You Can Now Follow Heavenly Homemakers on Pinterest!

Follow Me on PinterestI’m always one of the last people to get on board with something new and fun. There are so many neat things “out there” that one can participate in, therefore I typically make a very slow decision to join in – simply because I have to know for sure that it is going to be worth my time.

Many of you have shared how much you love Pinterest. You’re right – what a cool opportunity to find wonderful homemaking, cooking, and decorating ideas!

In case you’re new to Pinterest, this may help you understand what it is a little bit better:

“Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people. Browsing pinboards is a fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.”

Because of the urging of many, I finally asked my friend Emily, who happens to be a Pinterest expert, to help me get my site up and running with Pinterest. She’s been working hard to pin many of my archived recipes and tutorials (plus many other posts!), getting them all organized into categories to make it easy for you to follow me there and find what you are looking for. A  huge thanks goes out to Emily for all of her hard work on this.

And so, I am now officially inviting you all to follow Heavenly Homemakers on Pinterest. Feel free to re-pin any posts you see that interest you!

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  1. says

    ’bout time, girl! That’s OK, I’ve been pinning your stuff on Pinterest for awhile now, anyway. Glad to see you there!


  2. says

    I was wondering where you were finding the time to put all of that up. Your recipes are all over my Pinterest screen. It’s nice, because it I am seeing some I missed.


  3. says

    Aww, thanks! I’m not sure I’d call myself an expert but I’m certainly an addict! :) I’ve personally found Pinterest to be a valuable tool and a great source of inspiration so I’m glad you finally decided to take the plunge.


  4. Rejoicedover says

    I tried the blue link “Follow Heavenly Homemakers on Pinterest” but got an error screen. When I returned to the post, I saw the red Follow Me on Pinterest button I missed seeing the first time. That took me to the correct page.
    I’ve been avoiding Pinterest too for fear of becoming addicted to looking at everybody’s ideas! I gave in a couple of weeks ago…I’m following you now and looking forward to it!!


    Laura Reply:

    Thank you for letting me know – I fixed the blue link. :)


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