Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Be My Valentine

One of my Pinterest boards
Alas, no big plans for me tonight--I'll be in class. At least the instructor promises to bring chocolate. The graphic above is a screenshot of a board I have on Pinterest. What I like most about Pinterest is that it allows me to be a collector without spending any money. Once I found the photo of two kittens, bottom right corner, I just started collecting images of hearts where you might not expect them.

(Does anyone know how to post a Pinterest board itself, so that it would have live links to all the images? I can't figure out how to do that.)

Bonus tute! A simple beaded heart. I like that it's 3-D and not flat.

Beaded heart by Laura
at 3Dbeading.com

May you have sweetness in your life today. Or bacon.


  1. Beautiful photos-beautiful beaded Hearts:-)
    Warm Greets-Halinka-

  2. When I installed pinterest, it put an icon on my regular browser toolbar. The icon says "Pin it." When ever I see something I want to pin, I click on that icon and it adds it along with the link to the source. Does that make sense? It's the way I do that. Love your hearts!

  3. Hi Sally. Yes, I have the pin icon on my toolbar already, and that's how I pin things. I guess my question wasn't clear--I was asking how to share an entire Pinterest pinboard on an external site, like this blog. You know how when you pin something it asks you if you want to share your pin via Facebook or Twitter? I want to share the whole board, not an individual pin, and I want to share it on a blog, like an Etsy Treasury. I'm sure there's a way to do it; I just don't have the computer wonk skills.


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