A "Scrapbook on the Web"

If you read the New York Times you may have already seen today’s article about the rise of Pinterest, calling the site a “scrapbook on the web,” filled with the most lovely things.

Oh, boy, it is sure is.

I joined Pinterest just a week ago and I am hooked. Now, I’m not recommending that you all spend even more time online, but if you’re going to anyway, this is an awfully nice way to do so. Pinterest is chock full of ideas to share about beautiful things–including decor, kids’ clothing, gifts, and the like–in other words, all my favorite things.

I’m having fun sharing some items from this blog at Pinterest, and vice versa. Yesterday I “pinned” this awesome “ACDC” onesie by Rowdy Sprout (which I had spotted at Lil Swanky for $39) on my Kids’ Threads board, and within moments it was “repinned” and “liked” dozens of times, plus I gained lots of new followers. So fun!

If you want to join the crowd (or are you still resisting?) and need an invite, just e-mail me with “Pinterest invite” in the subject line.

p.s. Speaking of Little Swanky, check out all of their newest arrivals…I just love everything at this site. Also, you can get an additional 20% off all of their sale items right now with code “SWANKY”.

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