Our first Pin the Halls Pinterest Contest left us with some great holiday gift and party ideas, but when it wrapped up, we still had garland to hang, eggnog to spike, and our own wrapping to do, so we decided to host another contest! And the winner is...
The contest so nice we had to do it twice!
We've been singing carols and craving Christmas cookies since our Pin the Halls Pinterest Contest launched last month. We received just around 100 entries, so picking the winner wasn't easy. Along the way, we discovered some great recipes, DIY ideas, and tips for planning the perfect holiday party. We couldn't stand the thought of all this knowledge going the way of the fruitcake (i.e. not getting eaten up), so before we get to the grand prize winner, we're happy to share these holiday honorable mentions.
She knows her way around the craft store and will try any slow cooker recipe at least once. She's quick to reuse scraps of fabric, empty mason jars, and even old cardboard boxes. Thanks to Pinterest, all her DIY dreams are just a click away. But, even the most persistent pinner needs a break during the holiday season. Help her take a load off by presenting her with one of these pinworthy products perfect for the Pinterest Addict.
Do you decorate your home to perfection each holiday season? Are invites to your holiday party as anticipated as the first winter snowfall? Have you been scouring Pinterest for some winter inspiration (winspiration? no, that was horrible) to out shine last year's holiday performance?
Positivity is contagious. Sharing a kind word, a thank you note, or even a smile can start a chain reaction. With this in mind, Amy Humes created her Positive Message Graphics, reusable stickers that lead you spread happiness, inspiration, peace, and the power within. We love Amy's idea so much, we decided to take her message to the web. Feel free to pin, tweet, like, and share these encouraging buttons as reminders that optimism really is viral.