Pinterest was explained to me in a way I’ve understood, and now I have a presence there.

Pinterest is something I have been aware of for some time now, but have held off on joining. It’s something that several people have expressed confusion over; because apparently, my work would fit in well there….?

Externally, I’ve seen it as a pastel-coloured cupcake land where inspirational quotes abound and unicorns float on heart-shaped clouds hugging kittens and sneezing glitter at each other.

Anyway, while searching for a completely different thing, I came across this video from the Modern Primate channel on Youtube. It’s actually explained to me, and quite clearly;

Why I should be on it

Why being on it could benefit myself artistically and promotionally

Why I shouldn’t be turned off by it

So, here’s the information that swayed me; it doesn’t hurt also that this guy reminds me of (literally) the best housemate my partner and I ever had. We lived with various other people for the first two years of our relationship, and mostly, they were misses. Seriously, this guy was amazing. Word out to Del. ❤

So, now I’ve got a Pinterest account, KellyMarieArt, and you can find me here: I have also added a ‘Pin’ button near the comments section. Still finding my way around, and so far, I’ve been enjoying it. Got some new ideas for different crochet projects!

About kellymarietheartist

Visual artist originally from Australia, travelling the world creating crocheted wearable art and functional textile pieces. Sustainable art and slow fashion made from recycled fabrics, wools and metal. Colourful. Psychedelic. Unique.
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