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Explore Hale Farm Village and take an active part in history! Unique, immersive experiences bring campers into the cabins, kitchens, barns and farmyards, learning, working and playing alongside new friends. Who was behind the brush for each decorated wall and floor? Learn how design elements come together for stenciled decorations in our historic village homes, and how we know today what a home looked like years ago. Use what you learn to paint and stencil your own floor cloth! Each single-day experience (10am to 4 pm) includes a snack and materials; please provide a sack lunch. Ages 7-12; registration required $50 members/$60 non-members (per camp) To register, call 330-666-3711 ext. 1720 or email halereservations@wrhs.org for more information.

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This is a great tutorial… I was unaware of a few of the things here. I do try not just to re-pin, rather I go to the site and look around and then pin from there. I will have to remember rule #4…

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When I first started pinning the stuff from my blog, I accidentally pinned the website instead of the specific article. Figured that out and corrected my mistake.

However, whenever I check out a pin first, I lose my place in the section I’m pinning from. So I usually don’t check them until later. I have definitely had a lot of pin disappointments.

melissa says

Patty- I hear you on losing your place– but there’s a quick fix! Just hold down Control when you click the pin and it will open a new tab on your browser (pretty sure it’s control on a PC. I have a Mac so it’s Command on my Mac). That way, you won’t lose your place.

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On a PC, I right click and select “open in new tab”. It works great!

Ericka Agapy-love says

Thanks for this tip! I’m so going nuts over this one things constantly. I started following lots of blogger’s as well, due to the messy problems I’m dealing with in re-pinning. I want to blog, just need to get what I call “my edumacation.” I’m searching for free helps to get started. Just not sure what is fully out there online yet.

Kemala says

Good tip! I didn’t know any of this about Pinterest – just new to it but re-pinning madly. Recently discovered how to delete accidental pins and pins that turned out to be duds. I find it a bit confusing, actually, but will find a tutorial and get the basics down soon, because I’d like to take the course you’re offering in September.

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Thank you so much Melissa! I just started on Pinterest yesterday so I am thrilled that I only had a few things to check! xoxo

Artchoo! says

I was shocked when all that spam nonsense started showing up all over Pinterest. I think a lot of us held up Pinterest as this beautiful, untouchable Oasis. And then the spammers struck. Oh well. This is a really great list.

I know it right? I’m shocked how much spam is out there. Especially when you try to do a search!

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Great tips! I always try to visit the permalink before I repin!!

Sonia Barton says

I reprint way to much without checking the links because of lack of time, good idea to like them until I have time. I also need to start using Evernote I loaded it almost a year ago and still haven’t used it. Love getting you emails.

Thanks so much Sonia! Yep, it does take a bit of time but Liking them first really speeds up the process. Also, open the pin in a new tab/window on your browser so you don’t have to do so much back and forth in one browser window!

Yes, the opening in the new tab/window works great – I was on the IPad and it did that automatically opened in a new window, I was able to check the pins and then pin. I have to remember to right click on my windows computer.

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