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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Popular Pins


Happy Friday! If you're looking for some weekend reading, you can check out these super popular pins I've pinned on my Pinterest boards lately.  And for you bloggers, I also wrote a post about growing your blog with Pinterest that you can read HERE.  


Mini Tortilla Crust Pizzas via Fabulous Food Blog- 115 repins
How good and easy do these look!  I think this is something even my picky 3-year old would like.  

Tex Mex to Go via Honey We're Healthy- 493 repins
This is one thing I make all the time and don't really get tired of.  Portion out your servings for a quick, healthy meal to eat at home or take to work. 


Healthy Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies via The Skinny Fork - 177 repins
I'm anxious to try these because they look delicious and have no oil, flour, eggs or added sugar. 

Calming Entryway via Amanda Carol Interiors - 139 repins
I'm fortunate to call Amanda a personal friend and I'm so excited to see her interior design business taking off.  Isn't this entryway pretty?  Sometimes it's just a few simple things pulled together that makes a dramatic impact. 


Organized Recipes via Simply Organized as featured on It's Overflowing - 111 repins 
This looks like a perfect (pretty!) solution for how to organize all those recipes I've pulled from magazine pages or printed from the Internet. 


Long, Layered Haircut via Hairstyles & Beauty- 96 repins
Such a classic, sexy cut.  The long layers provide a lot of volume and fullness.


Vintage Fall Dining Room via Liz Marie Blog- 71 repins
Isn't this gorgeous?! The throw blanket sure cozies things up and I'm a huge fan of typography art. I also like how she mixed in the metal chairs to keep it interesting. 


How to Arrange Bed Pillows via Roost- 99 repins
Ah, Marissa- love this graphic you created, such a good visual!


Top 10 Neutral Rugs that Aren't Sisal or Jute via Kelly Market- 122 repins
I love that Kelly listed all the sites for these gorgeous rugs. 



I saved the most pinned item for last- these cute tulle/ribbon wrapped pumpkins.  5,854 repins! 


Unfortunately, when I click on the pinned picture it doesn't go anywhere!  Does anyone know the original source? *Update: I hear they are from Grandin Road (part of a kit), but I couldn't find the direct link.


Have a great weekend!  We'll be attending our son's first soccer game on Saturday- or as I've now heard it referred to: magnet ball! Should be pretty cute watching a bunch of 3-year olds huddle around that ball. :)  

See more Popular Pin Editions here & the Easter EditionValentine's EditionWinter Edition, and  Financial Edition
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8 comments:

  1. Great inspiration! I had already shared your tex mex idea with Katie, but will have to share the easy tortilla pizza one too as she can make it with the GF tortillas she buys. Always looking for simple lunch ideas. Amanda's entryway is gorgeous.
    Have fun at James' game. It is always fun watching the little ones play.

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  2. ohmygosh, those recipes have me drooling over here!! repinning! (and I should not be looking at things like this when I'm hungry ;)

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  3. I love these popular pins posts that you have started doing!! Please, keep them coming!

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  4. Thanks for letting me know Terri! I like putting them together- it pairs two of my favorite things- blogging and Pinterest. :)

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  5. Hi Megan, just thought you'd want to know that the organized recipes was a guest post on It's Overflowing by Samantha at Simply Organized. Thought for sure you'd want to give Samantha credit for her awesomeness. Thanks to both of you for your great blogs

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    1. Thanks so much Carol for letting me know, I will edit the post to reflect that. As a blogger especially, I always want to give credit where it'd due! Have a great weekend!

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  6. Hi Megan, wanted to let you know the pumpkins are from Grandin Road. They are selling the kit. I had ripped that page out of their catalog because I thought it would be so easy and a cute way to dress up pumpkins. Love your blog!

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  7. Oh those peanut butter oatmeal cookies look so so tasty! Hope you've had a wonderful weekend.

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