Hello Scrap Shoppe readers! I’m Erin, and most days you can find me over at My Very Educated Mother where I share crafts, recipes, kidsí projects, and other miscellany, but if Iím not there I’m pinning! I mean, can you imagine a time before Pinterest? Yeah, me neither. Today I take great joy in introducing you to one of our fellow pinners and an all around great gal, Cyn Gagen of Creative Cynchronicity. With 245 boards that hold over 12,000 pins Cyn is a serious pinner, see for yourself!
It’s practically summer time and with those long hot days come the two words every Mom hates to hear, “I’m bored.” Cyn’s Summer Fun board is filled with ideas and activities to keep your little ones busy!
Tis the season to get your hands dirty and in my house we really mean that! I love all the great pins Cyn has on her Gardening board. I don’t know how many of you are bloggers but if you are you know sometimes itís hard to keep up with all the great tips and tricks out there and Cyn’s Blogging and Social Media board is a treasure trove of information! Okay, now for the really fun part, check out these pins and youíll see why her blog is called Creative Cynchronicity.
Shut UP! Right? Aren’t the wings Cyn pinned from Ruffled just awesome? Cyn has an entire board dedicated to bacon but it was these bacon wrapped asparagus breadsticks pinned from Noble Pig that really grabbed my eye. Did I mention Cyn’s daughter is getting married? She’s got loads of great wedding ideas including these streamer rosettes pinned at The Idea Room. These Jambalaya boxes Cyn pinned from Aunt Peaches would make a great craft/trinket for my little girlís next birthday party!
To wrap things up I thought Iíd share one last pin Cyn found via Craftster that speaks to the Molly Ringwald lovin’ geek in me. It’s a pixel people cross stitch pattern from the Etsy Shop weelittlestitches. Thanks Michele, Malia and Bev for letting me play host today and giving me the chance to showcase Cynís handy pinning work!