Pinterest Memes for Pinterest Addicts. That’s right folks – those of us with the pinning problem, we at least know how to laugh at our addition. So WHAT if we pin 500 things to cook and then order take out? We KNOW we just spent $250 on craft supplies to make that thing we could of bought for $25 at Hobby Lobby. WHO CARES if we spend hours on end stalking the boards of our favorite winners to find our next weekend project.
25+ Hilarious Pinterest Memes for Pinterest Addicts
Did you see any truth in the Pinterest memes? Perhaps the…. One Does Not Check Pinterest Quickly or Pinterest is just electronic hoarding? MUST PIN ALL THE THINGS! The first to pin a picture? Now it’s all over Pinterest. These SLAY ME!
We are makers, creators, imitators and we love Pinterest. THERE IS NO SHAME IN OUR GAME. So in the spirit of LOLs – we have rounded up the best Pinterest memes for all of us you Pinterest addicts.
If you are addicted to some pinning action or just like to poke fun of us who can sit in front of Pinterest for hours on end (and possibly not ever actually create anything we pin) – these Pinterest memes are for you. Get ready to LOL!
What about the Ryan Gosling memes? Can those ever get old? Nope.
Sigh…. Internet I love you, and all of your silly stupidness. If you LOVE these Pinterest memes as much as I do, just hover over and PIN them or share the link with your Pinterest pals. They are sure to get a chuckle too.
Which Pinterest Meme Speaks the Most Truth To You?
Pinterest you have changed my life – for the good.
Seriously. I cook more. I try different hair styles. I craft with my kids. I re-do my floors. I experiment. Because of you I’m a new person. Who would of thunk a silly little website could impact your life so much? Yes, I have a problem – see #101.
Doll up your kids’ lunches by printing on lunch bags! I’ve had these brown lunch sacks sitting next to my computer for a week waiting to be printed on. The kiddos go back to school tomorrow, so what better time to try this out then while making lunches. Let’s look at how to print on lunch bags – I’ve included 2 templates
How to Print on a Lunch Bag
Here are lunch bag templates in .docx (word) so you can easily edit placing your child’s name in. If you want to edit graphic, I suggest using PicMonkey. But I find it easiest to use the below lunch bag templates in Microsoft Word – or you can use in Google Docs as well. Just import your graphic to where the Hello Kitty or Jedi graphic is.
Overall, I love how these printed brown lunch bags came out!
Tips for Printed Brown Bags
After a lot of trial and error I learned a few things, here are a some tips if you decide to do this.
Use an Ink Jet Printer
I started with my color laser printer which is on my desk and thought oh these will look fabulous. Blech. It worked, but the laser just doesn’t print well on paper bags. I ended up running into the next room with the kid’s ink jet printer and printing these.
The printed lunch bags using an ink jet printer turned out much better, and if I wasn’t running back and forth they would of been centered better *sorry OCD here*.
Also just a common printer user note: know which side to insert the bags before printing. Knowing those little details like this sure helps when in a printing project as such.
Print Several at a Time
Knock out a few week’s worth by printing up several lunch bags at a time. Look at you being efficient (more like look at ME being efficient!).
Your Kids Will Love These!
The kids went goo goo over these. Who knew printing on lunch bags would make them so happy. Hope your kids enjoy them as well.
Lunch Notes for Kids
Another tip for making cute lunches for the kids: I love to pack lunch notes in their brown bag lunches, but time isn’t always on my side. I pre-print several sheets of happy notes. Cut them up and keep them handy for putting into lunches. My boy so loves when I write him notes, he has a special ziploc bag full of ones he has collected through out the year.
How accurate this image of inside a toddler’s brain is. Currently our house consists of 1 toddler, who isn’t even 2. While I typically don’t say “TODDLER” until 2 – my kid Izaiah is Texas-sized. Seriously, he’s the size of a 4-year old.
His days are spent eating and playing and like most toddlers is busy ignoring anything we say to him unless the words FOOD, CANDY or GO BYE BYE are involved. Then he’s game. He’s a champ at sticking things in weird places (he has an obsession with putting things in his ears) and can out scream and whine any girl I know.
So today, when I needed a photo of all the kids for a Pinterest project (oh so excited – post to come!) – my husband held up M & M’s and yelled CANDY if you SAY CHEESE and in typical toddler fashion, he said CHEESE and did his toddler thing resulting in this final photo:
Feet up in the air screaming at the top of his lungs. Hey, i’m not going to complain, this photo describes each of my kids and their personalities to a tee. Now to finish that Pinterest project *squeal!*