Pinning Down Indie

Have you discovered Pinterest yet? Its a sort of virtual pin board — a place to collect photos you love and even “follow” other collections you might find interesting (should I say pinteresting? No, better not). People use Pinterest to collect and share all sorts of things — wedding inspiration, favorite T-shirts, DJ equipment. You name it, people are pinning it.

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.

We start with…

Rachel Shillington who pinned »  Hand-Lettered Letter Press Invite by PaperCrave « from a board by…

Taylor Todd who pinned » September Industry « from  a board by…

Joy Cho who pinned » & « from pinboard by…

Bonnie Tsang who pinned  » Mini Mustache Baby Sweater « from a board by…

Leah Dent who pinned  » Ruffle top tutorial « from as board by…

Lo Mi Recordo who pinned » Nissan Figaros « from a board by…

…stop by next month 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’m so glad to find another addict! I’ve been on Pinterest since the beginning as well. I love how diverse it is and that it saves the link info for you! I do like your boards and am now a follower. Feel free to poke around my pins as well: http://pinterest.com/janicebear/

      I hope to find myself using one of your pins someday!

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