Poor Bridgit, who overestimated the size of her headGÇöher homemade frilly lace shower cap came straight down to her chin. And who can blame Lindsey for thinking GÇ£glitter shoesGÇ¥ sounded like a cool, easy project instead of what it turned out to be: a puddle of sparkling glop. And really, whoever posted that incredible Spaghetti-Stuffed Garlic Bread on Pinterest should be sued. When Mindy pulled hers from the oven, it looked like a GÇ£hot mess of intestines streaming out of doughy flesh.GÇ¥ Mmmm, thank you, Pinterest!
Written by Heather Mann, publisher of CraftFail.com, her hilarious blog with millions of page views and hundreds of thousands of followers, CraftFail celebrates the creative process, but from the other side. This is the stuff that gets the GÇ£A for EffortGÇ¥ and LOL for outcome. But once the laughter dies down, it also inspires a warm feel-good respect for crafters who arenGÇÖt afraid to fail. After all, even if thereGÇÖs not a mortal alive except Martha who can make a Waxed Heart worthy of hanging in your window to catch the sun, why shouldnGÇÖt many try? When it goes wrong, why shouldnGÇÖt the rest of us enjoy this Epic Fail? And then look at all the full-color photos that document it.
Home decor fails, fashion fails, holiday fails, food fails, kid crafting failsGÇö as one anonymous crafter said: GÇ£It wasnGÇÖt supposed to end this way.GÇ¥ Luckily for us, it did.