It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for another week of The Pinspiration Project.
Please keep in mind that the whole point of The Pinspiration Project is to try something you found from Pinterest. This is not the place to link up an original craft that you made up and would like to see go viral on Pinterest. Sorry. There are plenty of linky parties like those though that you can find on other sites, like I Heart Naptime’s weekly project linky. We’ve been getting a lot of link ups that have absolutely nothing to do with Pinterest and we end up deleting them. Please make sure that your post you’re linking up is a project from Pinterest, otherwise, this linky party isn’t for you.Now, back to business!
The rules for The Pinspiration Project are simple: link up your Pinterest inspired creations below. Make sure to grab a button and follow Amber and Sarah’s blogs too.
Here’s my “pin”–spiration:
This recipe is for “No Peek” Beef Tips. I remember eating this stuff at a friend’s house when I was younger and I thought her mom must have been the best cook ever. Now I realize she probably used a recipe very similar to this.
And here’s my version:
These are SO good. I remembered my friend‘s mom would serve hers over rice, so I cooked up some jasmine rice in my rice cooker (if you’ve never tried jasmine rice, you must! It’s my favorite). I ate this until my stomach was hurting and I couldn’t eat any more. My kids and husband loved it too! I have made this once a week for the last month since originally trying out this recipe. It’s one of our new favorites! I love mine with a little dollop of sour cream on top. Yum! And insanely easy. Just mix together, cover, and bake.
Now it’s your turn.
Link up your crafty creation below, whether it be a DIY project, a recipe, a beauty trick, a decorating idea, or even just a list of projects you hope to finish someday soon (don’t we all). Grab a button, be social, and check out the other link ups! It’s a lot of fun and you can meet some really awesome people, follow some new blogs, and find some great projects all at the same time.Make sure to follow us on Twitter and use the hashtag #ThePinspirationProject to spread the Pinterest love.