So, I have sixty Pinterest boards. Lots and lots of pretty pictures, lots and lots of really cool ideas, lots of funny, lots of sweet, lots of hell-yeah.
Pinning is addictive. So very addictive.
But I’ve become a couch-pinner. A pinner who pins but does not do. This does not sit well with me – I’ve always been a do-er, not a…*squinches nose*. What’s the opposite of a do-er? A not-do-er? A don’t-do-er? A ne’er-do-er?
Anyway, point is, somewhere between school, babies, books, and laundry, I’ve stopped doing anything that doesn’t fall into those categories. Small kine self preservation, but still, not healthy.
So on Sunday I sent the kids out for sticks, with the intention of making something with them that was a cross between this:
Wanna guess what I ended up making?
That’s right. Sticks on a Pizza Hut box. Next to a pumpkin.
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lol…you should teach a craft class with that attention to detail. I’m inspired to make my own fall arrangement. (note to self: order pizza for supper).
*snort* Just make sure you credit me with the original design!
Saw something similar at the MET when I was there. Are you sure you didn’t copy it?
Tim, they copied ME! It’s a conspiracy to undermine my greatness!
Great artists are always followed and copied.
So…that feeling of always being followed…it’s not just paranoia??
That’s it. No more coffee for you today, Myn.
Work it, work it! 😉 Um, you got the season right!!
You know you’re jealous of my crafty prowess. I am a DIY force to be reckoned with.
I love it! I sure hope you’ve pinned that, because others will want to follow your example 😀 *snort*
Oh, it’s getting Pinned. I’m pinning the sh*t out of this.
You write and I’ll copy other people’s ideas on Pinterest and share them with you! At least your talent is 100% your own! I have to copy others ideas 🙂 By the way – I have been trying out recipes this month that I have pinned and one in particular was a HUGE hit (even with dad!). It’s called Sunday After Church Chicken. You take chicken breasts and cut into strips (pretty thick), wrap in bacon and place in a clear baking dish. In a bowl mix cream of chicken soup and sour cream together and pour over the top. Bake for 4 hours on 225 covered. Remove foil and bake at 350 for another 20 minutes. YUMMO!!! And super simple!
Oh, wow, that sounds delish! Will definitely have to try it. 🙂
That’s how most (okay all) of my craft projects end up. LOL!
So glad I’m not alone! 🙂
I’m loving the design, Myndi. Where did you hang it … besides Pinterest, that is?
And I’m stealing Missy’s recipe. Thank you, Missy!!!
*giggle, snort* The Hubster moved the ‘art’ to the garage. Can’t wait to try Missy’s recipe, too.
Here’s something to pin up when you’re ready. Guess who has been nominated for a “The Inspiring Blogger Award?”
Well, it’s not me @ http://emaginette.wordpress.com. Cuz, I have one. Now you do too. 🙂
Oh my goodness!!! *shakes tail-feathers a little*
Gotta let you know – I am :so there: on this. I have a bucket of acorns right now awaiting…. Well, being taken out of the bucket and ending up in my trash can! I am reblogging this now!
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A dash of Pinterest with a heaping tablespoon of reality….