Friday, January 1, 2016

Pinbellish #18-Start the New Year with Us



Welcome to Pinbellish #18!

I hope you all had fun bringing in the new year lat night!  I can't wait to see all your creativity in the year 2016!



Meet and Follow Your Hosts

Sarah J of Sarah Celebrates


Redo It Yourself Inspirations




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                                                         Allie of Crafty Allie


Stella Lee of Purfylle 


PIN TRIVIA


Nappy Pin or Diaper Pin
In 19thC cloth diapers (nappies in Australia) were pinned with straight pins, then the safety pin emerged on the market and were found to be a safer option. Safety pins would sometimes pop open from the pressure of the fabric and the movements of the child, occasionally resulting in unpleasant injuries. This led to an additional safety mechanism that locked the pin closed. Pins were often bent from the bulk of the fabric causing the sharp pin spike to fall short of the closing mechanism and manufacturers began to make bent nappy pins to overcome this difficulty with the added bonus that the curve made it easier to push the pin back up through the fabric the layers.

FEATURES



If you were featured, grab the Pinbellish feature button to tell all your friends!





Start following the Pinbellish FEATURES board now! The easy way to discover if you've been featured and to find all the features you want to pin!



PARTY GUIDLINES


1. LINK UP YOUR PIN-NOT BLOG URL- OR YOU WON'T BE FEATURED

2. LINK UP TO 7 PINS-NOTHING YOU HAVE LINKED UP AT PINBELLISH BEFORE

3. PIN 2 OTHER PINS FOR EVERY 1 OF YOURS

4. FOLLOW HOSTS ON YOUR 
FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM



LET'S LINK!