Hello. My name is Jenny and I am a pin-addict.
This will come as no surprise to my regular blog readers as my love for Pinterest has become more and more apparent over the last twelve months.
For those of you who are not familiar with Pinterest it is a wonderful website where you can create your very own, online, pin-boards.
Have you ever been browsing the internet and come across a really useful recipe, or a great idea for Mum’s next birthday present, or even seen the dress of your dreams but KNOW that you will just not remember where you saw it?
Then this is the site for you. With a simple click of the mouse you can pin an image of your find to one of your very own board, which you can then return to at your leisure. When you click back on that image on your board it will lead you straight back to the website where you found it.
I started using Pinterest about a year ago and I cannot begin to tell you how much I love it.
Since using it I have taught myself to sew and even made my first ever quilt! I have come across countless wonderful recipes and have gleaned lots of blogging technical know-how from pins that I have found.
I have created boards dedicated to sewing, crafts, holidays, food, fitness and more. Without doubt though my absolute favourite is my Learn to Play and Play to Learn board. This is a board dedicated to play-based learning ideas for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Here you will find great ideas from myself and other pinners showing fun ways to teach your toddler about shapes, colours, numbers. letters and more. I really do love it.
If you are an existing Pinterest user then please do follow me. You can find all of my Pinterest boards here.
If this has inspired you to give it a try yourself then simply click on the simple registration link here and get pinning. I warn you though, it is addictive!
This post is part of the PinItForwardUK campaign, featuring selected bloggers from across the UK sharing with you their particular passions for pinning. Tomorrow sees the turn of Andrew and Carol from Life on Pig Row. They will share with you tales from their life on the Yorkshire Moors and specialise in pins about going green and growing your own food whilst raising a young family. Do pop over and say hi. They will be delighted to see you.