following the Pinbellish FEATURES board now! The easy way to discover if you've been featured. 

Follow Purfylle's board Pinbellish Features on Pinterest.

Remember, if you ever miss a party you can check the Features Board to see if you've been featured in the past.


 Featured? Display your talent!





Remember to link your Pin URL not your blog post for your chance to be featured. Every pin automatically goes in the running for the PIN AWARDS.






Disclosures: By submitting a link to the Pinbellish Link Up you are giving the party hosts permission to feature your image on our blogs, across social media and future round up posts.  Pinbellish hosts respect you and your work; everything will be properly linked back to you and credit given where credit is due.  


Did you know there's always a party going on when you visit Purfylle? 

Weekdays #2usesTuesday

Weekends #Pinbellish

If you visit at the start or end of each party you can catch both parties live at the same time! Link your post at #2usesTuesday and link your Pinterest Pin at #Pinbellish. 



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6 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring my Swim Team DIY Shirts. Much appreciated!!

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  2. I am a summer person like you, so you have my sympathies, Stella! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, and stay warm!

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    1. I wonder if we would be winter people if we had been born in colder climates?

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  3. What a surprise to be featured, thank you very much!

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