- Piece of blank paper larger than the cardstock you want to center stamp on.
- Writing utensil, preferably a pencil in case you make a mistake and need to erase.
- A ruler
- The cardstock size you want to be able to center stamp on.
- You don’t need 8 million boards, it’s more manageable to have less and add to one category/board that makes sense.
- If you pin a photo or artwork try to add the name of the artist and link in your description so they get full credit, don’t worry if you re-pin it will let the pinner know you re-pinned and others know where you re-pinned from.
- If you re-pin one pinners pins a lot, give them some love by leaving a comment, it’s nice to know people appreciate your great taste.
- If there’s a diy you like and you click and it takes you to the blog instead of directly to the blog post, maybe you can help a pinner out and pin to the exact post that way people lazy like me won’t give up and leave, your fellow pinner can find the diy right away.
- When you find someone’s pins you can’t get enough of why not follow them? I love feeling like I discovered a great new ‘curator’ like my pal Michelle P. she’s fairly new to pinning on a regular basis but her pins never disappoint.
I hope this helps and please feel free to ask me questions if you have any confusion about the above. I included a link below that goes into more detail on getting started–