Thanks for the Recharge Pinterest

I know most of you will share my love of Pinterest, it’s a fab site for showing you new recipes, fashion tips and what hair design to choose next.

For someone like me it also plays very well to my creative side, I love design of every kind, interior, fashion, jewellery and all types of crafting, I can often be found spending an hour or 2 looking at jewellery designs and sketching ideas and spin offs from them, it’s my giant online scrapbook.

So I made a vow to myself to stop spending hours a week on Pinterest and not achieve anything from it, so this week I set about my 1st creating a Pinterest Pin.

The first Pin I picked was this one.

Basic concept to make a scarf out of an old tee, all you would need are scissors and a tee, simple.

The original post can be found here at Lakeland Local, it has nice simple clear instructions with pictures, I followed them to the Tee (he he ) only adding my little twist by tying knots in every other dangle on the fringe. The whole process took me a maximum of 15 minutes, I must admit it’s not the tidiest job, my sewing scissors are blunt and next time I would cut the fringe narrower.

I personally think the scarf would look better in a printed Tee, so I shall be heading out to the charity shops to see if I can find a nice print that catches my eye, but even with this £3 old River Island T-Shirt I think it is cute and I have jazzed it up too with several of my brooches and flowers to give it another look.

What do you think ?

Do let me know if Pinterest has inspired you to do anything crafty, I would love to see how others got on.

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.