HELLO. I’M A PIN-A-HOLIC (pin it forward uk)

My name is Jacqui, and I’m a Pin-a-holic. There, I said it. 
Pinterest is like falling down the rabbit hole into Wonderland: suddenly you’re in a magical world of crafts, and cakes, and colours, and minutes turn to hours.  
Whatever you’re looking for, Pinterest has it: kids’ party ideas… mouth-watering recipes… craft activities… an easy up-do for that fancy wedding… it’s an Aladdin’s Cave of inspiration, and aspiration.

It’s also like having an interior designer at your fingertips. I owe most of my home to Pinterest: from the wall colours, to our garden design, to the eye-catching photo wall idea I ‘borrowed’ from another Pinner. It’s helped solve my decorating dilemmas, and kick-started my creativity when it dried up midway through a long, tedious home renovation. 

As a Mum of two, it’s been an unending source of delightful craft and baking ideas, and a fab way for me to share all the fun events and activities my children and I get up to on Mummy’s Little Monkey. Sign up for Pinterest HERE, and check out my boards HERE, to see for yourself! 
Join up now, and get yourself some ‘Pinspiration’ (see what I did there?). Happy Pinning everyone! 

PS: here’s another lovely Pinner I reckon you’d love following. Her name is Merry, and she blogs at PATCH OF PUDDLES, and you can find her Pinterest page HERE. Tell her I said, Hi! 



Pin It Forward UK 2013


2 Comments

  1. Lauren Michaels - May 30, 2013

    Thanks for participating in Pin It Forward, Jacqui! It’s great to hear that you have found amazing inspirations on Pinterest for decorating your home! I think it’s Aladdin’s Cave of inspiration too! I have to try making those delicious, rainbow cupcakes. Lauren, Community Coordinator

  2. Babes about Town - May 30, 2013

    I do need to properly get my Pinning game on. I think partly I’m scared of that rabbit hole quality you mention, have so much on and can only imagine the time I’d lose… but then again, it’s so useful and the few times I’ve spent on there I can really see why it’s such a fast-growing network. Thanks for the Pinspiration ;-)

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