A Photo Collection of Pinterest Fails

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    You know that feeling you get when you’ve successfully completed a Pinterest project? Yeah, me neither. I once learned how to do the sock bun, but it didn’t look nearly as good as the original pin. This site makes you believe you can be a badass baker or a professional photographer, and then crushes your dreams when you fail. It’s depressing, but entertaining for so many others.

    1. S’mores Cookies

    S'mores Cookies

    I’d probably still eat this. No need to waste a perfectly good amount of chocolate.

    2. String Art Balloons

    String Art Balloons

    A for effort.

    3. Family Portrait

    Family Portrait

    This one’s going on the wall.

    4. Cookie Monsters

    Cookie Monsters

    Sigh.

    5. Pepper Eggs

    Pepper Eggs

    Is it weird that I still want to try this? Despite the guaranteed disaster?

    Via: 9gag.com

    6. Marbled Nails

    Marbled Nails

    Not even going to attempt this one.

    7. Chickadees

    Chickadees

    Nope.

    8. Tree Painting

    Tree Painting

    I honestly feel I could do this one. Maybe.

    9. Crayon Art

    Crayon Art

    Lol.

    10. Kit Kat Cake

    Kit Kat Cake

    Close enough?

    11. Waffle Bites

    Waffle Bites

    This just looks messy. I’ll pass.

    12. Cookie Holders

    Cookie Holders

    Nice try.

    13. Minion Cake

    Minion Cake

    Legit laughed out loud at this one.

    14. Pumpkin Baby

    Pumpkin Baby

    I know, I’d cry too.

    15. Christmas Card

    Christmas Card

    Of all the ones listed, this picture is probably the most successful.

    16. Door Wreath

    Door Wreath

    Sad wreath doesn’t like the holidays.

    17. Hair Whip

    Hair Whip

    Can’t even deal.

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