Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Pinteresting Projects...

O, how I love Pinterest. 
It keeps me inspired & motivated.
Have you joined the Pinterest world yet?
If you haven't, you need to.
It's a website to keep all of your great internet finds 
organized onto boards {Home Decor, Crafts, Food, exd..}
 & where you can see other people's great finds that they 
have pinned from the world wide web as well...
Want to see what I have been pinning lately?
Follow my boards here.
I wanted to show you one of my first project that I did a while 
back that was inspired by something I found on pinterest...

I hated our towel "ring" that existed in this space in our master bathroom
before. So I removed it & made my own towel hook/ toothbrush holder
that wouldn't be complete with out a bird hook & mason jar...

Things I used:
{I already had all of these items on hand}
piece of molding- painted the same color as the the stencil patter on the wall
Bird Hook: Wold Market {$9.99} 
Paint: I used the color left over from stenciling
Pipe clamp: You can find them at Lowes in the plumbing section
Mason Jar: I always have extras for projects like these...

Remember this mason jar bathroom organizer that I made?
You can see the full post on it here.
This organizer is in the same bathroom as my new project
I feel like the mason jars are a simple & decorative 
way to organize your everyday items..
& don't forget cheap!

O, did you notice I need to finish my stenciled wall?
yah... I'll get there. My master bedroom & bathroom are
slowly getting finished... Can't wait to show you!

Very Pinteresting eh?!? I can't wait to try more crafts 
that I have pinned.

I love my bird hook, you can still get this hook
from World Market, or you can try 
different hooks to match your bathroom decor.

Have you tried any crafts or DIY projects
that you found on Pinterest?
I would love to see them, go link them up on
Hope you all are having a great week,
I'm getting ready for a baby shower that I'm throwing
on Saturday & enjoying all the Detroit Tigers
games this week... Go Tigers!!
Thanks for stopping by,
xx Liz Marie


  1. That's such a good idea!!

  2. Great idea, I love it!


  3. my fav store bought dressing comes in a mason jar so I always have oodles of them lying around. though i normally cram food in them =) a craft project would be fantabulous! love it girly!

  4. I did a post today on different ideas for jewelry organizers that I've seen on pinterest. I love it! Pinterest makes finding creative DIY projects so easy. The best of the blogs is what it should be called!! Here's the post:
    Love the mason jar organizer!!

  5. I have four daughters and could definitely use this for organizing!

  6. Very cute! I recently started a Pinterest account and am literally obsessed, I have more projects I want to tackle than I have time. :/ lol.

    PS. I'm your new follower on Pinterest!! :)

  7. again another great idea. thanks for sharing.. dont forget to link it up!

  8. Great post! I really like your blog.^^

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  9. I love it! Your creations, the mason jars and pinterest! Thanks for sharing. I have a Christmas project waiting for me to make, one inspired by Pinterest!

  10. Great idea, love the use of plumbing wire. Funny I know the hardware store guys better than the craft store biddies.

  11. I would love it if you would link this to my link party. It just started :)

  12. Liz, Thank you sharing this adorable project at the Open House Party. Love it!

  13. This is awesome! I am going to have to remember this for later.

  14. That's such a great idea! It looks fab!

  15. What great idea's. To me nothing is uglier than bathroom towel rings etc. You brought a whole new level to bathroom decor. I would love it if you shared this at my 1st Sunday's Best Link Party.

  16. I can't stop looking at the wall--so pretty! Where did you find the stencil?

  17. my oh my i do love all things with jars... your newest follower via boerman ramblings from The Studious Stitch

  18. Very, very cute! I have a ton of baby food jars I'm trying to figure out what to do with. Thanks for sharing.
    -amber @

  19. Found you via the VWB link up :) Very cute and innovative!!!

  20. hello, just wondering how you attached your pipe clamp to the board / wood? I'm preparing to do a similar project (thanks to your inspiration) but am stuck on this step.