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How to Achieve Pinterest Perfection (When You’re NOT Crafty)

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Just because you aren’t crafty doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Pinterest perfection in your home!

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Ahhh, Pinterest…where moms go to feel bad about themselves!

Sure it’s fun to pretend for a little while like you’re going to really do those crafts with your kids. Or throw that DIY Paw Patrol party. Or make that awesome wreath you saw for the front door.

Then reality sets in.

You barely have time to shower and read a chapter in a book. When the hell are you going to find the time to gather pinecones, moss, and berries for a centerpiece?

Spoiler alert: YOU’RE NOT.

Even if you did have the time, chances are you aren’t really as crafty as whatever Pinterest idea you’re trying to make necessitates. I know we may think we are crafty and we may think the project looks easy, but if that were the case there wouldn’t be an entire website dedicated to Pinterest fails. #nailedit

So what is the busy, un-crafty mom to do when she wants to wow her friends and family with some DIY holiday decor? 

SHE FINDS SOMEONE ELSE TO DO IT FOR HER!

Enter Cline Crafting Co…”Custom copycat crafts made to order so you don’t have to make anything at all!”

Because let’s face it ladies. We have enough Mom Guilt. We don’t need to add on Crafter/Interior Designer/Homemade Gifting Guilt on top of that.

Just take a look at these gorgeous items…each was something Cline Crafting Co. made from scratch after a client sent a picture of it from Pinterest.

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Look at this gorgeous teal blue crate. It’s perfect to store books, board games, or stuffed animals!

 




 

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Wouldn’t this wreath be a cute present for a kindergarten teacher’s classroom?

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Contact Jen from Cline Crafting Co. via the Facebook page and you will be on your way to owning a custom copycat piece that will make your neighbors jealous…with virtually no effort on your part!

Happy (Non-) Crafting!

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