If you've never heard of Pinterest.com, you are totally missing out. This online pin board is great for organizing recipe ideas, sewing project ideas, word art, and really any web page that has a picture. Sometimes I mindlessly pin picture after picture on Pinterest and don't actually make much of anything. Sometimes I try to duplicate things I find on Pinterest and they totally don't work or turn out drastically different than described. And then I feel stupid. But am I really the only one? For those of you who sometimes feel overwhelmed with the perfectly crafted cookie in the shape of an bowl or beautiful artwork made from crayons, there is Pinstrosity.
I am sharing this with you because last few weeks were horrible. I was dealing with all sorts of stresses. I was not eating or sleeping well. I was worrying about literally everything. One night I found myself on Facebook and one of my friends had posted a link to Pinstrosity. I didn't know what that was, so I clicked on it. Pinstrosity's aim is to test those beautiful projects to see if they, in fact, can be duplicated.
They also shared this image below:
I perused post after post of failed Pinterest attempts on this quirky and humorous blog and got more than a laugh or two. And I hope you will, too. Because sometimes, all that we need is a laugh or two.