Monday, February 11, 2013

The Pinspiration Project #23

It's Tuesday, which means it's time for another week of The Pinspiration Project.


Please keep in mind that the whole point of The Pinspiration Project is to try something you found from Pinterest. This is not the place to link up an original craft that you made up and would like to see go viral on Pinterest. Sorry. There are plenty of linky parties like those though that you can find on other sites, like I Heart Naptime's weekly project linky. We've been getting a lot of link ups that have absolutely nothing to do with Pinterest and we end up deleting them. Please make sure that your post you're linking up is a project from Pinterest, otherwise, this linky party isn't for you.

Now, back to business!
The rules for The Pinspiration Project are simple: link up your Pinterest inspired creations below. Make sure to grab a button and follow Amber and Sarah's blogs too.
 
Here's my "pin"-spiration:

This mixture of Dawn dish soap & white vinegar is supposed to make "Tub & Shower Magic"


And here's my version:
 This is my new favorite tub cleaner! I sprayed the entire thing and let it sit for about a hour. Gave it a quick scrub & a very hot rinse and my entire tub and shower was sparkling!


Now it's your turn.
Link up your crafty creation below, whether it be a DIY project, a recipe, a beauty trick, a decorating idea, or even just a list of projects you hope to finish someday soon (don't we all). Grab a button, be social, and check out the other link ups! It's a lot of fun and you can meet some really awesome people, follow some new blogs, and find some great projects all at the same time.Make sure to follow us on Twitter and use the hashtag #ThePinspirationProject to spread the Pinterest love.






4 comments:

  1. That's such a simple tub cleaner! I tried one over the weekend using white vinegar, baking soda and lemon. It worked pretty well and I liked that it was a natural cleaner. :)

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  2. That's what I use to clean my shower, thanks to pinterest! I keep it in one of those dish scrubby things.

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  3. I did this a couple months ago, too. It is good stuff!

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  4. Thanks to Pinterest I use white vinegar for almost everything. It works great with mix of hydrogen peroxide.

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