pinning down indie

Thanks to Pinterest, if a photo exists on the world wide web it can be pinned, making it easier than ever to find amazing handmade works by indie artists.  Here, I share a growing collection of arts, crafts, and tutorials as I follow the pins of DIYers worldwide.

Last time we left off with…

Kayla who pinned Sharky Tea Infuser from a board by…

Zellain Dystopia who pinned Folding Picture Table from a board by…

Leila Porto who pinned Art from a board by…

sfgirlbybay* who pinned Woodgrain Hoop from a board by…

Steph who pinned Wooden Sewing Machine from a board by…

Kendra Kantor who pinned  Posy’s Patchwork Curtains from a board by

…You’ll have to visit again in a few weeks to find out.

In the meantime, go get addicted to Pinterest. And remember: USE THOSE TAGS to mark your indie made pins “indie” and “handmade” so we can spread the joy of pinning down indie.

3 thoughts on “pinning down indie

  1. I discovered Pinterest a couple week ago and I am hook!!!! I love it so much. I used to just save images to my computer but this is way more organized and fun! I haven’t figured out how to add tags though…

  2. Cool stuff. Love the shark tea and that picture frame/table. I haven’t used pinterest yet and i don’t really feel like i want too. Too many internet addictions already. But sometimes i check what people pinned and there is some really great stuff.

    1. I so understand the internet addictions. I try to pin with purpose. Pinterest is awesome for that because the source (or a trail back to the source) is attached to the pin. That means I have quick access to a tutorial or I can give proper credit when using a pin on my blog.

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