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Not So Usual: Pinterest Question of the Day: How do I move a pin from one board to another?

  • Maria Passarello

    Katarina go to the link and you'll have the explanation.

  • Dorothy Doyle

    wonderful thank you

  • Elisabeth Czaja

    Thank you God! Saved my sanity! When I started pinning, I wasn't going to get INTO it, ....just a little peek. So I put them all into one basket. Then I couldn't believe my EYES - there were so many amazing things I never knew I needed to know! Now I want to sort stuff out. thanks to you, I finally can!

  • Maria Passarello

    Elisabeth we all started like this...:D :D :D

  • Sheron Cohen

    What link?

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How to Organize your Pinterest Boards - I so need to do this. :)

  • Jalaire Brinegar

    Faye, I didn't know the answer to your question but I did some looking. I tried to add a new board just to see what setting options there are. You can make it secret -- available ONLY to those you invite -- or you can make it public. I didn't see any other options for limiting who sees a specific board.

  • Jalaire Brinegar

    However, I did find that you can block specific followers you don't want. That would allow you to remove people you don't know or people you don't want to follow you. I hope this helps you.

  • Faye

    Thank you both, your answers are much appreciated. I will try using the links mentioned.

  • Magdalena

    Hello my lovelies! I encourage you guys to please check out my account. I just really need some feedback on my boards and would LOVE to hear from you guys. Thank you!

  • Judy Cockrell

    how do i delete maps from my boards?

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Pinterest Board Editing: 3 videos with tips, including how to move pins from one board to another quickly! @ Crafting Crazy

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40 Secret iPhone Features and Shortcuts - Oh my gosh! So many things I didn't realize I could do - and I've adjusted accordingly! Keeping this here for future reference!!

I absolutely love this as a young, working woman! Anyone could use it, but it's certainly helpful to me now.

  • Julieta Reyes Flores

    Pretty sure they don't have this example for men, just a sign to state the obvious "men at work". LoL

Watch this tutorial on how to print on post-it notes to use for labeling. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

Cover sheet metal with fabric, frame it and you have a custom magnetic board! This could be cute for my kitchen

HOW TO cut continuous t-shirt yarn - T-shirt yarn (tarn) is quick and easy to make. It can be used in an endless array of projects. Try to using it in crochet, weaving a bath matt, or making a trendy scarf. I’ve used it to create a macrame throw. See

  • Janie

    This is the perfect tutorial

  • val man

    My grandma said the same thing, it would make a great bathroom matt so the floor won't be cold and too wet when stepping out of the showed. :)

Door knob bag. Must figure out how to make one of these to keep hubby's stuff off the counter!

  • Pat Murphy

    Looks clever, but I can just hear it banging on the door every time you open and close it!

  • Daphine Schmidt

    My husband NEEDS one of these desperately!! Would you make me one too?? I'll pay you for it :)


How to cover a duvet the EASY way in UNDER two minutes! Who knew it could be this simple?! #cleaning #lifehacks makinglemonadeblo...

  • Sharon La Tour

    OH Thank you Carrie! I have some comforters that I am going to use as duvet covers. I took the stuffing out of them!

  • Carrie MakingLemonade

    I'm so glad it's helpful Sharon! And you are BRILLIANT, by the way. Never thought to do that with comforters-- absolutely brilliant!

  • Sharon La Tour

    Thank you Carrie. You sure came up with a Brilliant idea yourself about putting on the covers! I get so frustrated trying to put them on. You know how after a while the comforter filling shifts and bunches up and you can never get them right in place again? I'm going to use mine over quilts or a blanket. :)

  • Jason Roberts

    I love your image!