A few weeks ago I posted some pictures of real fall, meant to show you what's going on behind the scenes as your favorite bloggers frolic through apple orchards and make out with their pumpkin spice lattes.
Today, along those lines, I want to show you Pinterest in real life.
Ever since some genius crafter discovered that - gasp - dry erase markers work on glass, Pinterest has been full of pinners posting their dry erase frame creations.
I decided to jump on the bandwagon, putting a frame in our bathroom (on those shelves that I fought so hard for).
Brushing our teeth is usually the last thing each of us does in the morning before work, so it would be perfect for the love notes we were dying to leave each other as we parted ways.
Or helpful reminders-
Not that I would ever have the foresight to package up leftovers for Y's lunch. But that's the thing about Pinterest - it's supposed to make you perfect.
But, readers, my husband is not John Petersik*. So instead of love notes, this is what I got:
*John Petersik: co-blogger of Young House Love who seems to be open to any and all DIY projects and doesn't incorporate voyeuristic whales into home decor.
Edited to add: I actually met John and Sherry, the couple behind Young House Love last night at West Elm for their book signing.
I'll share more later -- they are as friendly and real as their blog suggests -- but I thought this little story was relevant. You see, this exact project (sort of) happens to be in the YHL book. I showed John and Sherry Y's whale, which they, of course, loved (how could you not?! Look at that face!).
And then, because I was at the back of the line and I think everyone in the store was a little delirious, John wrote this in my book:
My copy of this book is going to be worth millions one day.