Thursday, December 15, 2011

inspiration thursday (a pinterest christmas)



4 comments:

Debbie said...

These are great. Kellie, I'm curious about posting Pinterest - do you use 'embed' & then delete the source line? What are the guidelines for giving credit? I enjoy your pinterest posts & have done a couple myself, but I'm wondering about it....thanks.

Carrie said...

I love the book tree I wanted to make one for work :)

...on the brink of something beautiful said...

Debbie- For posting pinterest photos, I personally just save the image in a file (labled pinterest photos) and then add them onto blogger the way I would any photo. Typically if there is a source on pinterest from where the original photo came from, I post that with the photo on my blog as the source. But otherwise, I just make sure to put a link to my pinterest site (where I have the photo) and yall can see where it is from there. I don't know what the protocal is....so hopefully thats okay and not offending anyone.

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