Host a Pinterest Party

My friend Teah came up with a wonderful idea about a month ago. She wanted to get a group of girls together for a Pinterest Party.  She commented that she always pins lots of things, but never gets around to actually making any of the things she pins.

She had been wanting to make a wreath for quite some time and had pinned several of them.  She asked me if I would help with the crafting part since she is somewhat of a craft virgin and she would take care of the party part.  It sounded good to me so we set a date and thus had our very first Pinterest party.

To make this party work, Teah made an event on Facebook and then shared the link for the wreath we were going to make and estimated it would cost around $10 total.  Everyone brought a dish and paid her $10 at the party.  I had craft stations set up around the house and had divided the supplies out as much as possible.

At the party, I gave a brief demonstration of the steps and then was available to help the rest of the time.  It was a lot of fun and Teah had invited an eclectic group of friends so we all enjoyed getting to know each other while we created wreaths.  It went so well, we’re trying to decide what we’ll do for our next Pinterest Party…

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My friend Teah who hosted the party working on her wreath

winter wreath pinterest party
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host a pinterest party


winter wreath making pinterest party

host a pinterest party

winter wreath making pinterest party
The whole crew minus myself

Want to make this wreath yourself or at your own pinterest party?  Here’s my instructions for this felt winter wreath.

What craft would you like to make at a Pinterest Party?

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