The first step in re-creating Pinterest treats is failure.
Looks like things are about to get Pinteresting.
We dreamed big this year. Maybe a little ~too~ big.
What? I wanted it to look like that.
Nothing can ever be easy during the holidays.
Step away from the glue gun.
Creepy doesn’t come easy.
These really don’t take the cake.
(Cute) reality vs. expectation.
There are #Pinterestfails and then there are #Pinterestfails.
Red, white and yep, you blew it.
How about we ditch the DIY Mason jar citronella candles and just drink some boxed wine instead?
Here comes the AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
This was the year that we all truly nailed it.
Shoot for the moon — even if you miss, you’ll still have a huge mess and sense of devastating self-doubt.
For when holiday crafting goes right off the rails.
Best not to piss off anyone wielding a hot glue gun.
It’s all fun and games until someone drowns in chalkboard paint.
The stats say that Pinterest viewers are 80% female, 19% male, and 1% “pets or other.” But just a fair warning: you should NEVER let a creature without opposable thumbs handle mason jars.
Most of us have been on Pinterest and admired the beautiful crafts and ideas that can be found on there. Unfortunately, some brave souls attempt to recreate the things they see on Pinterest boards … and fail miserably. Fortunately, they’re willing to share their monstrosities with us.
Behind every masterpiece of modern motherhood lies a chaotic destruction that is surprisingly hardly ever pictured. Until now.
A picture is worth a thousand fails.
Who said DIY has to make sense?