‘Bobbing pins became popular in the 1920s to hold the new bobbed hairstyles popular for women working in the war effort. There is some controversy as to who actually invented the bobby pin with Robert (Bobby) Pinot being cited by wikipedia; patent US 1233195 by Samuel Creech and Perry Bland of Sullivan, IL, in 1917 are also a contender; with Luis Marcus also being cited as the inventor by yet another website.
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Pinbellish Pin Party Features!
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LINK UP RULES & GUIDELINES
Start: Friday 7am EST | Friday 11am UTC | Friday 7pm +8UTC
End: Tuesday 7am EST | Tuesday 11am UTC | Tuesday 7pm +8UTC
- Link to your Pinterest PIN (not your blog post or home page).
- Add up to 7 pins old or new.
- Re-pin 2 pins for every link you add.
- Follow your hosts on your favorite social media platform!
Link Up and Let’s Get Pinning!
Don’t forget to stop by Two Uses Tuesday to link up the blog post that goes with your craft, DIY, recipe and upcycle pins! Party runs until 11pm EST and last to link gets a feature just like the Pinbellish Pin Party =)
Disclosures: By submitting a link to the Pinbellish Link Up you are giving the party hosts permission to feature your link/post on our blogs, across social media and future round up posts. This includes images from the linked post as well as linking to your social media accounts. Sarah Celebrates and all Pinbellish co-hosts respect you and your work; everything will be properly linked back to you and credit given where credit is due. You earned it!