Pinterest success!

I need to go on a Pinterest diet. I need to de clutter my pins and organize my boards. I need to NOT pin anything new until I’ve actually tried something else that I’ve pinned. It sounds good anyway.

In the mean time I will occasionally blog about my Pinterest successes and failures.

A couple of years ago I stumbled across this idea for a wine label collage. My husband and I drink a lot of wine and we enjoy the discovery of local, unique wineries and wines. Many of our favorite wines are from Minnesota and Texas. So, I started collecting labels off of our wine bottles.

This is the pin:

wine label collage from pinterest

My wine label collage:
I have a better picture of it somewhere but I can’t find it. I had a blast putting it together. I used my electric tea kettle to boil water and poured the water directly into the empty wine bottle. Then I peeled the label off and stuck it to plain white paper and stored them in a folder until I had enough. Occasionally there were labels that just did not come off, but most of them did. Then I arranged them on my canvas and mod podged them in place. I’m about ready to make my second collage!


Published by: lyrehs49

am in my early 50's and enjoy writing about all of the stuff that comes up when you are in your early 50's. I am somewhat disorganized with blogging, thus I have several blogs started, then forgotten about once those "thoughts" give away to other "thoughts." This musing of a blog seems to be the one I come back to the most, so here is where you will find me.

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